Flex Fuel Vehicles

In flexible-fuel or flex-fuel vehicles, it is used as a drop-in biofuel; in this case the fuels for the propulsion of the vehicle are interchangeable. Due to the significantly low freezing point, it cannot be used as a jet fuel.

The EPA tracks fuel economy for all sorts of vehicles at its website, FuelEconomy.gov, including flex fuel vehicles. I looked at a 2017 Chevy Tahoe with the 5.3-liter V8.

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  • Flex Fuel Vehicles

    Flex fuel Vehicles Flexible fuel vehicles FFVs are designed to run on gasoline or gasoline ethanol blends of up to 85 ethanol E85 . 1 Except for a few engine and fuel system modifications, they are identical to gasoline only models..

  • What Are Flex Fuel Vehicles Fuel Freedom Foundation

    Flex fuel vehicles became all the rage a few years back, because automakers get special credits toward federal fuel economy standards. Because the credits are weighted toward bigger “footprint” vehicles like pickups and SUVs, you see a lot of U.S. made “Big Three” Ford, FCA [Fiat Chrysler], General Motors vehicles that are flex fuel..

  • Flexible Fuel Vehicle Wikipedia

  • Alternative Fuels Data Center Flexible Fuel Vehicles

    Flexible fuel vehicles FFVs have an internal combustion engine and are capable of operating on gasoline and any blend of gasoline and ethanol up to 83 . E85 or flex fuel is a gasoline ethanol blend containing 51 to 83 ethanol, depending on geography and season..