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What’s everyone using for fuel, 87/89/91?
I’m less than 1/4 tank and leaving town in a bit.
 

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87 here/good travels tomorrow
Thanks. I’m almost excited have my Passport all to myself! I’ve been sharing with to many this first week...Dealership, tint shop, America’s Tire, DMV, and the guys at the Elite Clear Bra today!
 

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87. That's what Honda recommends. Why even think about using 89 or 91/92?
 
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87 from Costco..., two tanks so far, doing fine...
 

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87. Always Top Tier. No desire to put off-brand gas in our babies, since we keep them forever. 91/93 is a waste of $ unless your engine calls for it, IMHO.
 

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Transport man,
How is getting the car seat in and out of the back seat? I noticed the doors don’t open as wide as my element but don’t hit you in the butt either. Hope you are getting some sleep. Pretty cool to have such a nice ride and fun family at 25. High Five!! I was driving a Nissan pulsar at that age with over 175,000 miles that I got for 1,500.00.
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Transport man,
How is getting the car seat in and out of the back seat? I noticed the doors don’t open as wide as my element but don’t hit you in the butt either. Hope you are getting some sleep. Pretty cool to have such a nice ride and fun family at 25. High Five!! I was driving a Nissan pulsar at that age with over 175,000 miles that I got for 1,500.00.
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I haven't had any issues with the car seat and door openings, it's been great with tons of room for everyone and everything. Much better than the Fit, that the lady drives (and absolutely loves, so a more practical car is out of the question on her end), and the f350, that we traded in for the Passport. As far as the young age, we've been fortunate and working hard thus far!
 

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87. Always Top Tier. No desire to put off-brand gas in our babies, since we keep them forever. 91/93 is a waste of $ unless your engine calls for it, IMHO.
^ this and I use strictly Costco for 10+ years. Top tier, always less $$ and the tanks on road trips from misc stations including BP have shown worce mileages
 

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Top-tier 87
 

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I actually called the dealership for this and they confirmed what everyone else said. 87, top tier only.
 

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Why is this even a question?
Fuel systems are built and designed to achieve the maximum mileage with power and torque as part of the equation.
 
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