The benefits of E-10 are clear
Higher octane: The ethanol in E-10 Unleaded adds two to three points of octane to ordinary unleaded gasoline–helping improve engine performance.
Every major automaker in the world approves its use: From Chrysler to Volvo, every car maker says E-10 Unleaded is a good fuel choice—and many recommend its use for its clean air benefits.
Cleaner fuel injectors: E-10 Unleaded helps prevent the build-up of power-robbing deposits in fuel injection systems—keeping important engine parts cleaner.
Kansas-made product: The ethanol in E-10 Unleaded is made right here in Kansas from Kansas corn and grain sorghum—helping Kansas agriculture and boosting our economy.
Reduced dependence on foreign oil: Since E-10 Unleaded is made with renewable resources we grow right here, we help reduce our reliance on foreign oil.
Prevents gas line freeze up: The ethanol in E-10 Unleaded suspends moisture in your fuel system—eliminating the need for gas tank additives in cold weather.
GET WITH IT for Your Car
E-10 Unleaded with Ethanol is approved under warranty guidelines by every major automaker in the world. And every domestic automobile manufacturer recommends oxygenated fuels—including E-10 Unleaded with Ethanol.
GET WITH IT for the Environment
E-10 Unleaded with Ethanol reduces emissions of carbon monoxide and other toxins that pollute the air–and helps offset greenhouse gas emissions caused by burning fossil fuels.
GET WITH IT for the Kansas Economy
The ethanol industry in Kansas employs hundreds of people and generates hundreds of other jobs in added industries. The prospects for growth are great.
GET WITH IT for Kansas Agriculture
Ethanol is a huge market for Kansas grain—using over 45 million bushels of sorghum and corn each year. That number continues to grow—that means a growing market for the millions of bushels of corn and grain sorghum that Kansas farmers produce annually.
GET WITH IT for America’s Energy Future
Ethanol production today reduces the demand for imported oil by more than 90,000 barrels per day—and that’s just the beginning.