Quiktrip #219 - QUIKTRIP
17840 W 119th St, Olathe KS
Ethanol-free octane ratings: 87
GPS coordinates: N 38.91340 W 94.79199 (entered by AskMeLater (Amarillo, TX))
Updated by Scott, January 04, 2018 9:22 CST
Still selling ethanol free 87 octane, you must use the red handles.
Updated by Todd W. White, November 21, 2016 20:26 CST
Called them tonight to verify - they DO have the red handle", 100% gas available.
Updated by KSTahoe, May 12, 2015 20:06 CDT
This station along with a few other newer QT's in the Kansas City Metro definitely has non-ethanol. At all the ones I know of, you have to go to one of the pump islands with the pumps that have a red handle on a separate hose. I checked today and it is 87 octain.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, April 25, 2015 8:37 CDT
This station is listed on the QT website as selling E0 gas. E0 gas is normally found at the red handle pumps. I called and verified they do sell E0 gas. I hope someone will go by and verify the octane as the clerk did not know.
Updated by AskMeLater (Amarillo, TX), December 27, 2014 11:43 CST
Updated GPS.
Updated by Ken, December 20, 2014 10:09 CST
I stopped yesterday, 12/19/14, to get ethanol-free 87 octane. But the pump is labeled "Contains Up To 10% Ethanol." Maybe they used to have E0, but it appears they don't anymore.
Updated by Brad, September 11, 2014 6:24 CDT
Updated correct address.
Updated by n5aor, July 08, 2014 22:19 CDT
On or about July 01, 2014, I filled 20.5 gallons into my 22 gallon tank in my 2002 Explorer with V8 engine. I only have about 80 city miles on the tank which with E10 will get me about 350 miles so I don't have mpg numbers at this time. However, let me say, It seems to run better. It's starts easier, runs smoother, and seems to have a little more torque especially from idle to 3000 rpm. I'm getting ready to do a lot of highway miles in the next few days so I will try to get some highway mpg numbers posted in the next week or so.
Updated by Kris, February 14, 2014 22:23 CST
Trying to fix address
Updated by Jason B., December 02, 2013 11:22 CST
Confirmed on 11/23/2013 that they sell E0 (87 octane) with separate nozzle at all pumps. Price was $3.24 vs. $2.99 for E10 87 octane. From my limited experience visiting the area, this is the cheapest E0 available in metropolitan Kansas City. Typically I've only ever found E0 in premium (especially in Missouri), so finding it in 87 octane at all is a big help. However, if you're buying E0 for better cost-per-mile (and not e.g. to save engine wear), let me add my experience: When I tested my sedan some years ago, I found it was worth paying roughly 12.5% extra for E0 over E10. But on this same trip, I found E10 at Sam's Club in Independence, MO for about $2.78 IIRC, and so the extra charge for E0 in Kansas might not necessarily be worthwhile. (It seems that the Kansas fuel taxes are higher than Missouri.)
Updated by Jay Ryan, September 07, 2013 11:27 CDT
I bought E0 at this station for my lawnmower. They do have it. The station is on the north side of 119th Street.
Updated by jay, July 01, 2013 7:18 CDT
Updated by Mike, June 20, 2013 15:30 CDT
This QT sells its regular ethanol gas, but it also it also sells EO. The EO is at every pump, with a separate nozzle.This is new for QT and I hope all their new stores do it.
Updated by Matt, June 18, 2013 18:59 CDT
Address was wrong but I notice that Google plots it on the wrong place on the map. This location is on the northeast corner of 119th and Ridgeview.
Updated by Dave Svajda, June 14, 2013 14:25 CDT
The address listed is wrong. It's a brand new QuikTrip about 5 blocks from my house. On the north side of 119'th St across from the Hy-vee. I was shocked. It does sell ethanol free gasoline. 3.669/gallon yesterday (June 13)
Updated by jayhawker, June 10, 2013 12:09 CDT
gps worked by changing addr to W 119th St
Updated by jawhawker, June 10, 2013 12:08 CDT
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, June 06, 2013 17:39 CDT
I hope someone will go by and verify this station. I can not find record of it and the address does not line up for GPS coordinates. Also Quik Trip does not normally sell E0 gas that I have ever seen.
Posted by Curtis, June 06, 2013 17:18 CDT