28th Feb 2012, 23:24
The engine is designed for a specific fuel. The compression ratio is higher, and requires premium gas for best performance.
25th Nov 2012, 19:31
20 cents more, for 10 gallons is $2. That's a deal breaker, given the better performance on premium?
23rd Jan 2017, 02:57
I'm a bit confused by the original post as well as one of the reply / comments. They talk about the extra price of premium for 10 gallons. I read on a Crossfire for sale ad that the tank is 16 or 16.9 gallons. SO, shouldn't everyone's price difference be based on a full tank, and not a 10 gallon fill up?? Just saying...
28th Jan 2017, 20:39
Premium is well worth it if you are getting a premium automobile with premium performance. The 87 octane savings might buy you a coffee per tank or 10 bucks a month. My major concern is ethanol, not a few pennies at the pump. I hope you don't shut your car off at traffic lights to save a couple of pennies.