The model is just a regular car. Use the standard 95 octane from a big
company to ensure best formula. Anything else is a complete waste of money.
Why on earth would one want to use 100 octane, and from were would you get
Never seen it at a petrol station in UK, Germany, France, NL....
The vast majority of cars run optimally on 95 octane.
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