E10 petrol fuel: vehicle compatibility check list (2021 update)

E10 petrol is a fuel that may contain up to 10% ethanol by volume, the specifications for which were introduced by the European Union’s Fuel Quality Directive on 1 January 2011.

The ACEA E10 vehicle compatibility check list shows which petrol vehicles can safely use E10 unleaded petrol. Likewise, it also indicates which cars are not cleared for the use of E10 and should therefore continue to use E5 unleaded petrol.

The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) compiles this list to assist consumers to recognise which unleaded petrol they should put in their car.

This 2021 update contains the latest information from all ACEA members, as well for cars produced by Japanese manufacturers who are not members of ACEA.

The ACEA E10 vehicle compatibility check list shows which petrol vehicles can safely use E10 unleaded petrol. Likewise, it also indicates which cars are not cleared for the use of E10 and should therefore continue to use E5 unleaded petrol.

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