Filled up with BP/93 this morning, so we'll see in about 10 days how it does for me!BP seems to work best imo, Ive tried all the stations but shell (only one around is really expensive for some reason) and none seem to be as good as BP. Plus the BP station on my way home from work is consistently one of the cheapest stations around
I just bottomed out my second tank of 93 from Costco. I set my best MPG at 36mpg on this tank! Only 2700 miles on the car yet, so hopefully it will get better. Filled up on BP/93 this morning.Now that I'm actually driving my car with premium, I do seem to be getting about 3-5 mpg more, I'm on the second tank of 93.
"I'm with you fellers..." (Delmar - "O'Brother where art thou") :question:...the chevy cruze timing is not advanced or optimized for 91 octane. cars which require 91 octane require advance timing.
a 5MPG increase is preposterous. Proof, please, as you've obviously been keeping detailed logs.Since I've bought the car I had used regular (87 octane) but about 7 months ago I've used premium and with only shell 94 octane and my MPG definetly improved by about 5 MPG. So I can vouch on that ..
I don't think it is preposterous at all. I lost 3MPG just from buying generic 93 octane fuel. depending on the weather and how much timing the car was originally pulling out on 87, 5MPG would, IMO, be very easy to gain. I've never had a car so sensitive to fuel in my life as this one.a 5MPG increase is preposterous. Proof, please, as you've obviously been keeping detailed logs.