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What type of gasoline should I use?
Like most other passenger cars on the market, yours is designed to work with a specific range of fuel types. It’s rated for a minimum of 87 octane unleaded gasoline, which can be purchased at most gas stations in the US. While you can use higher octane gasoline, you should not use a lower rated formulation. Spark knock can develop, which can damage your engine.
Here are a few other important Tips
Never use E-85. Your engine is not rated for it, and it will cause significant damage.
Never use aftermarket fuel additives. Nissan does not recommend any type of fuel additive.
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