MOTORING MYTHS QUIZ

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    • This was the stupidest quiz I've ever taken. Of course filling your car up with 98 octane is better for it. Why would particular Australian models (I'm thinking new Mazda CX-9, correct me if I'm wrong) receive a boost in power when filled up with 98 if it was rubbish?

      1 month ago
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      • It's not rubbish. There will be some cars that it will be beneficial and/or required (it will be stated in the owner's manual) but if your car does not need it - you should not be using...Read more
        1 month ago
      • I disagree. Besides the fact that a large portion of new cars these days are running smaller, turbo charged engines that require 95-98 ethanol and running them on 89 or regular...Read more
        1 month ago
    • Siete delle teste di cazzo, è un test di merda, andate a raccogliere pomodori anziché scrivere su sto sito del cazzo.

      2 months ago
    • Mercedes benz spent millions researching paint colours.... they revealed that silver was actually the fastest due to the fact that the particles in the silver paint made for better coverage with the least amount ofpaint applied. Thus reducing the weight.

      2 months ago
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    • The high octane question is bs, it depends on the car... the red car question is bs, as are several others. Don't make a quiz if the answers are so subjective you have to guess what the quiz-maker's been thinking when he made it.

      2 months ago
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      • You need to think of the rule, not the exceptions. Unless your car requires high-octane or premium it is not remotely better for your engine.
        2 months ago
      • Which, for a site which, as a rule, caters to performance cars... tends to be the case. Look at the rule this way: if your car DOES require premium, not using it is dangerous for your...Read more
        2 months ago
    • I really thought this was more scientific. Some things are correct but some can be true and false and some things are plain wrong.

      2 months ago
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