List of flexible-fuel vehicles by car manufacturer

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This is a list of flexible-fuel vehicles by car manufacturer in alphabetical order:

Audi[edit]

Audi offers the following FFV (E85) models (at least in Sweden, Benelux, France, Germany and Switzerland ):

  • Audi A3 1.6e e-power E85 102 bhp
  • Audi A4 2.0 TFSI flexible fuel 180 bhp

Citroën[edit]

Citroën C3 flexible-fuel (Brazilian version),

Citroën offers the following FFV (E85) models (at least in Sweden, Benelux, France and Switzerland):

Dacia[edit]

All petrol driven Dacia Sanderos sold in Sweden are FlexFuel.

Dacia offers the following E85 models (at least in Sweden):[1]

Ford, GM, & Chrysler[edit]

Ford,[2] GM,[3] and Chrysler[4] offer the following vehicles in the US that use E85 (different models are available outside the US, depending on the country).

E85 FlexFuel Chevrolet HHR LS 2009 (USA).
E85 FlexFuel Chevrolet Impala LT 2009 (USA).
U.S. E85 FlexFuel Chevrolet Tahoe.
Ford E85 Flexfuel E-250 van.
The Ford Focus Flexifuel was the first E85 available in Europe.
Ford EcoSport Flex (Brazilian version).
Ford Ka Flex (Brazilian version).
Ford Fiesta Flex (Brazilian version).
2013
2012
2010
2009
  • 2.2L & 2.4L Chevrolet HHR
  • 4.6L Ford E-Series Van
  • 5.4L Ford E-Series Van
  • 5.4L Ford Expedition
  • 5.4L Ford Expedition EL/Max
  • 5.4L Lincoln Navigator
  • 5.4L Lincoln Navigator L
  • 3.5L Pontiac G6
2008
  • 2.7L Dodge Avenger
  • 5.3L V8 Chevrolet Silverado
  • 5.3L V8 Chevrolet Tahoe
  • 5.3L V8 Chevrolet Suburban
  • 5.3L V8 Chevrolet Avalanche
  • 3.5L V6 Chevrolet Impala
  • 5.3L V8 Chevrolet Express
  • 3.9L V6 Chevrolet Uplander
2007
  • Impala
  • 5.3L Chevrolet Silverado
  • 4.6L Ford Crown Victoria (2-valve, excluding taxi and police units)
  • 5.4L Ford F-150 (3-valve)
  • 5.3L GMC Sierra (LMG V8)
  • 4.6L Lincoln Town Car (2-valve)
  • 4.6L Mercury Grand Marquis
  • 4.7L Dodge Durango
  • 4.7L Dodge Ram Pickup 1500 Series
  • 4.7L Chrysler Aspen
  • 4.7L Jeep Commander
  • 4.7L Jeep Grand Cherokee
  • 4.7L Dodge Dakota
  • 3.3L Dodge Caravan, Grand Caravan and Caravan Cargo
  • 2.7L Chrysler Sebring Sedan
2006
  • 3.0L Ford Taurus sedan and wagon (2-valve)*
  • 4.6L Ford Crown Victoria (2-valve, excluding taxi and police units)
  • 5.4L Ford F-150 (3-valve. Available in December 2005)
  • 4.6L Lincoln Town Car (2-valve)
  • 4.6L Mercury Grand Marquis
2004–2005
  • 4.0L Explorer Sport Trac
  • 4.0L Explorer (4-door)
  • 3.0L Taurus sedan and wagon (2-valve)
2002–2004
  • 4.0L Explorer (4-door)
  • 3.0L Taurus sedan and wagon
  • 3.3L Dodge Caravan
2002–2003
  • 3.0L Supercab Ranger pickup 2WD
2001
  • 3.0L Supercab Ranger pickup 2WD
  • 3.0L Taurus LX, SE and SES sedan
1999 and 2000
  • 3.0L Ranger pickup 4WD and 2WD
  • 3.0L Taurus LX, SE and SES sedan

Many 1995–98 Taurus 3.0L Sedans are also FFVs

Note: * denotes fleet purchase only

Ford of Europe[edit]

Ford of Europe offers the following FFV (E85) models (at least in Sweden, Benelux, France, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, and Finland):

Ford Brazil[edit]

Ford do Brasil offers the following vehicles in the Brazilian market under the label "Flex". These vehicles, are capable of running on any blend from E20-E25 to E100

Fiat[edit]

Fiat Siena Flex (Brazilian version).

