What kind of gas does the Nissan Juke use?

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EPA MPG Premium Gasoline 28 combined city/highway MPG 26 city 31 highway 3.6 gals/100 miles

Does the 2015 Nissan Juke require premium fuel?

Another drawback to the Juke is recommended usage of premium fuel. Perhaps the use of premium fuel, which allows the engine to operate more efficiently, pays off. During a test week in a 3,026-pound, all-wheel-drive Juke, fuel usage averaged 30.5 miles per gallon.

Does 2012 Nissan Juke need premium gas?

But really, it is recommended to use premium in the Juke and advisable for any car that uses a turbo to help prevent knock.

Should I use premium or regular gas?

If your car doesn’t require premium, fill up with regular. In a consumer notice, the Federal Trade Commission, notes: “In most cases, using a higher-octane gasoline than your owner’s manual recommends offers absolutely no benefit. It won’t make your car perform better, go faster, get better mileage or run cleaner.”

Can you put regular gas in a Nissan Juke?

That said, Nissan recommends (but does not require) pricey premium fuel. Front-wheel-drive Jukes have a larger (13.2 gallon) gas tank and get better fuel economy: 27 MPG city/32 MPG highway with an automatic transmission but only 25/31 with a manual.

What gas does a 2011 Nissan Juke take?

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What is premium gas?

Premium gasoline is generally considered any type of gasoline with an octane level of 91 or greater, with 91 octane and 93 octane being the most common versions of premium gasoline available at gas stations in the United States (93 octane gasoline may be called “ultra” or “super-premium” in some cases).

What is wrong with Nissan Juke?

The Juke has been the subject of seven recalls, with potential faults ranging from possible fuel leaks to oxygen sensor problems, so it’s worth speaking to a Nissan dealer to check that any car you’re interested in buying has had the necessary work carried out.

Why was Nissan Juke discontinued?

According to Forbes, the car “proved to be too costly and eccentric-looking to maintain decent sales volume”, which has caused Nissan to decide to end production of the subcompact crossover.

What’s the difference between regular and premium gas in Nissan Juke?

I have driven and owned a lot of turbo cars and most of them were Nissan cars. The nice thing with most Nissan ECU’s is that they are smarter than the average ecu and can relearn different fuel maps based on the octane of the gas as well as the atmospheric conditions in your area.

Can you put regular gas in a juke?

I would not recommend putting regular gas in a Juke that recommends premium. The Juke runs best on the tears of children. The Juke runs best on the tears of children. Click to expand… WHat does that mean? WHat does that mean? Click to expand… he is “JOKING”…….this question has been asked many..many…MANY times..

What should the octane level be on a Nissan Juke?

If you plan on modding it, eventually a tune will likely come into play and flat out require a specific minimum octane level. Premium with an octane rating of 91 or higher recommended for the best performance. Regular for the penny pinchers with a noticable decrease in performance.

Is it better to run regular gas or premium gas?

If you have a turbo, expect to run premium gas. Running less than premium will decrease your cars performance. Most cars computers will adapt to handle any pre-detonation, but at the expense of performance. You are getting 25-30mpg on premium gas, spend the extra .20/gal and make your car happy.