7 liters 5W-30 BMW 135i motor oil, oil filter, and hardware for 3.0L 24V E82 and E88 applications. Oil carries OEM approval for BMW Longlife-01 oil standard.
- 1 What kind of oil does a BMW 1 series take?
- 2 Which engine oil is recommended for BMW?
- 3 Can I use 5w30 in my BMW?
- 4 How many quarts of oil does a 2008 BMW 135i take?
- 5 Can I use 5w40 instead of 5W30?
- 6 What kind of oil does a BMW 1 Series 116d take?
- 7 What oil do BMW dealers use?
- 8 Does BMW need special oil?
- 9 Is Mobil oil Good for BMW?
- 10 Does BMW take special oil?
- 11 Can I put 5w40 in my BMW?
- 12 What is the difference between 5w40 and 5W30?
What kind of oil does a BMW 1 series take?
Motor oil Helix Ultra ECT 5W-30 fully complies with the specification for the 118i (N13 F21 125kW) (1 Series) (PT) (2012-) and is the ideal lubricant for this car BMW.
Which engine oil is recommended for BMW?
Oil for most BMW passenger vehicles and SAVs: Valvoline SynPower SAE 5W-30. Castrol Syntec European Formula SAE 0W-30. Beginning in 2015, BMW is recommending Shell/Pennzoil PurePlus Oils as their aftermarket oil.
Can I use 5w30 in my BMW?
BMW has a set list of oil brands and types that are safe to use in their vehicles. Oil for BMW’s must have an API rating of SM or higher; your recommended SAE grade* will vary based on climate. A few of the recommended oils for your 2007 BMW include Mobil 1 SAE 0W-40 and Valvoline SynPower SAE 5W-30.
How many quarts of oil does a 2008 BMW 135i take?
Capacity: 6.9 quarts (with filter)After refill check oil level.
Can I use 5w40 instead of 5W30?
In practice, this means that each oil is just as viscous at lower temperatures and will remain viscous at -30°C, however 5w40 oil outperforms 5w30 oils at higher temperatures, being effective up to ambient temperatures of 50°C, as opposed to 30°C.
What kind of oil does a BMW 1 Series 116d take?
Motor oil Helix Ultra ECT 5W-30 fully complies with the specification for the 116d (N47 F21 85kW) (1 Series) (DT) (2012-) and is the ideal lubricant for this car BMW.
What oil do BMW dealers use?
BMW Dealers predominantly use BMW’s original Twin Power Turbo engine oil branded as BMW Advantec synthetic oil or Genuine BMW Engine. In 2015 BMW changed from Castrol Oil (British Petroleum) to Shell Oil for making its proprietory synthetic motor oil.
Does BMW need special oil?
With motor oil being the most important fluid next to gasoline in your BMW vehicle, it’s important that you don’t scrimp on the quality or type of motor oil you put in your BMW. That’s why BMW recommends the exclusive use of synthetic motor oils inside all BMW engines.
Is Mobil oil Good for BMW?
There are a range of Mobil™ engine oils suitable for the different series of BMW cars such as the BMW 3 series or X3, including oils suitable for petrol engines and oils suitable for diesel engines.
Does BMW take special oil?
Do BMW Group vehicles require special oil? BMW Group vehicles require engine oils that meet the specifications developed by BMW, which vary depending on the make, model, and year of the vehicle. All BMW Group engine oils meet BMW Group specifications for all Group engines.
Can I put 5w40 in my BMW?
Registered. The Castrol oil that BMW used to spec was midway between a 30 and 40 weight. Anything from 0W30 to 5W40 will be fine if it has the LL-98 or LL-01 rating.
What is the difference between 5w40 and 5W30?
5w40 is engine oil that indicates the weight and viscosity of the engine. Its lower viscosity is 5 and higher viscosity is 40. 5w30 has lower viscosity hence it is suitable to use in hot or lower temperatures. 5w40 has higher viscosity hence it is not suitable at all temperatures.