Sprinter Motor Oil Types and Fill Capacity

When shopping for Sprinter 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 Sprinter oil specification application list or guide to help you determine the correct Sprinter motor oil spec and part numbers that you will need when changing your Sprinter motor oil. We offer a full line of premium German OEM approved Sprinter oils and our convenient oil change kits that include the necessary quantity of oil, oil specification, oil filter, and hardware.

With a rich 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.

PAGE DISCLAIMER: The Sprinter motor oil information on this page should not be used as a substitute for what your vehicle owner's manual, factory service manual, or authorized Mercedes Sprinter dealer recommends. Consult your owner's manual for the correct type of Mercedes Sprinter oil that is to be used for your specific Sprinter model.

Recommended Mercedes Sprinter Oil Specs

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

Types of oil used in Dodge Sprinter Model Engines

  • 2003-2006 Dodge Sprinter 2.7L OM647 OM612 L5 turbo diesel models use oil spec MB 229.5 or MB 229.3.**
  • 2007-2008 Dodge Sprinter 3.5L M272 V6 gasoline models use MB 229.5 or MB 229.3 oil specs.**
  • 2007-2009 Dodge Sprinter 3.0L OM642 V6 turbo diesel models use MB 228.51 or MB 229.51 oil specs.*

Types of oil used in Freightliner Sprinter Model Engines

  • 2002-2006 Freightliner Sprinter 2.7L OM647 OM612 L5 turbo diesel models use MB 229.5 or MB 229.3 oil specs.**
  • 2007-2008 Freightliner Sprinter 3.5L M272 V6 gasoline models use MB 229.5 or MB 229.3 oil specs.**
  • 2007-2012 Freightliner Sprinter 3.0L OM642 V6 turbo diesel models use MB 228.51 or MB 229.51 oil specs.*
  • 2013-2016 Freightliner Sprinter 3.0L OM642 V6 turbo diesel models use MB 228.51, MB 229.31, MB 229.51 oil specs.*
  • 2014-2016 Freightliner Sprinter 2.1L OM651 L4 turbo diesel models use MB 228.51, MB 229.31, MB 229.51 oil specs.*
  • 2017-2018 Freightliner Sprinter 3.0L OM642 V6 turbo diesel models use MB 228.51, MB 229.31, MB 229.51, MB 229.52 oil specs.*
  • 2017-2017 Freightliner Sprinter 2.1L OM651 L4 turbo diesel models use MB 228.51, MB 229.31, MB 229.51, MB 229.52 oil specs.*

Types of oil used in Mercedes Sprinter Model Engines

  • 2010-2016 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 3.0L OM642 V6 turbo diesel models use MB 228.51, MB 229.31, MB 229.51 oil specs.*
  • 2014-2016 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2.1L OM651 L4 turbo diesel models use MB 228.51, MB 229.31, MB 229.51 oil specs.*
  • 2017-2020 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 3.0L OM642 V6 turbo diesel models use MB 228.51, MB 229.31, MB 229.51, MB 229.52 oil specs.*
  • 2017-2017 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2.1L OM651 L4 turbo diesel models use MB 228.51, MB 229.31, MB 229.51, MB 229.52 oil specs.*
  • 2019-2020 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2.0L M274 L4 turbo gasoline models uses MB 229.5 oil spec.

 * The OM642 and OM651 Sprinter engines can use a variety of Mercedes-Benz MB engine oil specs. At this time, the MB 229.52 oil spec is the newest and most up to date oil formulation for Sprinter diesel models equipped with diesel particulate filter emission systems. The MB 229.52 diesel oil quality specification will support the greatest diesel particulate filter emission system and EGR valve cleanliness and longevity. MB 229.52 can be used in place of MB 229.31, MB 229.51 oils specs recommended in older Sprinter diesel engine models.

 ** Any engine oil with MB 229.5 specification can replace MB 229.3. MB 229.3 oil specification should not be used in place of MB 229.5 spec.


Sprinter Oil Fill Capacities

It's also important not to overfill. Per the below charts, add 0.5 liter LESS oil than the called for Sprinter oil capacity. Then start the engine and run it until operating temperature is achieved (approx. 140 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. Fill to the full mark. This is the correct way to check the engine oil level when doing a Sprinter oil change, as it allows the engine oil to fully expand and the oil filter to fill up. This can prevents overfilling the engine oil. It's also good to make sure your engine is warm before draining, as this allows for a more thorough draining.

