What type of gas does a 2011 Audi A5 take?

What type of gas does a 2011 Audi A5 take?

Premium Gasoline
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2011 Audi A5 quattro
EPA Fuel Economy Premium Gasoline
24 MPG 21 29 combined city/highway city highway
4.2 gal/100mi
413 miles Total Range

What type of gas does an Audi A5 use?

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Vehicle Specification Data
Luggage Volume 22 ft3 (Hatchback)
Fuel Type Premium Gasoline Recommended
Engine Descriptor SIDI
Transmission Descriptor

Does Audi A5 require premium gas?

YES, use premium. The A5 uses a high compression turbo, so a high octane gas is required. If you want to save money on cheap gas, get a Toyota. High compression engines (especially turbo charged ones) absolutely require higher octane gas to keep from getting knock and pre-detonation issues.

Does Audi s5 take premium gas?

read the manual. You can use gas that is not premium in emergencies only. The premium is required because of carbon fouling in the engine.

Which Audi use regular gas?

Audi TT. This comely coupe/roadster combo, like the A3 above, is EPA-rated to run on regular-grade fuel, but the Audi TT’s 2.0-liter turbocharged engine runs best when the tank is filled with premium.

What happens if you put regular gas in an Audi?

Using regular gas in an engine that requires premium could void your warranty. That is most likely to happen if using regular causes severe engine knock or pinging (premature ignition of the fuel, also known as detonation) that damages the pistons or other engine parts.

Can I put regular gas in Audi?

Audi vehicles are made to run on premium gasoline because of their direct-injection technology and turbocharged engines. Without using premium fuel, you can damage your Audi’s engine and even cause severe damage if you don’t fill up with regular gas when it’s recommended.

Can I put 93 in my Audi?

Generally, most modern vehicles can safely run on regular gasoline. Unless your specific model recommends premium, many older Audi models will perform just as well on regular fuel as they will on premium.