yes they are, I found a E85 station down from me which I'm putting in this week and see how it works9sec95autoTT said:Are all 08 titan E85 compatible? My 08 titan doesn't say flex fuel on the tailgate but on the fuel door it says regular gasline or E85 ethnol.
Only difference is you will think the 14 MPG you got with gas was GREAT:thumbsup:9sec95autoTT said:Thanks for the replies, it is a good thing to know that I can use both regular gasline and E85. I think I am going to try the E85 to see if there is anything difference.
No need to ask the dealer. If the fourth digit is a B then it is an E85 titan. If it is an A it is not E85 capable.guls said:Yes, and if you still want to make sure, dealre service dept. can punch in your VIN in their computer and let you know if it is or not. But it is not worth it.
My fourth digit is a B and my fifth is an A.Dorsey said:No need to ask the dealer. If the fourth digit is a B then it is an E85 titan. If it is an A it is not E85 capable.
I consider it a scam because it takes *almost* as much fossil fuel to turn corn into E85 as the fuel you get from the process. It is great that it can be made in America BUT - if we really flip corn production to fuel our countries thirst you'll see the price of anything grown or raised on a farm double. That and the jury is still out on if the emissions of an E85 vehicle are really any better than standard 87 octane.k2dunks said:I do not understand why E-85 is a scam. I know the mileage is worse but no one has ever denied that. I do not have it in my area but from what I have seen in my travels is that it is cheaper than gas. I guess this would make up the difference in the worse mileage? So why not support a fuel that is made in America? I do not have all the facts on this but just an opinion.
ecmeyla said:yes they are, I found a E85 station down from me which I'm putting in this week and see how it works
wow.... 14MPG is GOOD compared to what I was getting for city/highway use: 12.7MPG.master_1011 said:Only difference is you will think the 14 MPG you got with gas was GREAT:thumbsup:
E85 yeilds less power then gas, so the engine has to burn more to maintain power levels, which obviously will make your MPG drop dramatically.