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Old 11-11-2018   #1
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5w30 or 0w30 for DPF Fiat 500L?

From what I could gather online, my 1.3 litre 2016 500L came with this oil as factory fill (euro 5 5w30): http://www.selenia.com/en/dettaglio-....asp?code=1412

but this oil is the recommended one for later changes (euro 6 0w30): http://www.selenia.com/en/dettaglio-....asp?code=1388

Well, the WR Forward is considerably more expensive than the Pure Energy. Is it worth the price?

For 5 litres, we're talking about 35 vs 65.

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Re: 5w30 or 0w30 for DPF Fiat 500L?

Ok, I believe my engine is a MultiJet II, with 70Kw power, and Euro 6 specs, so I'll be using the 0w30.
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Re: 5w30 or 0w30 for DPF Fiat 500L?

Make sure to use the oil specifications in your manual (my manual was from a different Fiat, so I had a look at the online one with my reg number).

For me it was Fiat's 9.55535-DS1 in my 2015 1.3 Multijet 500l - as long as it meets spec, it's good (I'm using Castarol from last year's change by the way, it's made my engine quite noisy, I'm going back to Selenia; I think the Shell Helix is quite good but I'm sticking to Selenia).
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