Yes. An E85 car is called a Flex Fuel car meaning it can burn regular gasoline or E85.
Unleaded or Diesel are the most used types of gas.There are a wide variety of fuels used by many different cars. Unleaded gasoline, diesel, E85, and LPG are the most common.
No , it is not a flexible fuel vehicle , use " regular " unleaded , 87 octane according to the Owner Guide
Regular UNLEADED gasoline, up to 10% ethanol. Does not require high test, not made for E85 fuel.
A hybrid car is a car that runs on battery and gas. It uses standard unleaded regular gas.
Yes. You can always use a higher octane gas but you might see no benefit to the additional cost.
it can be but you have to be careful on how much you use it you should use the oringal gas if it is still out there
( No ) according to the 1998 Lincoln Town Car owners manual : It uses " regular " unleaded gasoline , 87 octane ( unless there is a " premium " fuel required sticker on the inside of the gas filler door , in which case it is 91 octane or higher )
NO! Use only reular unleaded fuel or you will damage the fuel and emmisions system.
i use unleaded. i have the same car.