Porsche Macan Engine Oil Types

When shopping for Porsche Macan engine oils, many owners wonder what type of oil specification their model uses. Blauparts is here to help! In this blog article we've put together a Macan oil specification application list or guide to help you determine the correct Porsche engine oil spec and OEM approved oil that you will need when changing your Macan engine oil. We offer a full line of premium German OEM approved Porsche oils and our convenient oil change kits that include the necessary quantity of oil, oil specification, oil filter, and hardware.

With our long history as an independent service garage with over 30 years of hands-on experience in European automotive service, we've seen many mechanical breakdowns on vehicles. Experience has shown that changing your oils and fluids is the single most important preventive maintenance routine you can perform to avoid vehicle breakdowns. Regular oil change intervals and using high quality OEM approved engine oils can greatly help extend the life of your engine to well over 150,000 miles and beyond.

DISCLAIMER: The Porsche Macan engine oil information on this page should not be used as a substitute for what your vehicle owner's manual, factory service manual, or authorized Porsche dealer recommends. Consult your owner's manual for the correct type of Porsche oil that is to be used for your specific Porsche model. The Porsche oil specifications referenced in the article are used internationally. However, the Porsche engine and year applications referenced here apply only to Porsche models available in the USA.

Recommended Porsche Macan Oil Specifications

How to confirm which Porsche oil specification is right for your Macan engine? 

The recommended Porsche Macan oil, specifications, quality standards, and oil viscosity weight are specified in your owner's manual. Always consult a service manual, or your owner's manual for your vehicle to confirm what type of specific fluids or oils are required for your Macan model. These specifications can typically be referenced in the owner's manual index under engine oil or operating fluids. If you have lost your owner's manual and are having difficulty determining what type of Macan oil to use, you may wish to refer to our BLAU® Oil Change Kits for the Porsche Macan models, which match the correct Porsche oil specification, oil filter, and hardware for each specific Macan model and engine type.

Types of oil used in Porsche Macan Model Engines 

  • 2015-2018 Porsche Macan 3.6L V6 turbo gasoline models use Porsche A40 oil spec (Turbo model). 
  • 2015-2018 Porsche Macan 3.0L V6 turbo gasoline models use Porsche A40 oil spec (S and GTS model).
  • 2019-2021 Porsche Macan 3.0L V6 turbo gasoline models use Porsche C20 oil spec (S model).
  • 2020-2021 Porsche Macan 2.9L V6 turbo gasoline models use Porsche C30 oil spec (GTS and Turbo model).
  • 2017-2018 Porsche Macan 2.0L L4 turbo gasoline models use Porsche C30 oil spec (Base model). 
  • 2019-2021 Porsche Macan 2.0L L4 turbo gasoline models use Porsche C20 oil spec (Base model).

Porsche Macan Oil Fill Capacities 

It is also important not to overfill your engine with oil. The below charts recommend adding 0.5 liter Less engine oil than the total oil capacity called for Porsche Macan. After you change the oil and filter, start the engine, and run it until you reach the full operating temperature of approximately 180 F. Typically, it will take around 15 minutes to achieve engine operating temperature. With the vehicle on level ground, wait a minute or two once the engine is shut off, and then check the dipstick oil level or use the vehicle onboard Multimedia Interface computer system to check the oil level. Fill the engine to the full mark. This is the correct way to check the engine oil level and avoiding overfilling the engine crankcase when performing your Porsche Macan oil change. Following this procedure allows the oil in the engine to warm up and expand so that the dipstick reflects the accurate level of oil in the engine. It is also good to make sure your engine and oil is warm before draining because this allows the oil to flow or drain down to the engines oil pan sump for a more thorough and complete draining of the old engine oil.

