Subject: BMW oil change kit
Application: 2008-2011 BMW 528i with 3.0L Engine
Part Number: J1A6113-J
(OEM BMW LL-01 Approved and OEM Oil Filter)
Release Date: 3/9/2015
Blauparts would like to announce our BMW oil change kits for the 528i models.
Keep your BMW 528i oil change maintenance up to date with our Official OE oil change kits. Our BMW oil change kits for the 528i 3.0 liter engine feature the appropriate quantity of factory approved BMW LL-01 fully synthetic 5w30 German Ravenol HCL oil and an OEM oil filter.
About Ravenol Oil: RAVENOL oil is 100% genuine German. Manufactured and bottled in Germany since 1946! RAVENOL mixes and bottles their own proprietary premium blend and brand of oils to the highest European O.E.M quality standards. RAVENOL oils are unique in that they have TOTAL CONTROL over the QUALITY during their manufacturing process. Their lubricants are manufactured within their own refinery and factory in Germany to the highest European O.E.M quality standards and have been awarded many O.E.M APPROVALS for superior quality.
We wish to thank our loyal customers for their continued support! Blauparts vision is to provide the highest quality products along with the best customer service to our customers! Our BMW oil change kits are an excellent reflection of the official OE quality BMW automobiles should be serviced with. Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have on our oil change kits.
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What is the Best BMW Oil Change Interval? Our Blauparts oil change kits are designed for the factory recommended BMW oil change intervals of 10,000-15,000 miles. However depending on difficult driving style and conditions Blauparts recommends an earlier oil change interval such a 5,000-8,000 miles or every 6 months. An earlier BMW oil change interval is good preventative maintenance in an effort to minimize long term engine repair costs.
BMW Approved Oil? There is a difference between an engine oil that “meets” an oil specification and an oil that has “approvals” or O.E.M approved specification. An oil that has an “oem approval” has received a formal letter of approval from the car manufacturer that the oil specified can be used in their engines whereas an oil that “meets” an oil specification has not received a formal letter of approval from the car manufacturer.
BMW Oil Change and Warranty? Blauparts recommends that any vehicle with factory warranty use an oil with formal factory O.E.M approvals for the required O.E.M oil specification.