What is recommended fuel type?

Asked by Jun 14, 2008 at 01:25 PM about the 1995 Toyota Corolla LE

Question type: General

I have been using Premium gas in my 1995 Corolla and getting about 35 mpg on the highway.  I don't have the owner's manual so I don't know what the manufacturer's recommended fuel type is.  Can I change to Regular gas without hurting the car or substantially decreasing my mpg?

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yes

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Your car is made to work with regular gas, so no need to put some premium. Premium make notin for cars that made for Regular gaz. The only thing it do, its more expensive.

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Run regular... if it's designed for regular it runs better with regular... Occasionally run premium or put a fuel additive in though... The extra detergents keep the engine clean... Not necessary but it helps keep the engine in tip-top shape.

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the only time you need to run 91 octane or higher is if you have high compression engine or a turbocharger in it or if you advanced the timing so much that it wont run on regular otherwise your just burning money

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What type of feul is needed in 2016 Toyota Corolia no manual is regular ok

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What type of feul is needed in 2016 Toyota Corolia no manual is regular ok

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Yes. It only requires 87 octane. I just bought one loaded. Great car - enjoy it. Once a month on a fill up first put in Lucas small bottle and fill tank to keep injectors clean.

Can I also use unleaded to my 1991 corolla small body?

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