Yeah, it does me no good either...the G6 does not take E85. I'm not about to spend money to get it retrofitted either, as I plan on trading it off before the end of the year.Glad to see it. Although I am not a fan of E-85, anything cheaper is better than what the rest of us have to deal with!
Yes he can, if he puts an E85 conversion kit on it. They are about $350 for a 4 banger. I'm going to convert both of my cars in about 4-5 months.Buddy of mine asked if he could put E85 in his car (he noticed how cheap it was). He drives a Plymouth Breeze, I was like NO you can't unless you want your engine to seize.
Yes he can, if he puts an E85 conversion kit on it. They are about $350 for a 4 banger. I'm going to convert both of my cars in about 4-5 months.
Not to go off-topic, but what kind of gas mileage are you getting with your Astra?$350 or so you say....
Maybe that could eventually be in the works, I will really have to pay attention to E85 prices now and see what its worth. Although I do enjoy not having to fill up frequently so this will never turn into anything.
That isn't bad. What type of driving do you do?