Grange Co-Op - CENEX
145 Ne Gilman Blvd, Issaquah WA
425-392-6469
Ethanol-free octane ratings: 87 89 92
GPS coordinates: N 47.53625 W 122.03381 (entered by jim g)
Updated by isoprene, August 23, 2017 20:17 CDT
I was there yesterday. Still ethanol-free.$3.719. I'm Canadian and was happy that I didn't have to enter a Zip Code at the pump. The "cheat" of three digits plus "00" never works for me at other stations.
Updated by Pcole, November 27, 2016 23:10 CST
Gasoline pumps are open 24/7 for credit card transactions
Updated by matt l,, July 13, 2016 22:18 CDT
Been fueling up here the last few weeks after having not for a year or so. Noticed pumps now say "TOP TIER FUEL " on pumps. Offer 87-92. As usual picked up a mpg or two. Just though thought I'd update
Updated by TJ 755, November 06, 2015 11:56 CST
Still E-Free 11/06/15
Updated by Zain S, December 14, 2014 0:29 CST
Ethanol-free in all grades. Accessible all hours with debit/credit. Conveniently located across from I-90 Motorsports. Plus, it's a co-op!
Updated by Roger, April 12, 2014 18:17 CDT
Still Ethanol-Free as of 4/12/2014....See http://grangesupply.com/fuel.html
Updated by litesong, July 20, 2013 14:22 CDT
Dr. Dave..... Talked to U.S. Oil in Tacoma, specifiically Janat Millie. Not only do they supply Issaquah, but also Conan Fuel Service in Gig Harbor. Have 6 gallons of their 100% gasoline in my 2013 Elantra tank right now. Price was $4.40 per gallon. Elantra's trip computer (fairly accurate) is indicating 41mpg, about what I expect with all 100% gasoline. But hopefully I can try either the Issaquah gas or the Conan(Gig Harbor) gas more & determine whether it produces even more mpg than other excellent 100% gasoline.
Updated by Bob, June 20, 2013 14:03 CDT
Bought gas today NO ETHANOL!
Updated by Dr. Dave, April 11, 2013 13:29 CDT
I just spoke to a very nice lady at the Grange supply. The reason their reader board does not say non-ethanol fuel is simple. It is "chick season." They are advertising baby chickens instead of non-ethanol fuel. They are still supplying non-ethanol fuel. I was assured that they would continue to advertise non-ethanol fuel.
Updated by Dr. Dave, April 11, 2013 13:17 CDT
My research shows that the Grange gets fuel from US Oil in Tacoma. This is a very small refinery that supplies non-ethanol fuel. They told me that their fuel mfg. process does not include a "cat cracker" in the refining process. This make for a more energy dense fuel. (I wouldn't know a cat cracker f I saw one.) I get my best fuel mileage with fuel from this station.
Updated by bill L, April 08, 2013 15:42 CDT
I've been told the last refinery on W Coast making ethanol free gas is about to quit doing that, although I don't know where the Grainge gets their gas. As of 4/7/13 the front board no longer said ethanol free, but the 92 still tested pure.
Updated by antidentite, February 10, 2013 23:07 CST
confirmed today that they offer non-ethanol 92 octane gas.
Updated by Mathew MC, January 24, 2013 21:41 CST
DONT LISTEN to this STEVE W. guy.....Best gas in the area, and they do offer 92
Updated by Paul T., January 17, 2013 13:52 CST
Reader board and pumps still say gasoline is ethanol-free. Spoke with store staff who confirmed that this was still the case and that it would be in the future.
Updated by Steve W, January 12, 2013 12:25 CST
NO pure gas at this location
Updated by Rob, January 04, 2013 9:46 CST
Premium runs about 5-18 cents higher per gallon depending on your comparison, but worth it if you're really looking for non-Eth. Easy access from I-90; nice little mercantile store as well!
Updated by al, November 24, 2012 6:25 CST
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Updated by Dennis C, November 13, 2012 14:34 CST
Just completed an experiment to see what does better - these guys or Safeway. 98 Plymouth Grand Voyager w/ V6 3.3 with about 225K on the odo. Good news: slightly better MPG by about 1.5 mpg for city driving, getting about 3 MPG better than E10 at Safeway. Annoying news: per-mile cost is about the same.
