No E85 is even worse at up to 85% ethanol. That stuff will basically destroy an engine not designed for it by eating through seals and the like!!Good old E-85 (I assume that's the same thing). More expensive to produce, lower mpg, would cost more than gas without subsidies, and puts more wear and tear on your car's engine....Thanks EPA.
And the real kicker for me is that E85 gives so much less power per gallon(in other words MPG) that it is usually more expensive to run even though it is priced less per gallon.
If I could guarantee that it was better for the environment(say used waste products etc. verses corn), actually reduced our reliance on foreign oil and was a little closer in MPG I'd be all for it. Problem is I don't see it that way right now.