Q: I have a dodge nitro 2011 , which gas should I use 95 or 91 octane? 2011 Dodge Nitro

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Which gas should I use in my dodge nitro 2011 , 95or 91?
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hi there - based on the Owners Manual (Pg. 351-353), the 3.7 L engine requires 87 octane, and the 4.0 L engine requires 89 octane. The manual also cautions against using higher octane fuel than required, as this provides no additional performance benefit. Happy Motoring!

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