E10 fuel explained: What it means for you and your car

E10 fuel explained: What it means for you and your car

According to the RAC, roughly 600,000 cars in the UK cannot take E10 fuel without suffering some form of performance issue.

They specify people with older cars, specifically those registered before 2002, should not use E10 fuel.

Incompatible cars filled up on E10 will suffer from issues such as damage to seals, plastic or metals due to the fuel’s corrosive properties.

E10 may also cause pre-detonation, poor cold starting or rough running.

Published at Tue, 31 Mar 2020 22:32:00 +0000