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Nissan Micra 1989 Fuel Types

Posted By nglover Wednesday, July 19, 2017 9:52:09 PM
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Hi all,

I am about to buy a Nissan Micra 1989, and I just want to check what fuel to put in it before I kill it in less than a year! All I can find online is that it runs on petrol, but what type, can I use regular unleaded? Which fuels are best for older cars?

Hope this makes sense and I know it is a silly question, but I haven't owned a car in 10 years!!

Thanks in advance

Nix
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As long as its petrol, standard unleaded petrol will be fine
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Most cars have a RON sticker on the inside of the filler flap.

Kev.


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Thanks Guys, will check inside the flap and use unleaded.
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Not sure what other petrol you'd use (other than 98) since there's only 2 choices at most !

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