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AMSOIL Launches Refreshed Synthetic European Motor Oil

The newly renamed AMSOIL 100% Synthetic European Motor Oil features new labels and two new products.

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AMSOIL INC. introduced a refreshed synthetic European motor oil line that it said will further meet the demands of modern European vehicles.

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The newly renamed AMSOIL 100% Synthetic European Motor Oil features new labels and two new products, SAE 0W-20 LS and SAE 0W-20 LS-VW, to meet the latest specifications from import nameplate manufacturers such as BMW and VW.

AMSOIL European Motor Oil is now available in the following varieties:

  • SAE 0W-20 LS
  • SAE 0W-20 LS-VW 
  • SAE 0W-40 FS
  • SAE 5W-30 LS
  • SAE 5W-40 MS
  • SAE 5W-40 FS

AMSOIL European Motor Oil is formulated for use in gasoline or diesel vehicles that require any of the following specifications: 

0W-40 (EFO): API SN, SM…; ACEA A3/B3, A3/B4; BMW LL-01; MB 229.1, 229.3, 229.5; Porsche A40; Renault 0700, 0710; VW 502.00, 505.00 

5W-40 (EFM): API SN, SM…; ACEA A3/B3, A3/B4; BMW LL-01; GM LL-B-025; Renault 0700, 0710 Manufacturer Approvals: * MB-Approval 229.5; Porsche A40; VW 502.00, 505.00 

5W-30 (AEL): API SN; SM…; ACEA C3; BMW LL-04; Porsche C30; GM dexos 2; Chrysler MS-11106; MB 229.51 Manufacturer Approvals: * VW 504.00, 507.00 

5W-40 (AFL): API SN, SM, CF…; ACEA C3; Chrysler MS-10850; GM dexos 2; VW 502.00, 505.01; Ford WSS-M2C917-A; Renault 0700, 0710; BMW Longlife-04 Manufacturer Approvals: * MB-Approval 229.51; Porsche A40

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0W-20 (AFE): API SN-PLUS (Resource Conserving); SN, SM…; ILSAC GF-5; ACEA C5; A1/B1; BMW LL-17FE+; MB 229.71; Ford WSS-M2C947-B1; Opel/Vauxhall OV0401547; Fiat 9.55535-GSX; Chrysler MS-12145; Volvo VCC RBS0-2AE

0W-20 (EZT): API SN-PLUS, SN…; ACEA C5; VW 508.00/509.00

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