Flex-fuel vehicles are designed to run on fuels from regular unleaded, super unleaded (10% ethanol) or any blend of ethanol up to 85% -- hence the name “flexible fuel.” Higher blends of ethanol, such as E85, have higher octane, higher performance fuels are cleaner-burning and environmentally friendly, reducing harmful hydrocarbon and greenhouse gas emissions.
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John Deere is expanding its popular line of ZTrak mowers by adding a Flex Fuel model to its fleet. The new, industry exclusive, Z925M Flex Fuel is compatible with ethanol blends up to E85, giving contractors a new alternative fuel option for their fleets. With a 24.6 hp* electronic fuel injected engine, the Z925M Flex Fuel can run on any blend of ethanol-mixed fuel, up to E85, and it has a top speed of 10 mph. Offered in 54- and 60-inch widths, it comes equipped with a 7-Iron™ deck, for maximum durability.These models feature Electronic Fuel Injection to reduce fuel costs, while allowing any blend up to E85 to be used. Customers can upgrade from a regular Z925 EFI model to a Z925 Flex Fuel (with EFI) model for approximately $250.