If a car is designed to run on Super, and especially in todays world of computer diagnostics constantly running....while a car may run, it likely will not perform as it should, and that loss in performance may cost more than you save.
Yes you can. Super unleaded gas is just lower in lead so it will not leave as much residue in the system thus giving better gas mileage.
In the United States, unleaded regular gasoline is the most frequently used fuel in cars and small trucks.
Unleaded, diesle, premium and super
subarus are not good cars so i would say no
Yes In a modern car changing from regular to premium is no problem It may have been costing you power and fuel mileage to run regular, but if your car does not need premium it is a waste of money. On older cars running regular may damage the engine, but we are talking cars built in the 1980s or older.
Unleaded gasoline is regular gasoline. Lead used to be added to gasoline to prevent engine knocking but the practice has been banned in most developed countries. 2nd Answer: There are some engines, a lot of them not in cars, that are made to use regular gasoline. They are designed so that the lead in regular old gasoline will build up on certain moving parts, and keep them sealed against engine pressures. Unleaded gas is not good for this type of engine, at all.
The Citroen Saxo cars are a French made super-mini car that were popularized in the 2000s which were designed to be extremely fuel efficient and have long lasting engines
Not only can you you should be using super, these cars have problems with knock when running anything under 91 octane and in general all turbocharged and high compression motors should run super unleaded
Bad idea. Most cars that are Premium Only are designed to take about 92 octane fuel at the lowest. The car will, in fact, run with super unleaded gas but it will create damage to your engine in the long-run. And if low octane gas is used frequently, it can greatly reduce the life of your car.
It takes regular unleaded according to this site http://www.motortrend.com/cars/2003/honda/civic/si_hatchback/1356/specifications/ It takes regular unleaded according to this site http://www.motortrend.com/cars/2003/honda/civic/si_hatchback/1356/specifications/
Yes. You may not get the same performance (horsepower) as you would with premium gas, but modern cars can run fine on any grade of unleaded gas.
It's actually called 'unleaded gas'. Almost all cars have four cylinder gasoline engines, and some use regular unleaded and others premium unleaded fuel. The number, 87 in this case, is the octane rating of the fuel.
all cars today run on unleaded gasoline. however older cars(60's -70's) some ran on leaded or unleaded. even so , some cars today cannot run on regular gas which has a lower octane rating. some need to run on premium gas , which has a higher octane rating.....
leaded fuel contains lead which damages the engine while unleaded fuel contains negligible amount of lead.... on older engines the lead in the gasoline was to lubricate the valve stems in newer cars they have designed that requirement out
These cars are absolutely designed and require Premium. They may run on regular, but not happily. (But, they do get great gas mileage!).
Super Cars was created in 1990.
Super Cars happened in 1990.
The best gas mileage from unleaded gasoline or premium gasoline depends on the car. Old cars get better mileage from unleaded.
In the USA, 1975.
All El Camino's with catalytic convertors were "unleaded" fuel only cars; 1975-1987.
Most cars these days use unleaded gas or diesel. Check your owners manual to make sure what type the Mazda 626 uses.