Overfilling the engine oil is a common mistake. If you check your Macan oil level when the engine is cold, remember the oil has not fully expanded and if you top off the oil to the maximum level on the dip stick when the engine is cooler, you will likely overfill your engine. If you overfill the engine oil, the excess oil expands, resulting in excess crankcase pressure and can make its way into the engine's crankcase ventilation breather hoses, PVC valves and EGR systems. The excess oil will create above normal engine crankcase pressure, and above normal oil smog, or mist, known as blowby. The excess blowby can pollute the air the engine is ingesting for combustion and impairs the engine PCV ventilation and the EGR systems. When the engine experiences repeated overfilling, the excess blowby will likely contribute to an oily carbon buildup on the topside of the engine's intake and exhaust valves. Over time, repeated overfilling can also cause oily residue and carbon buildup in expensive emission system components and cause catalytic converters, EGR valves, oxygen sensors, EGT sensors, and engine particulate filters (PDF) to plug up and fail prematurely.

Porsche Macan Oil Fill Capacity 

  • 2015-2018 Porsche Macan 3.6L V6 turbo gasoline engine oil fill capacity is 8 liters or 8.5 quarts (Turbo model). 
  • 2015-2018 Porsche Macan 3.0L V6 turbo gasoline engine oil fill capacity is 8 liters or 8.5 quarts (S and GTS model). 
  • 2020-2021 Porsche Macan 2.9L V6 turbo gasoline engine oil fill capacity is 7.5 liters or 7.9 quarts (GTS and Turbo model). 
  • 2019-2021 Porsche Macan 3.0L V6 turbo gasoline engine oil fill capacity is 7.5 liters or 7.9 quarts (S model). 
  • 2017-2018 Porsche Macan 2.0L L4 turbo gasoline engine oil fill capacity is 4.7 liters or 4.9 quarts (Base model). 
  • 2019-2021 Porsche Macan 2.0L L4 turbo gasoline engine oil fill capacity is 5.2 liters or 5.5 quarts (Base model).

What is the best Porsche Macan oil change interval? 

The recommended Macan oil change intervals will depend on the exact year and engine option. It is important to keep in mind, from the 2015 introduction of the Porsche Macans in the United States tot the present, the oil change intervals have had several updates. Below are the current (as of the publishing date of this article) Porsche Macan oil change intervals that are in accordance with engine options and engine types.

Porsche Macan Oil Change Intervals

  • 2015-2018 Porsche Macan 3.6L V6 turbo gas engine oil change interval is 10,000 miles or once a year, whichever accrues first. Or according to flexible on-board maintenance system (Turbo model).
  • 2015-2018 Porsche Macan 3.0L V6 turbo gas engine oil change interval is 10,000 miles or once a year, whichever accrues first. Or according to flexible on-board maintenance system (S and GTS model).
  • 2020-2021 Porsche Macan 2.9L V6 turbo gas engine oil change interval is 10,000 miles or once a year, whichever accrues first. Or according to flexible on-board maintenance system (GTS and Turbo model).
  • 2019-2021 Porsche Macan 3.0L V6 turbo gas engine oil change interval is 10,000 miles or once a year, whichever accrues first. Or according to flexible on-board maintenance system (S model).
  • 2017-2018 Porsche Macan 2.0L L4 turbo gas engine oil change interval is 10,000 miles or once a year, whichever accrues first. Or according to flexible on-board maintenance system (Base model).
  • 2019-2021 Porsche Macan 2.0L L4 turbo gas engine oil change interval is 10,000 miles or once a year, whichever accrues first. Or according to flexible on-board maintenance system (Base model).

The above oil change interval recommendation of 10,000 miles or once a year should only be followed with an oil that has the OEM Porsche approved oil quality specifications, along with, an OEM oil filter designed for a 10,000-mile extended oil change interval. Using engine oils labeled without the correct Porsche oil specification, and using generic aftermarket oil filters, could lead to engine mechanical breakdowns and reliability issues associated with the vehicles emission system components.

