Catumbi and Urca: the Cheapest and Most Expensive Gasoline in Rio

The data show that Rio de Janeiro state recorded the highest average per liter price at pumps in the country's Southeast region, R$4.95 - around US$3.37 per gallon.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Data collected by ValeCard, a company specialized in fleet management solutions, show that the cheapest gasoline in the city can be found in the poor Catumbi neighborhood, at R$4.61 per liter. The upscale Urca neighborhood offers the most expensive fuel, at R$5.25.

According to ValeCard, in addition to Urca, two other neighborhoods in the south zone of the capital present high prices. In Flamengo, a liter of gasoline costs R$5.21 and is R$5.17 in Lagoa.

In the city's west zone, in the neighborhood of Tanque, the price . . .

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