For E85 to be a bargain, the price must be lower than gasoline
The E85 blend of 85% ethanol and 15% gasoline gives at least 15% fewer miles per gallon than regular gasoline.
When E85 is priced 15% or lower than regular gasoline, using E85 can save you money.
In several states, the price of E85 has been very favorable this year. In some States, the price of E85 has been better than 20% less than gasoline.
E85Prices.com has a good up to date information on E85 prices.
General Motors is the leader in flex fuel vehicles that can use either E85 or regular gasoline or any blend of the two. If you have a GM car with a yellow gas cap, you should be watching the price of E85.
If you don’t have a flex fuel car, you should trade up to a GM car with a yellow gas cap so you can save with E85.
Yes, I am proud to say that GM benefits from my energy engineering services. They do make more flex fuel capable vehicles than any other manufacturer.
Multiply the gas price by 0.85 to get the bargain price for E85
At what price do you buy E85?