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  1. Gen 5: 2017-2022 (UK 2018-2023) CR-V
    Did a search and didn't find much discussion re: this topic. Most responses were very anti-E-15 saying that the Honda engine was not designed for its use to which I say "bunk." E-15 is a higher octane fuel and I've used it without any problem in my 2017 CRV EX for four years now (and used it...
  2. Gen 3: 2007-2011 (UK 2007-2012) CR-V
    We have owned our 2007 CR-V since new. Currently we have about 113,xxx miles on it. I have always used ethanol free fuel in it. I've read that ethanol free fuel may not be available after this year. It looks like I may have to change over sooner or later. Am I headed for a world of hurt or just...
  3. Gen 3: 2007-2011 (UK 2007-2012) CR-V
    has anyone experimented with running ethanol free fuel in a gen 3? I saw the mileage vs. cost to be pretty much a wash in my ranger but many said the no ethanol was better for the engine. thoughts? Later,
  4. Gen 1: 1996-2001 (UK 1995-2001) CR-V
    I own 1999 CRV, engine code B20B8. According to my knowledge B20B8 is the B20 type sold in Australia. I'm not rue how it relates to the engines B20Z3 sold in US at the same time. One difference I'm aware of is that my B20B8 has ODB-1 diagnotics only (i.e. a single upstream oxygen sensor only)...
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