Honda E-10 Gasoline (Fuel) Compatibility – Philippines

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E10 is gasoline blended with bioethanol (10% bioethanol and 90% gasoline), which is an alternative energy resource produced from organic matter.

Here is the list of automobiles or vehicles compatible with E-10 Gasoline: (source: honda phils)

Honda Jazz
Jazz 1.3L i-DSI 2004 ~ present
Jazz 1.5L VTEC 2005 ~ 2006

Honda City
City 1.3L i-DSI 2003 ~ present
City 1.5L VTEC 2000 ~ present
City 1.5L (Type Z) (Group Fuel Injection, GFI) 1999 ~ 2003

Honda Civic
Civic 1.8L SOHC i-VTEC 2006 ~ present
Civic 2.0L DOHC 2006 ~ present
Civic 2.0L DOHC 2004 ~ 2005
Civic 1.6L SOHC 2001 ~ 2006
Civic 1.5L SOHC 2001 ~ 2004
Civic 1.6L DOHC VTEC 1998 ~ 2001
Civic 1.6L VTEC (Civic SiR Body) 1998 ~ 2001
Civic 1.5L (Civic SiR Body) (Group Fuel Injection, GFI) 1998 ~ 2001

Honda Accord
Accord 3.5L SOHC i-VTEC 2008 ~ present
Accord 2.4L DOHC i-VTEC 2009 ~ present
Accord 3.0L V6 VTEC 2004 ~ 2007
Accord 2.4L DOHC i-VTEC 2004 ~ 2007
Accord 2.0L DOHC i-VTEC 2003 ~ 2004
Accord 2.0L VTI-SOHC 1998 ~ 2001
Accord 2.3L VTI-L SOHC 1998 ~ 2001
Accord 2.0L VTI-SOHC 2001 ~ 2002

Honda CR-V
CR-V 2.0L SOHC i-VTEC 2007 ~ present
CR-V 2.4L DOHC i-VTEC 2008 ~ present
CR-V 2.0L DOHC i-VTEC 2005 ~ 2006
CR-V 2.4L DOHC i-VTEC 2005 ~ 2006
CR-V 2.0L DOHC 1997 ~ 2002

Other Honda Vehicles
Odyssey 2.2L SOHC 1997 ~ 1998
Pilot 3.5L V6 2006 ~ 2007
HR-V 1.6L SOHC 2000 ~ 2002
S2000 2.0L 2001
Civic Hybrid 1.3L 2004 ~ 2006
Legend 3.5L 1997 ~ 1998

Here is the list of automobiles or vehicles NOT compatible with E-10 Gasoline: (same source as above)

Honda City
City 1.5L (Group Fuel Injection, GFI) 1998 ~ 1999
City 1.3L (Group Fuel Injection, GFI) 1996 ~ 1999
City 1.3L (Carbureted) 1996 ~ 1999

Honda Civic
Civic 1.6 VTEC 1996 ~ 1998
Civic 1.5L (Group Fuel Injection, GFI) 1996 ~ 1998
Civic 1.5L (Carbureted) 1993 ~ 1995
Civic 1.2L (Carbureted) 1992 ~ 1996
Civic 1.2L (Carbureted) 1991 ~ 1992

Honda Accord
Accord 2.2L 1994 ~ 1997

Motorists should only use E-10 gasoline from oil companies/distributors who complied with PNS/DOE QS 008:2006 E-gasoline specifications or look for the marking that says “This E-gasoline contains 10% Bioethanol. Generally recommended for fuel-injection engines” on their dispensing pumps.

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