Does our petrol van require AdBlue?

I have recently bought a 2018 Volkswagen Caddy Maxi 1.0 TSI and have just noticed a small factory label on the top left windscreen, stating "this vehicle requires AdBlue". Is this correct, as I was led to believe that only diesel engines required it?

Asked on 2 August 2019 by Shaun Walton

Answered by Dan Powell
Petrol engines do not use Adblue. I imagine the Caddy has had a new windscreen at some point in its life and the fitter has forgotten to take the label off.
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