Modern synthetic engine oils have motivated some owners to run their oil longer than the recommended change interval or oil change service. However, it is the best practice to stick to the Porsche recommended oil change interval. We feel that the vehicle manufacturers have done due diligence in defining what the correct engine oil specification requirements and quality standards should be, and precisely how many miles you should run the oil to ensure the best engine longevity. If you choose to run an oil with an OEM Approval beyond the recommended change interval, it would be a good practice to confirm it can be run safely beyond it, by collecting a sample of your used engine oil. After collecting the sample, you should send it to an oil analysis laboratory so they can analyze and test the oil to confirm it has not broken down, and it is still maintaining its ability to provide maximum lubrication protection for whatever length of oil change interval you may be choosing.

Under certain circumstances, we recommend performing oil changes intervals more frequently.

If your vehicle is exposed to any of the below driving conditions, you might want to consider changing the engine oil at 5,000 - 8,000 miles instead of 10,000 miles:

Examples:

  • The engine is new and is still going through the break-in period.
  • The engine is consistently under load, and subject to conditions such as commercial use, pulling trailers. Driving at sustained high speeds or spirited driving conditions.
  • Driving short distances or stop and go intermittent driving where full engine operating temperature is not reached. Especially in cold winter climates.
  • Running the engine at idle for an extended period.
  • Drive in extreme hot summer temperatures for an extended period.

What are Porsche engine oil quality standards (aka oil specs) and why are they important?

Worldwide there has been increased emphasis for vehicle manufacturers to reduce emissions, minimize their carbon footprint, and improve fuel economy. In the mid to late 1990's Porsche created and instituted their own internal engine oil quality standard and specification system to ensure optimal engine reliability and longevity. They were put into place to ensure a higher quality level of engine oil would be used in their engines instead of solely relying upon, and specifying the broader, and more general API or ACEA oil quality standards and specifications. Each Porsche oil quality specification denoted by letters and numbers (e.g. PORSCHE A40, PORSCHE C30, PORSCHE C20), signifies the necessary oil profile and chemical properties required for the oil to archive the correct performance level that is required for a specific Porsche engine application. It is also important to note, engine oils that have received OEM Porsche oil approvals have been tested more extensively than popular “off the shelve” oils, which typically are lower in quality and have a simpler set of oil specification parameters that only cover a broad or general range of lubrication requirements than those developed by Porsche. Engines and vehicle emission systems that experience mechanical issues or failures can often be linked to consumers using inferior low to mid quality grade engine oils for a prolonged period. Using the correct OEM approved Porsche oil specification for your engine requirements will offer the best possible performance, protection, and longevity for your engine.

Below you will find a full list of Porsche oil specifications for use in the Porsche Macan engines.

Can I use a non-approved oil in my Porsche Macan, or one that does not meet Porsche oil quality standards?

Conventional petroleum-based blends of motor oils are becoming a thing of the past and should not be used for the best results as noted above. Using conventional motor oils that do not have an OEM approved Porsche engine oil quality standard on the bottle label is very risky and not recommended.

New Porsche Macan engines, turbochargers, their fuel injection and emission system components, use an array of unique designs and materials. These engines and components are designed and engineered to operate within exact parameters, tolerances, and performance levels. The long-term use of low-quality generic engine oils that were not specifically designed for your engine could compromise the integrity of the engine and these related components. Always use engine oils the meet the exact Porsche oil specification for your specific Macan engine type. Additionally, using oils that do not meet the correct PORSCHE Macan oil specification could jeopardize your vehicles warranty.

What engine oil should be used when topping off my Porsche Macan engine oil? 

When topping off your Macan engine oil between oil changes, we encourage you to have an extra liter of the correct Porsche specification oil on hand. If you experience a low engine oil level emergency, having an extra liter of oil will help you to get through the remainder of the duration of your oil change interval. We discourage mixing oil brands and different types of oil since no two brand oil formulations are alike, especially, if the oil does not meet the correct Porsche oil specification. Purchasing an extra liter of oil helps ensure your prepared to use the right oil for topping up, just in case.

