Just bought a 370Z-does it have to run on premium fuel. Don't know what it has been run on previously

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Asked by Aug 07, 2014 at 11:13 AM about the 2009 Nissan 370Z Touring

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Look at the gas gage. Look at the gas filler door. The info your looking for should be there.

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Thanks, I am aware of the fuel it calls for (premium) but that is not always "necessary" so I was wondering if anyone has deviated from the recommendation.

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Penny wise. Pound foolish. Ben Franklin. With such a nice car why take a chance? My Mercedes owners manual has all kinds of "What To Do's" is 91 octane isnt available. My advice is put the good stuff in it.

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I have not deviated. I stick with the premium..

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Stick to premium fuel, otherwise it doesn't run well. It gets better gas mileage which makes up for it costing more than regular gas.

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