Updated by alex, August 22, 2012 7:52 CDT
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Updated by Erik, July 18, 2012 15:20 CDT
Just filled-up at noon and the price was 3.799
Updated by Marv, July 13, 2012 16:31 CDT
Got gas from this station about 3 months ago, and am amazed by the increase over the other non-ethanol gas stations I've used. I normally get around 27-28 for mpg on the highway, and this is with a 2008 Honda Odyssey. Drove east on I-90 all the way to Pullman, WA. doing mainly 65 mph and no more, and refilled again to find that I had gotten 31 mpg for that tank. Where ever the source these people get their gas from, they need to keep buying from that source. They have the best gas ever, and I've used a lot of different non-ethanol stations across Washington, Idaho, and Oregon.
Updated by Ben, July 06, 2012 16:55 CDT
3.799 on 7/4/2012 for Ethanol free gasoline. Been getting 25 miles per tank more with this stuff.
Updated by dt_pub, May 12, 2012 10:33 CDT
Store Hours: Mon - Fri 7-6 || Sat 8-6 || Sun 9-5
Updated by litesong, May 12, 2012 7:29 CDT
87 octane was $4.35 yesterday.
Updated by dt_pub, December 18, 2011 10:54 CST
Grange Store Hours: Mon - Fri 7-6, Sat 8-6, Sun 9-5
Updated by John, October 01, 2011 0:29 CDT
Looks like things are back to normal.
Updated by John, September 20, 2011 0:56 CDT
Be careful of the 87 and 89 octane, at least for this week. Over the weekend, the fuel company truck driver accidentally dumped Diesel into the tank for the 87 octane. A few vehicles have had issues due to this. 92 octane is unaffected.
Updated by Chris, August 18, 2011 20:24 CDT
Reliable source of ethanol-free. Tell the manager thank you when you stop in!
Updated by George, August 14, 2011 13:02 CDT
Filled up with regular. They have signs outside saying that the gas is ethanol free. All grades seem to be ethanol free.
Updated by Shawn, August 08, 2011 14:05 CDT
just filled up with 92 octane and it's Ethanol free.
Updated by John, July 02, 2011 18:30 CDT
They sell ONLY ethanol-free gas as the Grange. All three grades are available. 87 octane was 3.89
Updated by Clint, June 27, 2011 12:08 CDT
Ignore previous statement. I called the wrong station. This station does sell Non-Ethanol Premium. Sorry about that.
Updated by Clint, June 27, 2011 11:24 CDT
Called the station. Does NOT sell non-ethanol Premium.
Updated by Josh, June 04, 2011 15:22 CDT
Bless these people - real gasoline! $3.999 for regular on June 2.
Updated by JJB, May 28, 2011 4:04 CDT
Still good!
Updated by Henry H., May 25, 2011 12:33 CDT
Pure gas pumps accept all major credit cards. Saw police cars, fancy motorcycles and european performance cars filling up. After two fill ups my Ford minivan is running better than it has in several years. Price for regular was $4.099 on May 20th.
Updated by Don, April 22, 2011 16:43 CDT
Easy to get to from I-90. Pleasant to deal with. Confirming E-0 as of 22 Apr 2011
Updated by ted, April 20, 2011 17:37 CDT
stop by here after a greasy burger at the XXX Drive-In across the street. always happy to support those that support the collector car community.
Updated by Dan, March 04, 2011 11:32 CST
Put on 92 premium here yesterday. Gas is labeled as ethanol-free.
Updated by Greg Scott, January 10, 2011 15:47 CST
just filled up this morning. pumps have the notation of 0 ethanol
Updated by jim g, December 10, 2010 12:42 CST
fixed GPS coordinates
Updated by John, October 31, 2010 3:34 CDT
They're back to E0 as of 10/30/10. Just filled up my Volvo there today. Seems to run MUCH better than it has in a couple years.
Updated by Kevin, October 24, 2010 11:26 CDT
There are still no signs on the pumps, I went in and asked, they said that they accidently got a load of gas with ethanol. They have recieved 2-loads of non-ethanol since and are and are down to about 2% ethanol as of 10/20/10.
Updated by jim g, October 08, 2010 16:00 CDT
The signs on the pumps that stated the gas was ethanol-free were removed (but no "...contains up to 10%..." sign) when I purchased gas on 4 Oct 10. it was after hours, so I couldn't ask.
Posted by Jim Pangborn, July 31, 2010 15:36 CDT