Why the dealers do not post also the type of gas that the cars are running on???!!!; i.e., 87 octane, 89 octane, or 97 octane, what ever the case may be?????

Asked by Feb 12, 2017 at 05:22 PM about the FIAT 500

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

5 Answers

275,535

your not going to find that level of detail on a car ad search site, such as Cargurus or any other. Dealers don't have that info in an Ad. But once you find a few vehicles you like, you can look that info up on other sources.

275,535

http://www.fiat500owners.com/forum/8-fiat-500-general-discussion- forum/5117-gas-octane-87-91-93-gives-better-mpg.html

60,885

They all use gas - oline unless they use diesel. You would probably want the cetane rating I suppose.

96,325

Should they also list the aerodynamic coefficient and the tire air pressure?

60,885

Yes aerodynamic coefficient of drag would be great.

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