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Toyota corolla 2011 91 or 95 octane? - 2011 Toyota Yaris

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87 if you could find it or 91 octane higher octane
gone cost u more and it wont give you more power

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SOURCE: From 95 octane to 93 octane

YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO USE 87 OCTANE. yOU ARE WASTING MONEY ABOVE THAT. Sorry bout caps.

Posted on Aug 22, 2009

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Hey there, well if its anything like mine(91 cressy) its pretty thirsty! but things worth checking(if u havnt already) are the engine timing, fuel filter, air filter, as they will make a huge differnce. still im getting 11L per 100 around town, and i dont exactly flog it. and about the octane, i realy wouldnt worry too much if its just the non turbo version, although sticking to 91octane or above is always a good idea. usually only costs a few extra dollars a tank for 98 octane here in Australia, so i think its worth it.

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YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO USE 87 OCTANE. yOU ARE WASTING MONEY ABOVE THAT. Sorry bout caps.

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