Your car is spec'd for 90 Octane, Check inside of Fuel Door and your Owners Manual.I am thinking of purchasing a 2007 c280 4matic and wanted to know if the car can run on 89 octane?
Same for the C240's 2.6L V6?Your car is spec'd for 90 Octane, Check inside of Fuel Door and your Owners Manual.
You have a High-Compression Engine which requires High Octane, in this case, 90 Octane/RON
The smart car is not for someone interested in saving fuel or money. It uses premium, gets so so mileage for its size, and is useless above 50mph.Haha, cheapskates. Fuel will never be as cheap as it is now. Some analyst predict $10-12/gal. Even Cramer that's conservative is saying $5/gallon soon. So why not buy as much premium as you can get now, enjoy these low prices while you can. Can't afford it, MB has a solution, the Smart car. I hedge my fuel prices by buying oil company stock, record level profits, time to jump in.
As for fuel consumption, analysts say people won't really change their habits until about $6-7/gal and even if they do in the U.S., other countries like China and India are still growing.