I've been a gear-head (racer, collector, etc..)all my life and have never really known different fuels to cause a problem, other than pinging, on newer cars. Until now, that is. I had been running the lower octane fuel in the Aurora then decided to begin running premium. After the first two tanks there was a noticeable difference in performance, smoothness, etc. Also, the fuel mileage picked up almost 2mpg. This car is one that definitely needs premium fuel and I'll never put the lower octane stuff back in it.Answerit will more than likely PING when accellerating under load.if you mix fuel grades it should be ok. i run reg. all the time.no problem.
unleaded...besides that don't waste your money on premium gas, the car's not worth it.
Yes, you can. Premium is recommended, but not required. If you intend to keep the car for a long period of time, the engine will operate better with premium.
Depends on the model
Premium is required
Premium is recommended for the ETC models
Not at all... Premium fuel will not harm any vehicle. All premium fuel does is burn more efficiently and evenly reducing engine ping
Premium is ok
At least 91% octane or better. So premium
can my employer pay my medicare premium instead of taking it out of social security
It's highly recommended to use Premium Gasoline for the tl's...If premium is not available u can use Mid-Grade(89)
If a deductible is lowered the premium usually goes up
yes, it is recommended
Premium (91) is recommended
Depends... What does you owner's manual say? I currently drive an E-Class 320, and it requires Super Premium (91-92 Octane level). If I even try to use Premium instead of Super Premium, or even worse.... regular.... the sensors in my car know within a few seconds of turning on the car.
Premium is recommended, but regular unleaded can be used.
Premium 91 Octane is recommended by Nissan.
Premium is recommended by manufacturer.
91 is low premium if ur engine takes 93-high premium it should be ok.
Generally the cost of the premium goes down. The more you pay out of pocket when you file a claim the less you pay for the premium.
The premium will generally increase.
Behind the carpet on the left side of the trunk. Well, that's where it is for me.
If you don't pay the premium the policy will be cancelled.If you don't pay the premium the policy will be cancelled.If you don't pay the premium the policy will be cancelled.If you don't pay the premium the policy will be cancelled.
you will be out of premium obviously
you will be ok MIGHT notice a very s;ight decrease in performance
Premium gasoline is unleaded. Yes, you can use it, although there may be no actual benefit in it.