Flex Fuel Vehicles are specially designed to run on any ethanol fuel blend up to 85 percent, which includes regular unleaded.

Special on-board diagnostics “read” the fuel blend, enabling drivers to use fuel blends beyond E10 (regular unleaded), which includes E15, E20, E30, E40, E50 or any ethanol blend up to E85.

Click the links below or use the search box to find out what vehicles are rated to run on fuels with higher blends of ethanol.


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We give a lot of attention to the farmers and ethanol producers, but our industry relies on quite a few more links in the supply chain. This is a great look at the hardworking folks who haul corn from the farm to the plant year-round. ksn.com/gooddaykansas/…

via @GrowthEnergy

#E15 hits a milestone, but @EmilySkor @GrowthEnergy says @EPA must provide #biofuels “regulatory clarity and certainty to get the industry on the road to recovery” https://t.co/uwXEKZyAgp

via @FuelsAmerica

U.S. biofuel producers recently celebrated the one-year anniversary of year-round E15. @AnnaHasDirt talks with Emily Skor w/ @GrowthEnergy https://t.co/ndlTEi9lFs #IowaAg https://t.co/8TfHz1ralt

via @25Barnett

It was great meeting with @GrowthEnergy on Wednesday to talk biofuels & trade. The COVID-19 pandemic has only deepened the challenges facing our ag & energy industries, and it was great to discuss solutions. I’m committed to getting real help for our farmers and producers. #IA01

via @RepFinkenauer