The EPA estimated mpg. is to be used for comparison purposes, actual mileage may be different from the estimated mpg., depending on your driving speed, weather conditions and trip length. Your actual highway mileage will probably be less than the estimated mpg.
Operating your Porsche in other Countries
Government regulations in the United States and Canada require that automobiles meet specific emission regulations and safety standards. Therefore, cars built for the U.S. and Canada differ from vehicles sold in other countries.
If you plan to take your Porsche outside the continental limits of the United States or Canada, there is the possibility that
– unleaded fuel may not be available;
– unleaded fuel may have a considerably lower octane rating. Excessive engine knock and serious damage to both engine
and catalytic converters could result;
– service may be inadequate due to lack of proper service facilities, tools or diagnostic equipment;
– replacement parts may not be available or very difficult to get.
Porsche cannot be responsible for the mechanical damage that could result because of inadequate fuel, service or parts availability.
If you purchased your Porsche abroad and want to bring it back home, be sure to find out about shipping and forwarding requirements, as well as current import and customs regulations.
Refueling Fire Risk
Fuel Vapors and Skin Contact
Risk of injury through the inhalation of poisonous fuel vapors or skin contact with fuel.
Fuel and fuel vapors are hazardous to health.
To prevent damage to the emission control system and engine:
Check engine warning light
If the warning lights in the instrument panel and onboard computer come on and remain on while driving, it suggests:
– a potential engine control problem and the need for system service or
– an improperly fastened tank cap or
– refueling with engine running.
Opening the filler flap
The filler opening is under the filler flap in the front right fender.
The filler flap is centrally locked along with the other locks.