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In my state, diesel fuel has a higher tax attached to it because of the theory that most diesel powered vehicles are heavier, thus causing more wear on the road compared to a gas powered car. While you can make obvious exceptions, most of the diesel powered vehicles are semis and big trucks while most gas burning vehicles are passenger cars and light duty trucks.
There is also "supply and demand".
'06 F250 FX4 6.0L/auto-studded, O-ring'd, deleted, turbo'd, inject'd, lifted.... typical bolt on