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Toyota Camry 2001: Can it be converted to LPG?

Asked by Rob.

Is it ok to convert a 2001 Toyota Camry CSX to LPG, and would it affect the engine performance? I currently use 95-octane petrol, but can the car use 98 or E10?

Answered by CarsGuide

13 Jul 2011 Graham Smith

Your car as the 2.2-litre four-cylinder engine, which can be converted to run on LPG with confidence, and there are kits available for it. It can also use 98-octane unleaded petrol, and Toyota says it can also use E10.

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