Guys, just wanted you to know that I've successfully used RON 92 petrol for some time now with my Hyundai Sonata. Absolutely no problem at all. Not that I expected any, cause I checked the manual and it says that the Sonata's engine supports a minimum of RON 91. Price savings are small at this time, only 4 cents a liter. With an average consumption of 225 L a month, that saves me RM 9 (US$ 3) a month. Small, but better than nothing! After all, running at RON 97 will not give me any benefit. BTW, the small price difference is due to the fact that the subsidy for RON 92 petrol is far less than it is for RON 97. So by using RON 92, I'm indirectly helping the government save a little on subsidy. LOL! Of course, that will probably change when the government removes or reduces petrol subsidy. When that happens, this could be a real money saver! If you are interested to try, be sure to check your car's manual and make sure the engine can support a minimum of RON 92. Not all car engines can. Also, not all petrol stations offer RON 92. AFAIK, most, if not all, Petronas stations do not. BHP stations do have RON 92.