* If you experience a low engine oil level emergency and you do not have the correct PORSCHE oil quality specification available, as an alternative you could use an oil specification very close to being an equivalent, rather than continuing to run the engine with a low oil level. If such an emergency occurs, we would advise you schedule and perform the next oil change interval as soon as reasonably possible. Be sure to use the correct Porsche oil specification that is recommended for your exact Macan engine type. Here are some Volkswagen, BMW, and Mercedes oil specs that are close equivalents to the following Porsche oil specs.

  • Porsche C20, VW 508 00*
  • Porsche C30, VW 504 00, VW 507 00, MB 229.51, BMW Longlife-04*
  • Porsche A40, VW 502 00, MB 229.5, BMW Longlife-01*

What is the best Porsche Macan engine oil type? 

Today, more than ever, there are more engine oil brands to choose from than ever before. Everyone seems to have an opinion as to what brand of oil they prefer to use in their Porsche Macan. Some choose to purchase a low-cost engine oil, since they do not want to spend the money to buy a high-quality engine oil with formal PORSCHE approved oil quality specifications. Others are unknowingly misled into thinking a name brand oil is high quality when it really is not. Some name brand oils are proven to be low quality by showing signs of breaking down as early as 4,000 - 5,000 miles. The signs of broken-down oil may be increased engine ticking or tapped noise around the 4000-mile mark. Others are of the opinion, “I’ll buy a cheaper oil and just change my oil sooner. Does that really make sense when the manufacture recommends changing the oil every 10,000 miles? Is it reasonable to pay twice, for 2 cheaper oil changes (including 2x the labor) that last only 5,000 miles each? Or is it more reasonable to buy once, for 1 high quality oil change (including 1x labor) that will perform better for the entire recommended 10,000-mile oil change interval? Do the math, When you buy a high-quality oil engineered to be run for 10,000 miles, you will typically always save money and time, paying less in the long run. Using a high-quality oil like Ravenol CleanSynto or USVO, you are getting what you pay for. A superior quality product that is engineered to ensure optimal engine protection throughout the entire oil change interval along with a host of additional benefits as noted below.

If you plan on keeping your Porsche Macan long-term you should be concerned about the benefits your engine receives when using high-quality approved oils for your Macan engine. They offer better lubricating characteristics and usually do not breakdown for the entire duration of the oil change interval. Using a cheaper inexpensive oil will typically have a formulation with lower lubricating characteristics and will usually breakdown before the oil change interval. Remember, oils that have the formal Porsche approval on the bottle label meet a higher quality standard because they have been subjected to extensive testing when compared to many popular “off the shelve” oils which typically fall into the category of being lower quality because they only have a basic, general set, of lubrication requirements.

When you use a higher quality engine oil (Like Ravenol) your being more environmentally responsible. Some benefits to the environment are having your engine emitting less carbon emissions into the atmosphere. Longer oil change intervals mean your conserving, using less oil. Using less oil, means you are using less of the earth’s natural resources and producing less greenhouse gases which are created from the energy it takes to manufacture the oil in the first place. In the end, using a higher quality engine oil creates less pollution and you are being environmentally responsible. An additional benefit of performing less oil changes, is giving us more time. More time to do the things we enjoy, like more time with our families, and friends!

Things that are worth considering when shopping for your Porsche Macan engine oil:

OEM Approvals - If your Macan is still under warranty it’s important to use an engine oil that clearly states on the bottle label, or manufacturer's website, that it has a formal OEM approval for the desired Porsche oil specification (e.g. Porsche A40 or Porsche C20). If it states “Approval”, that means the oil manufacture has received an official letter from the vehicle manufacturer (e.g. Porsche) stating that the oil is made in compliance and meets the Porsche quality standards required for your engine model.

