Three major fuel companies in New Zealand have lowered their petrol prices by 3 cents a litre on Wednesday.
Shell, BP and Caltex petrol now costs $1.65.9c per litre.
Shell and BP say the move is due to a decrease in the cost of refined petrol, combined with a higher New Zealand dollar.
Caltex says the cut was due to the fluctuating price of refined fuel on the Singapore market.
The price of diesel remained unchanged at $1.06.9 per litre.
Mobil says it is reviewing its pricing.