Fiat offers the following vehicles in the Brazilian market under the label "Flex". These vehicles, including the motorcycle, are capable of running on any blend from E20-E25 to E100

Honda[edit]

Honda City flex (Brazilian version).
Honda CG 150 Titan Mix, the first flex-fuel motorcycle sold in the world.

Honda offers the following vehicles in the Brazilian market under the label "Flex". These vehicles, including the motorcycle, are capable of running on any blend from E20-E25 to E100.

Automobiles
Motorcycles


See also Honda's Brazilian flex-fuel vehicles.

Hyundai[edit]

Hyundai offers the following vehicles in the Brazilian market:

Kia Motors[edit]

Kia Motors offers the following vehicle in the Brazilian market.

Mercedes Benz[edit]

Mercedes Benz offers the following vehicles in the North American market that use E85:[6]

2008-
2007
2005
  • Mercedes-Benz (W203 platform) C240 Luxury Sedan & Wagon 2.6L
  • Mercedes-Benz (W203 platform) C320 Sedan, Sport Sedan & Wagon 3.2L (2003–2005)

Mitsubishi[edit]

Mitsubishi Pajero TR4 Flex (Brazilian version).
Nissan Tiida flex-fuel (Brazilian version).

Mitsubishi offers the following vehicles in the Brazilian market under the label "Flex" because they are capable of running on any blend from E20-E25 to E100

In the Thai market are produced and sold the following models capable of running on any blend between E20 to E85:

Nissan[edit]

Nissan offers the following vehicles in the Brazilian market under the label "Flex" because they are capable of running on any blend from E20-E25 to E100

Peugeot[edit]

Peugeot offers the following FFV (E85) models (at least in Sweden, Benelux, France and Switzerland):

Renault[edit]

Renault Clio HiFlex (Brazil).

Renault offers the following FFV (E85) models (at least in Sweden, Benelux, France and Switzerland):

Saab[edit]

Saab 9-3 SportComi BioPower.

Saab offers the following vehicles in the European and Australian markets that use E85:.[7]

SEAT[edit]

SEAT offers the following FFV (E85) models under the label "MultiFuel":

Škoda Auto[edit]

Toyota Corolla Flex (Brazilian version).

Škoda offers the following FFV (E85) models (at least in Sweden, Benelux, France and Switzerland):

Toyota[edit]

Toyota offers the following vehicles in the Brazilian market under the label "Flex". These vehicles, including the motorcycle, are capable of running on any blend from E20-E25 to E100

Volvo[edit]

The 2005 Volvo FlexiFuel S40 was one of the first E85 flex-fuel cars by a Swedish automaker.

Volvo offers the following vehicles in the European market that use E85:[8]

Volkswagen[edit]

The 2003 VW Gol 1.6 Total Flex was the first flexible-fuel vehicle produced in Brazil, runs on any blend of gasoline and ethanol E100.
VW CrossFox TotalFlex (Brazilian version).

Volkswagen offers the following vehicles in the Brazilian market under the label "Total Flex" because they are capable of running on any blend from E20-E25 to E100

The following E85 "Multifuel" models are offered in Sweden, Benelux and Switzerland

There's currently no E85 models offered in Germany. The offered "BiFuel" cars

do only combine Gasoline (E10) with a separate Cargas Tank.

Yamaha[edit]

Yamaha offers the following vehicles in the Brazilian market under the label "Blueflex":

Motorcycles

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Swedish website of Dacia" (in Swedish). Renault Nordic AB. Retrieved 2012-01-09. 
  2. ^ "Ford FFVs" (PDF). National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition. Retrieved 2008-10-22. 
  3. ^ "GM FFVs" (PDF). National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition. Retrieved 2008-10-22. 
  4. ^ "Chrysler FFVs" (PDF). National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition. Retrieved 2008-10-22. 
  5. ^ Hyundai HB20 a Brazil-exclusive flex-fuel car, coming in October
  6. ^ "Mercedes Benz FFVs" (PDF). National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition. Retrieved 2008-10-22. 
  7. ^ "Saab BioPower cars". Saab. Archived from the original on 2008-06-17. Retrieved 2008-10-22. 
  8. ^ "Flexifuel fuel up naturally". Volvo International. Archived from the original on 2008-06-17. Retrieved 2008-10-22.  Click on the tab Flexifuel car range

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