Did you know RAVENOL has more OEM approvals than most any other oil company - worldwide*? RAVENOL offers one of the largest product ranges of engine oils with Porsche “Approval”. It is an excellent choice for discriminating Porsche owners who desire only the highest quality products. (*Based on the latest Dekra Betriebsstoff Liste.)

Quality Synthetic Base Oil and Tested Oil Characteristics - Transparency builds confidence and trust. The oil manufacturer should freely disclose the exact type of synthetic oil base. When shopping for Macan oil look for a product that clearly states its formulation is made from synthetic PAO or Ester base oils. The price of a product is usually a good indication of the type or group of synthetic base it is made with. In the engine oil industry, a quality synthetic will typically cost no less than $10-$12 a liter. If the price is less than that, beware, the oil may not be formulated with a synthetic PAO or Ester base oil.

We recommend you go to the oil manufactures website to review and investigate for yourself what the performance characteristics of the oil are, and research what the base oil formulation is made from. They should list the technical details related to the oil's viscosity such as: HTHS value, temperature pourpoint and flashpoint, and the Noack volatility at certain temperatures. Interestingly, most oil manufactures are not completely transparent with this information because these technical characteristics could reveal their oil as inferior, or low quality. Additionally, always question the quality of an oil that say they are a synthetic “blend” in the description. Many are made with only a small percentage of real synthetic base oil and could fall into the class of being low quality.

You will appreciate the RAVENOL oil brand for being more transparent with the important technical characteristics of their oil specifications. In most cases, they plainly tell you if the oil formulation is mineral, semi-synthetic, or fully synthetic based. RAVENOL will even provide details about whether it is a full PAO, or Ester base. Their latest USVO oils are the “best of the best “because the base of the oil is a very high quality, fully synthetic PAO formulation. The USVO base synthetic is combined with proprietary additives that makes this oil outperform other name brands (even OEM brands) on the market by as much as a 20%. In today’s competitive marketplace, when making a superior product like RAVENOL, other oil or manufactures want to know their oil recipes. Understandably, some of RAVENOL’s technical details are not displayed because they may be considered as trade secrets. To learn more about the benefits of using RAVENOL USVO® see our blog article entitled 'FAQs: RAVENOL USVO Oil Technology'.

100% engineered, made, and bottled in Germany! - European oil manufactures have been at the forefront of developing the latest engine oil technologies to meet the latest demands of new and more strict European vehicle emission regulations and modern engine technology. These demands have required them to develop new oil specifications and quality standards to meet those requirements typically before they arrived here. Consequently, new advanced manufacturing techniques that create the latest oil formulations result in a superior product when compared to domestically made products available here in the U.S. and Canada. It also costs more for the domestic oil manufactures to use higher quality materials and change their standard processes in order to make the oil meet the required European specification or standard. Some parts of the world have very lenient rules on what they consider fully synthetic. Whereas, under German law, you must be transparent and say it as it is. Surprisingly, what is defined and labeled as semi-synthetic oils in Germany, are marketed as a fully synthetic oils in other parts of the world. RAVENOL endeavors to be transparent and say it as it is. Their oils are made in Germany at their own manufacturing facility. They have total control of the manufacturing process which allows them to create cutting edge formulations and super high-quality products no matter where it is sold in over 80 different countries!

Remember, the quality level is usually always reflected in the price of the product. Using a high-quality base oil and additive package in the oil formulation costs more. Using higher quality synthetics in the base oil, and high-quality additives, create a much more robust engine oil when compared to conventional motor oil. Keep in mind, most repair shops today are driven by productivity and profit and are more concerned about using a lower cost engine oil that is “sufficient” that allows them to make more profit, rather than using an expensive high-quality oil and making less. If you are a Porsche Macan owner, and are concerned about maintaining your vehicle properly for the long term, we suggest you ask questions, do the research, and spend the extra time, energy, and money to make sure your oil change is done right.

