Flex-fuel vehicles ramp up fleets
Dodge Stratus Sedan (shown), Chrysler Sebring Sedan, Dodge Caravan SE and Grand Caravan SE, and Dodge Ram 1500 Quad Cab and Regular Cab models are Flexible-Fuel Vehicles (FFVs) that use E85 (85% ethanol and 15% gasoline), regular unleaded gasoline, or any combination of the two fuels for economical fleet operations that involve transporting people or hauling cargo. Ethanol is a renewable, naturally oxygenated, 105-octane, alcohol fuel derived from grain or corn that produces lower greenhouse exhaust emissions than gasoline. Sebring and Stratus sedans are equipped with 2.7-liter, V6 Flex-Fuel Engines; Caravan and Grand Caravan SE offer 3.3-liter, V6 Flex-Fuel Engines; and Dodge Ram 1500 pickups have 4.7-liter, Magnum V8 Flex-Fuel Engines. Passenger FFVs are certified to California ULEV 1 and EPA Tier 2 standards. RAM FFV truck is certified under EPA Interim Tier 2 standards for federal fleet sales.