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From the tests that I've seen, E85 gets less MPG. Here are a couple:

http://www.edmunds.com/fuel-economy/e85-vs-gasoline-comparison-test.html http://www.cars.com/go/advice/Story.jsp?section=fuel&subject=fuelAlt&story=e85

An interesting fact about E85 that not all people know is that it's more resistant to detonation so some high performance enthusiasts will use it to extract more power out of their cars.

From the tests that I've seen, E85 gets less MPG. Here are a couple:

http://www.edmunds.com/fuel-economy/e85-vs-gasoline-comparison-test.html http://www.cars.com/go/advice/Story.jsp?section=fuel&subject=fuelAlt&story=e85

An interesting fact about E85 that not all people know is that it's more resistant to detonation so some high performance enthusiasts will use it to extract more power out of their cars.

From the tests that I've seen, E85 gets less MPG. Here are a couple:

An interesting fact about E85 that not all people know is that it's more resistant to detonation so some high performance enthusiasts will use it to extract more power out of their cars.

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From the tests that I've seen, E85 gets less MPG. Here are a couple:

http://www.edmunds.com/fuel-economy/e85-vs-gasoline-comparison-test.html http://www.cars.com/go/advice/Story.jsp?section=fuel&subject=fuelAlt&story=e85

An interesting fact about E85 that not all people know is that it's more resistant to detonation so some high performance enthusiasts will use it to extract more power out of their cars.