What's the best Gas ( octane ) to put in my 1997 Buick Lesabre custom!

Bigg Richardson
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Asked by Bigg Aug 08, 2014 at 12:06 AM about the 1997 Buick LeSabre Custom

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Michael Kane
12,355

Regular unleaded

Michael Kane
12,355

I believe regular is considered 87 octane in most states.

BoholMark
22,345

As for brands. Shell Exxon Sunoco. Those are my favorites. As for crappy name brands. Gulf. Hess. Citgo.

jamnblues
9,265

a car will run best with higher octane gas- and forget the ethanol- that stuff just gums up fuel systems, especially if it is sitting- so it depends on how much money you have, and if you can find gas without the bio- additive-

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