Got mine for $20,500. After TTL $22,361.Got the car for $20,164 Looking forward to joining this community!!
Well if Nissan says to use it, than the engine knock sensor will have to constantly work. Eventually, it may break cause MAJOR engine problems.i actually brought this up when i purchased my car. i previously drove a 2002 Subaru WRX which comes with a turbo. those vehicles (and other cars which have turbo's) require 91+ octane fuel because of the way the turbo works. i inquired at the dealership and got answers from three different people. each said that despite what the manual claims, 91 octane fuel is not required. you MIGHT see a small performance decline but its unlikely. they also mentioned that flip flopping between 87 octane and 91+ octane fuel is what would actually cause more issues then anythning else.
Either they'll telling the truth, which i tend to believe them, or they see the requirement of 91+ octane fuel as something that would deter customers of the 3.5L which invoices a bit higher...?