Check out the four key factors below to increase your understanding of fuel and its impact on vehicle performance.
Fuel Octane rating is a measure of a gasoline's resistance to knock. The higher the rating, the greater the knock resistance.
Volatility is a measure of how gasoline changes from a liquid to a vapor. It's also an important measure of driveability.
Additives are designed to help keep critical engine parts clean. The cleaner the engine, the better it runs and the lower the amount of pollution produced.
There are three measurable types of gasoline emissions: evaporative and refueling emissions, exhaust emissions and non-regulated emissions. See how you can reduce engine emissions.