I just bought a new 2014 honda accord coupe. I thought since it was a newer vehicle that I could use 87 but my friend says I should only use the 90's. Which one should I use?

Asked by Dec 31, 2014 at 03:22 PM about the 2014 Honda Accord Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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I would contact the dealer over the phone to confirm. Talk to the shop service manager that works on them for a living... In my opinion 87 will work fine.

Its A Japanese Car I Would Prefer You Use Good Gas Such As 93 Or 89 So That You Can Get The Maximum Performance 87 Will Never Hurt But Always Be safe

655

It's a Honda it will run on rice.

237,365

Ha , too funny Lance. Ashley, did you get an owners manual with your purchase. It should list it in there. But 87 octane is recommended.

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