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    Default Does Pakistan have UNLEADED fuel???

    I happened to open the fuel lid opener in the New Civic. The fuel lid says "UNLEADED FUEL ONLY" on a yellow sticker.

    Last time I checked, they started selling low lead petrol within the last few years BUT not completely lead FREE. If this is correct, it may not run very well.

    Does Hi-Octane have less or more lead than SUPER? I wonder if the new 1.8 engine is Hi-Octane only

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    Unleaded fuel is available.. as for the fuel type, yes it'll need Hi-octane..

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    Hi-Octane? What is the source of your information that leads you to believe it will need Hi-Octane? I'd like to confirm this. If it does, I am NOT buying one! I just got the disappointing news today that the new Camry requuires HO (I was thinking of buying one). If Civic is also HO, then might as well....oh well!

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    No engine only requires Hi-octane except for some high performance engines as per the international RON ratings, as normal engines run on 87-91 % RON but we have substandard RON ratings, what is advewrtised is not the actual.

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    RON here is above 100 i guess....

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    @salmankhilji, u can run the engine on any kind of fuel u like..but the best for it is hi-octane if u want pure performance and engine life..others will just destroy the engine..

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