Market St Spirit - SPIRIT
5505 24th Ave N W, Seattle WA
206-782-1888
Ethanol-free octane ratings: 87 88 90
GPS coordinates: N 47.66895 W 122.38800 (located from address)
Updated by LarryC, May 08, 2017 20:40 CDT
Bought 4 gallons of 90-octane E0. $4/gallon. Engine now purrs, no more hesitation and wandering idle. 1989 Mazda 323, 1.6L.
Updated by Harold Hezel, owner, July 15, 2016 16:16 CDT
C/P just lowered the octane from 90 to 89 on the product.
Updated by Matropolis, January 09, 2015 18:31 CST
Still ethanol free! It does close after 6 PM and the pumps are padlocked, but the card reader works...so plan accordingly.
Updated by BGC in Seattle, September 08, 2013 0:02 CDT
Always ethanol free. I count on them for my small engines.
Updated by Harold Hezel, May 08, 2013 15:27 CDT
We have 87,88, and 90 E0.
Updated by Thomas, April 17, 2013 11:31 CDT
Glad they're back at it. Regular only as of April 16th.
Updated by al, March 29, 2013 19:29 CDT
move phone from comments to new phone field
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, March 27, 2013 23:40 CDT
It was reported by Lee that this station still has 87 octane E0. Their phone number is 206-782-1888.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, March 27, 2013 23:37 CDT
Reactivated.
Removed by Thomas, March 21, 2013 9:59 CDT
No longer sells ethanol-free gasoline; is looking for a new supplier. Former supplier stopped wholesaling the stuff.
Updated by 007, October 20, 2012 1:52 CDT
A little expensive compared to other ethanol-free stations here in the Seattle area, but confirmed 87 octane is ethanol-free 10/18/12.
Updated by 007, October 20, 2012 1:52 CDT
A little expensive compared to other ethanol-free stations here in the Seattle area, but confirmed 87 octane is ethanol-free 10/18/12.
Updated by Rick, June 11, 2012 16:06 CDT
Bought some 91 for my race bike, tested it with the E-kit, expensive but no ethanol or water present, making good power, instant throttle response.
Updated by Rick, June 11, 2012 16:06 CDT
Bought some 91 for my race bike, tested it with the E-kit, expensive but no ethanol or water present, making good power, instant throttle response.
Updated by Rod, May 25, 2012 15:39 CDT
Spoke with the owner today. All their fuel is E0!
Updated by Serge, April 27, 2012 0:10 CDT
Was there on April 12th. As Eric said, no ethanol-free sign anymore, but there was somewhat hidden piece of paper saying that the gas will have some ethanol untill the end of the month. Typically their gas is 10-20 cents more expensive then average in the area. I am willing to pay some extra for good gas, but this time they did not even bother to lower the price! Left without filling up.
Updated by Eric, April 15, 2012 19:18 CDT
I stopped here today at about 2:00pm and saw nothing to indicate this was actually Ethanol free. No signs or stickers on the pumps or anything like that. The doors to the service station were locked so I could not even ask if this info was correct. I did not see any hours posted, but the place was so cluttered maybe I just missed it. Overall not a very good experience and I left without filling up.
Updated by TD, April 06, 2012 20:38 CDT
Can anybody confirm still E0? The Spirit at NE 95th and 35th NE is now E10. :(
Updated by Michael, February 16, 2012 19:34 CST
They're open til 6pm weekdays- I'll try to post full hours another time.
Updated by Denny, August 26, 2011 23:34 CDT
I tried filling up here at 7:20 on a Friday night. The card reader worked, but the pump handles were padlocked!
Updated by Bob, August 06, 2011 22:30 CDT
Fueled here the other night after the station had closed and was still able to access the pump using my debit card.
Posted by Jonathan, June 01, 2011 0:03 CDT
They will keep selling gas without ethanol as long as the local refinery keeps making it.