Overfilling is a common mistake. If you fill and check your Sprinter oil level when the engine is cold - the oil is not at its full expansion and you'll fill over the maximum oil level. When overfilled, the excess oil expands and makes its way into the engine's crankcase ventilation, breather hose and pcv valve system. This excess oil smog adulterates the air consumed by the engine. This oil adulterated air is then ingested by the engine and then exhausted by the engine. If the engine experiences regular overfilling during oil changes this adulterated air can be the cause of premature oil sludge and buildup on the topside of the intake and exhaust valves. Also, in time regular overfilling can cause issues with the catalytic converters, EGR valves, oxygen sensors and EGT sensors, and diesel particulate filter, as the excess oil needs to be exhausted or burned into and through the exhaust system.

Dodge Sprinter Oil Fill Capacity

  • 2003-2006 Dodge Sprinter 2.7L OM647 OM612 L5 turbo diesel oil fill capacity is 9.9 liters or 10.5 quarts
  • 2007-2009 Dodge Sprinter 3.0L OM642 V6 turbo diesel oil fill capacity is 12.5 liters or 13.2 quarts.
  • 2007-2008 Dodge Sprinter 3.5L M272 V6 gasoline oil fill capacity is 9.5 liters or 10.0 quarts.

Freightliner Sprinter Oil Fill Capacity

  • 2002-2006 Freightliner Sprinter 2.7L OM647 OM612 L5 turbo diesel oil fill capacity is 9.9 liters or 10.5 quarts.
  • 2007-2008 Freightliner Sprinter 3.5L M272 V6 gasoline oil fill capacity is 9.5 liters or 10.0 quarts.
  • 2007-2018 Freightliner Sprinter 3.0L OM642 V6 turbo diesel oil fill capacity is 12.5 liters or 13.2 quarts.
  • 2014-2017 Freightliner Sprinter 2.1L OM651 L4 turbo diesel oil fill capacity is 11.5 liters or 12.15 quarts.

Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Oil Fill Capacity

  • 2010-2020 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 3.0L OM642 V6 turbo diesel oil fill capacity is 12.5 liters or 13.2 quarts.
  • 2014-2017 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2.1L OM651 L4 turbo diesel oil fill capacity is 11.5 liters or 12.15 quarts.
  • 2019-2020 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2.0L M274 L4 turbo gasoline oil fill capacity is 10.5 liters or 11.2 quarts.

What is the best Sprinter oil change interval?

The recommended sprinter oil change intervals will depend on the exact year and engine option. Also its important to keep in mind that from the Sprinters inception in the United States in 2002 to present the oil change intervals have had several updates. Below are the Sprinter oil change intervals in accordance to the engine options.

Dodge Sprinter Oil Change Intervals

  • 2003-2006 Dodge Sprinter 2.7L OM647 OM612 L5 turbo diesel 2 years or 10,000 miles.
  • 2007-2008 Dodge Sprinter 3.5L M272 V6 gasoline 2 years or 10,000 miles.
  • 2007-2009 Dodge Sprinter 3.0L OM642 V6 turbo diesel 2 years or 20,000 miles.

Freightliner Sprinter Oil Change Intervals

  • 2002-2006 Freightliner Sprinter 2.7L OM647 OM612 L5 turbo diesel 2 years or 10,000 miles.
  • 2007-2008 Freightliner Sprinter 3.5L M272 V6 gasoline 2 years or 10,000 miles.
  • 2007-2016 Freightliner Sprinter 3.0L OM642 V6 turbo diesel 2 years or 20,000 miles.
  • 2014-2016 Freightliner Sprinter 2.1L OM651 L4 turbo diesel 2 years or 20,000 miles.
  • 2017-2017 Freightliner Sprinter 2.1L OM651 L4 turbo diesel engine oil change interval according to flexible on-board maintenance system.
  • 2017-2018 Freightliner Sprinter 3.0L OM642 V6 turbo diesel engine oil change interval according to flexible on-board maintenance system.

Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Oil Change Intervals

  • 2010-2016 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 3.0L OM642 V6 turbo diesel 2 years or 20,000 miles.
  • 2014-2016 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2.1L OM651 L4 turbo diesel 2 years or 20,000 miles.
  • 2017-2017 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2.1L OM651 L4 turbo diesel engine oil change interval according to flexible on-board maintenance system.
  • 2017-2020 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 3.0L OM642 V6 turbo diesel engine oil change interval according to flexible on-board maintenance system.
  • 2019-2020 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2.0L M274 L4 turbo gasoline engine oil change interval according to flexible on-board maintenance system.