It goes without saying that RAVENOL products meet the highest quality specifications and standards. Select RAVENOL products meet the recommended Macan oil specifications and carry OEM approvals from Porsche. RAVENOL also works closely with automotive manufacturers, race engineers and race teams, to develop the most technically advanced lubricants available today.

Below you will find a variety of engine oils that are recommended for the Porsche Macan. Please reference the Macan oil specification and quality standard application list above. Use the list as a guide in conjunction with your owner’s manual to find the correct PORSCHE Macan engine oil spec for your specific engine type.

RAVENOL SSL 0W40
OEM Approved Porsche A40 Oil Specification

  • Fully synthetic PAO based oil with exclusive USVO and CleanCynto technology.
  • No shear losses during an entire change interval.
  • Extended oil change intervals where recommended by manufacturer.
  • Improved mechanical efficiency and fuel economy with excellent cold start characteristics.
  • Utilizes the positive properties of tungsten to smooth the internal surface structure of the engine.

RAVENOL VST 5W40
OEM Approved Porsche A40 Oil Specification

  • Fully synthetic PAO based oil with exclusive USVO and CleanCynto technology.
  • No shear losses during an entire change interval.
  • Extended oil change intervals where recommended by manufacturer.
  • High abrasion resistance, oxidation stability, and excellent cold start characteristics.
  • Utilizes the positive properties of tungsten to smooth the internal surface structure of the engine.

RAVENOL SVS 5W40
Meets Porsche A40 Oil Specification

  • Unique formula specifically developed to improve high mileage engine life expectancy.
  • Special conditioners and cleaning agents to revitalize critical engine parts and protect gaskets. 
  • Excellent shear stability and added conditioners to reduce oil consumption and wear.
  • High abrasion resistance, oxidation stability, and excellent cold start characteristics.
  • Outstanding detergent and dispersant properties to prevent sludge.

RAVENOL RUP 5W40
Meets Porsche A40 Oil Specification

  • Special fully synthetic group V and PAO base oils with exclusive USVO and CleanCynto technology.
  • No shear losses during an entire change interval.
  • High abrasion resistance, oxidation stability, and excellent cold start characteristics.
  • Utilizes the positive properties of molybdenum and tungsten to smooth the surface structure of the motor, reducing friction and wear, and significantly improving mechanical efficiency.

RAVENOL VSE 0W20
OEM Approved Porsche C20 Oil Specification

  • Fully synthetic PAO based oil with exclusive USVO and CleanCynto technology.
  • No shear losses during an entire change interval.
  • Extended oil change intervals where recommended by manufacturer.
  • Minimizes friction, improves fuel economy with great cold start lubrication.
  • Reduces friction and wear, significantly improving mechanical efficiency.

RAVENOL VMP 5W30
OEM Approved Porsche C30 Oil Specification

  • Fully synthetic PAO based oil with exclusive USVO and CleanCynto technology.
  • No shear losses during an entire change interval.
  • Extended oil change intervals where recommended by manufacturer.
  • Improved fuel economy, reduces emissions, and excellent cold start lubrication.
  • Increase DPF and TWC exhaust filter life expectancy.

RAVENOL VSW 0W30
OEM Approved VW 504 00/507 00 Oil Specification
Equivalent to Porsche C30

  • Fully synthetic PAO based oil with exclusive USVO and CleanCynto technology.
  • No shear losses during an entire change interval.
  • Extended oil change intervals where recommended by manufacturer.
  • Improved fuel economy, reduces emissions, and excellent cold start lubrication.
  • Increase DPF and TWC exhaust filter life expectancy.

BLAU® Oil Change Kits for Select Porsche Macan Models

Our BLAU oil change kits are the perfect choice for today's discriminating vehicle owners who desire only the highest quality products. Our kits are great for individuals looking to improve the performance, efficiency, and add to the longevity of their engine. Everything you need in one convenient kit for changing your engine oil. Leave the guess work out of your next oil change. Our all-inclusive kits include the following:

Porsche Macan Oil Change Kit Example

  • Formal OEM approved engine oils that typically exceed or meet your vehicle manufacturers specific oil requirements.
  • Premium RAVENOL oils with advanced USVO and CleanSynto technology.
  • The correct amount of oil for your engine application and oil capacity.
  • OEM or better oil filter (Cartridge style filters include filter housing seals)*.
  • Drain plugs or drain plug sealing washer hardware*.

