Which fuel is better for Chevrolet Epica 2006. 91 or 95.

Asked by May 01, 2017 at 02:17 AM about the 2006 Chevrolet Epica

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Dear Sir, I want to ask that which fuel is better for Chevrolet Epica 2006. 91 or
95.

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965

Your engine is only a 1,8L or 2.0L which is a 4 cylinder. Take a look at the door to the gas tank.....or read the owners manual and it will specify the best for that engine type. I believe 91 octane will be good enough. The car will last longer for it will burn at a lower temperature within your 4 cyl engine. hope this helps

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