The 10 cars that will not be compatible with the new E10 fuel introduced next month – .

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The 10 cars that will not be compatible with the new E10 fuel introduced next month – .


Maybe it’s time to check if your car is compatible with the new E10 fuel.
From September, it will be introduced to UK service stations and is already being rolled out in some forecourt.

However, some cars older than 2011 may damage their vehicle or even void their insurance.

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The problem is expected to affect a million cars across the country, Birmingham Live reports.

There are several ways to check if your car will be affected by the change.

One is to use the government E10 checker where you put your license plate which tells you if your vehicle is not compatible.

But, according to the RAC, there will be some car brands that will not be compatible with E10 gasoline and users should be made aware of this.

here is 10 models that will have the most E10 incompatible cars registered in 2020, according to the RAC Foundation (number of cars in brackets):

1. Volkswagen Golf (28 066)

2. MG MGB (20 890)

3. Mazda MX-5 (18 162)

4. Nissan Micra (15,785)

5. Minor Morris (12,796)

6. Rover 25 (9 879)

7. MG MGF (9 352)

8. Ford Escort (8,947)

9. Rover Mini (7 614)

10. MG TF (7 568)

Historic and Classic Vehicle Association spokesperson Malcolm McKay warned it wasn’t all bad news.

He suggested that E5 fuel would likely be available “for a while” due to the popularity of higher octane fuels.

Mr McKay said: “It certainly hasn’t had as much publicity as the switch from leaded fuel to unleaded fuel.

“It’s another of those things, I think the classic car movement to some extent was afraid of making too much fuss.

“We just have to find a way around it. The E5 will still be available for a while, but it’s more about the fact that the government has said it may be available.

“Then it’s up to the oil companies and suppliers to decide if there is enough demand.

“But since it’s the higher octane fuel and there are a lot of younger cars out there that run much better and more efficiently on the higher octane fuel, I think we’ll see that.” for quite a long time. “

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