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Meet the Top 10 Coolest Flex-Fuel Vehicles for 2018

Submitted by on April 7, 2018 – 6:24 pmNo Comment

by Landon Hall (Fuel Freedom Foundation)  The flex-fuel movement really began with the 1994 Ford Taurus, whose on-board computer told the engine how to distinguish between gasoline and higher ethanol blends. Pretty cool, right?

But FFVs have come a long way, baby. We sorted through the Renewable Fuel Association’s helpful brochure listing the 2018 vehicles that can run on any combination of gasoline and ethanol, up to 85 percent. And we arrived at our 10 favorites!

Without further ado:


10. Toyota Sequoia (5.7-liter engine, MSRP starting at $48,300)

9. Jeep Renegade (2.4L, $27,145)

8. GMC Yukon (5.3L, $50,395)

7. Ford Escape (2.5L, $23,850)

6. Chevy Silverado(6.0L, $47,895)

5. Chrysler 300 (3.6L, $28,995)

4. Chevy Impala (3.6L, $27,895)

3. Nissan Frontier (4.0L, $18,990)

2. Dodge Charger (3.6L, $29,590)

1. Mercedes GLE350 (3.5L, $54,700)

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