UPDATE: This morning, AAA announced that Americans wasted $2.1 BILLION in 2015 purchasing premium fuel that their cars did not require. If you’re driving anything other than these 485 cars, stop spending extra money.
A .pdf with a complete list of all 485 2017 and 2016 models with a premium fuel requirement is at the end of this article.
Conventional wisdom suggests that the price of gasoline has plummeted since the dark days of 2009. But if you’re driving a car with a premium fuel requirement, your gasoline cost has skyrocketed in the last decade, to the point where it’s eroding a large percentage of the savings that regular fuel users have enjoyed.
And the list of cars that require — not just recommend — premium fuel grows every year.