A flexible-fuel vehicle (FFV) is an automobile that can typically burn two separate fuels or a mixture of fuels. A common example is a vehicle that can accept gasoline mixed with varying levels of bioethanol (gasohol).
No, on the Chrysler products that offer flex fuel when running on E85 there is a 25% loss in fuel economy.
Most car companies are going in the direction of creating fuel efficient cars and trucks, but you might want to contact Toyota at their website Toyota.com and ask them when they will start production on flex fuel cars. GM currently has vehicles that are flex fuel so go to Chevy.com or GMC.com and look at what flex vehicles are out on the road currently.
The "flex fuel" logo indicates standard internal combustion of gasoline, alcohol, or similar fuels. Biodiesel does not qualify, being essentially a fuel ignited by compression.
Gasoline, Diesel, Propane, E85 in a flex fuel vehicle, & Hydrogen in future vehicles. Old steam powered cars used coal, or wood as a fuel.
Only vehicles that are Flex Fuel vehicles can burn E85. How many there are is of no consequence.
no, flex fuel is 2005 and up gm models
I would say the best fuel effecient cars would be the flex fuel cars.They get great mileage and cheap to fill up.
No , the engine has to be designed to be a flex fuel engine ( gas / E85 )
You cannot burn E85 in a vehicle that is not Flex Fuel. I do not think your Trailblazer is Flex Fuel. If it is it will have a yellow gas cap, and a sticker saying Flex Fuel. If you have any doubts look in your owner's manual or call your GM dealer and provide your VIN#. They can verify if it is Flex Fuel.
NO! As far as I know the Vibe is NOT a Flex Fuel vehicle. If it is Flex Fuel and can burn E85 it will have a label affixed to the vehicle somewhere. Do NOT use E85 in a non Flex Fuel vehicle.
Different alloy metals and different composite seals in the flex fuel pump.....than a regular pump. flex fuels will tear up regular fuel pumps.
FlexFuel will be written on the vehicle somewhere if that vehicle is Flex Fuel.
Some were flex, but only if you have the flex fuel motor, There will be a sticker under hood and gas door that say E85 approved.
No, you cannot use E85 or above in any engine not designed for that fuel. You will damage the engine if you do.
RAV4 vehicles feature off roading, high fuel mileage, and Flex fuel, which allows you to use up to 85% ethanol in them. They also have a spacious interior.
E85 or gas.
Yes but it can cause engine damage over time, don't use it if you want your car to stay strong.
It all depends on what year it is. and it will tell you in your owners manual if you can use what they call "flex-fuel". and don't let mechanics tell you that they can convert your engine to a flex-fuel engine. they pretty much have to rebuild everything from the pistons and camshaft to the fuel injectors. The some Saab 9-3's car use E85.
ford is an American made line of cars, therefore the ford flex was made in America
If the car is a Flex-Fuel vehicle then yes you can use E85. If it is not a Flex-Fuel vehicle you cannot use E85. Using E85 will damage components. As far as I know your 2006 Pontiac G6 is not a Flex-Fuel vehicle. Reads your owner's manual to be sure.
The 2011 Ford Flex runs on regular unleaded.
The 2009 Ford Flex runs on regular unleaded.
The 2010 Ford Flex runs on regular unleaded.