E85 - Power & Performance for Flex Fuel Vehicles

 

If you drive a Flex Fuel Vehicle, CountryMark E85 can be a great fuel for you! This fuel is 85% ethanol and 15% conventional gasoline. When you buy CountryMark E85, you know that both components of your fuel are domestically produced energy, which is good for American energy security and America's economy.

 

CountryMark E85 lowers carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide emissions when compared with conventional gasoline blends. That's makes it a great fuel for air quality, the environment and human health.

Ready to see where All-American CountryMark E85 can take you? Visit our growing list of CountryMark retail fuel stations that offer E85 at the pump, or contact a CountryMark branded dealer to discuss fuel delivery options.

Need to confirm that your vehicle is E85-compatible? Visit the Complete Guide to Flex Fuel Vehicles. CountryMark E85, a certified alternative energy product, can only be used in Flex Fuel Vehicles.

 

 

 

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