*see our online catalog product images showing what is exactly included in our kits.

Note: Keep in mind that some instant oil change service shops and even some reputable automotive shops may not be using the correct oil specification for your engine application. Commonly, a generic lower quality engine oil is used for all their oil changes. These oils are often not OEM approved or don’t meet the specified motor oil quality specification levels required for your specific engine application.

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Recommended Porsche Macan Engine Oils

Why choose RAVENOL engine oils for your Porsche?

  • Better HTHS, Noak, and TBN performance levels.
  • Better cold temperature pour and high heat flash points.
  • OEM approved Porsche oil quality levels.
  • Advanced USVO and CleanSynto technology.
  • Engineered with improved lubricating properties.
  • Longer oil change intervals and extended service life.
  • Better engine wear protection and improved fuel economy.
  • 100% engineered, made, and bottled in Germany!

About USVO® Technology

Proven German engineered CleanSynto® technology now with added USVO® technology. USVO® technology is ultra-strong viscosity oil based on fully synthetic PAO (Poly-alpha-olefin) and or Ester base oils. USVO® technology provides an extreme high viscosity stability and avoids the disadvantages of using added polymeric viscosity improvers. This allows for an exceptionally higher level of engine protection, performance, engine cleanliness and longer oil drain intervals. This exclusive technology allows the oil to have minimal to no shear losses during the entire oil change interval while being extremely stable to oxidation. This technology also helps the oil to flow and lubricate faster, minimize friction, supports improved fuel economy, and keeps the engine clean and efficient. Some USVO® technology engine oils also utilize the positive properties of molybdenum and tungsten to smooth the internal surface structure of the engine, reducing friction and wear, and significantly improving the engines mechanical efficiency. All of this provides cutting-edge engine protection, performance, and cleanliness.

Simply put Ravenol USVO® technology oils are setting a new standard in synthetic oil technology! Compared to others, they are using superior fully synthetic engine oil formulations. Minuscule breakdown or loss in viscosity during an entire extended oil change interval. If you are looking for some of the best engine oils available, the USVO® products are your best option.

About CleanSynto® Technology

Ravenol is revolutionizing motor oil with CleanSynto® technology! Superior quality synthetic base stocks and advanced German engineered additive packages outperform other brands and provides maximum lubrication during extended mileage oil change intervals. CleanSynto® technology improves engine cleanliness thus maximizing the engine's life span.

CleanSynto® technology reduces the deposit of soot and dirt particles so that oil can reach critical lubricating points more effectively, keeping your engine clean longer. This can dramatically improve engine efficiency and significantly reduce the risk of engine problems and damage in the future. Conventional and even many so called fully synthetic engine oils use inferior refined base oils and conventional additives. This type of standard formulation is sufficient for many general applications but provides less long term protection for modern engines. Soot and dirt particles can leave deposits or sludge, which may result in blocked crankcase hoses, filters, pumps, etc. Resulting in a decline in engine efficiency and life expectancy.


Disclaimer: Always consult your service manual and confirm the specific fluid and oil requirements for your application. Always follow the vehicle manufacturers recommended oil change intervals. Blauparts and Ravenol are not affiliated with Porsche, Porsche Cars North America Inc, Porsche Center Stuttgart GmbH, Dr. Ing.hc F. Porsche AG, PAG, its affiliated companies, subsidiaries, licensors, or any other vehicle manufacturer. All trademarks and OE specification part numbers referenced in this product listing or article are displayed for identification purposes only and are in no way intended to denote any affiliation with their corresponding owners. 

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