Diesel versions require a 5W-30 synthetic low sap product to ensure the correct protection and performance of the DPF system. Some Petrol versions have the option to use 10W-40 but we recommend a synthetic 5W-40 for improved cold starting and fuel economy benefits for all petrol engines. It’s important to check the service interval as outlined in the owner’s manual, as this varies dependent on engine version and year of manufacture.
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