After 2017 Mercedes changed from the 2 year 20,000 mile oil change interval to referencing the vehicles flexible on-board maintenance system. This system electronically monitors the oil quality and the duration of the oil change and will display an oil change warning light when an oil change is recommended.

The above-mentioned oil change intervals of 10,000 miles, 20,000 miles or two years should only be done with OEM approved Mercedes-Benz MB-Approved oil quality specification and an OEM oil filter designed for these extended oil change intervals. If extending your oil change interval without the correct MB oil specification and cheap aftermarket oil filters you can experience mechanical breakdowns and reliability issues.

Due to the availability of modern synthetic engine oils some choose to go longer before performing an oil change service. However, we feel that the vehicle manufacturers have done due diligence in testing and prescribing the best oil change interval for the engine’s longevity.

We recommended performing more frequent oil change intervals of 5,000 - 10,000 miles if your vehicle is exposed to the following conditions. A new engine still going through the break-in period. Consistently loaded conditions such as commercial use, pulling trailers, sustained high speed travel, spirited driving conditions, and excessive idle time in extreme cold winter climates or extreme hot summer temps.


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What are Mercedes Sprinter motor oil quality standards (aka oil specs) and why are they important?

Worldwide there has been increased quality requirements for vehicle manufacturers to reduce emissions, minimize their carbon footprint, and improve fuel economy. It was around the late 1990s and early 2000s, more demanding engine oil quality standards began taking hold.

Around this time, manufacturers (e.g. Mercedes-Benz) began to engineer newer internal combustion engine designs to meet emission requirements and fuel mileage demands. These new Sprinter engines also required cutting-edge synthetic motor oil formulations -- resulting in manufacturers establishing their own advanced and stringent oil quality standards to ensure a higher level of oil quality when compared to the broad API and ACEA oil quality requirements. These oil quality standards outlined by the vehicle manufacturers offer a higher level of quality and the best reliability and longevity of their engines.

The Mercedes Sprinter oil quality specifications can be identified by the abbreviation of Mercedes-Benz MB and then typically a 4-5 digit number after (e.g. MB 229.52, MB-Approval 229.52).

Can I use a non-approved oil in my Sprinter? One that doesn't meet Mercedes-Benz MB oil quality standards?

Conventional petroleum-based blends of motor oils are a thing of the past and should not be used. Using conventional motor oils that do not have OEM approved Mercedes-Benz motor oil quality standards is very risky and not recommended.

New Sprinter engine designs are engineered to exact tolerances using unique materials (alloys), advanced fuel injection systems, and emission systems. The long-term use of an engine oil that is not intended to be used in your engine or a lower quality engine oil can compromise engine performance and lead to causing reliability issues for these mechanical systems. Therefore, exact Sprinter motor oil specifications were designed, are required, and should be used. 

We also highly suggest using the correct MB oil specification for your sprinter engine in order to support possible Mercedes-Benz warranty compliance. Especially, if your Sprinter is still under warranty.

What engine oil should be used when topping off my Sprinter engine oil?

When topping off your Sprinter engine oil between oil changes we encourage you to have an extra liter of the correct Mercedes-Benz specification oil on hand for your Sprinter engine application. This will ensure that if your experience a low engine oil level emergency through the duration of your oil change interval that mixed oil brands, types, or an incorrect oil spec isn’t used. This will ensure the best longevity for your sprinter engine.

If you do not have the correct MB oil quality specification available in a low oil emergency situations you can us alternative oil specification rather than running the engine with a low oil level. However, the engine should only be driven for a short time and the mixed oils should be changed out as soon as possible with the correct Sprinter oil specification.


What is the best Sprinter engine oil?

Today more than ever we have more engine oil options than ever before. This is also reflected in everyone's opinions as to what brand of oil they prefer to use in their Sprinter.

Some choose to sacrifice quality over cost. Some don’t want to spend the money on a quality engine oil with formal MB Sprinter approved quality specifications. Lesser quality oils show signs of breaking down as early as 4,000 - 5,000 mile. Some say, “I’ll just change my oil sooner, every 5,000 miles.” Does that really make sense? The price of 2 cheaper oil changes that last 5,000 miles each versus what you would pay for 1 high-quality oil change that will last for the intended 10,000 - 20,000 mile oil change interval? How much time do you have? At the end of the day, we can spend more time with our families, kids, and friends or do another oil change?

There are many more benefits to using a high-quality approved oil. They are better for your Sprinter and don’t breakdown during the intended oil change interval vs cheaper inexpensive oils. If your planning on keeping your Sprinter long-term and care about the longevity of the engine, it’s best to choose an oil that is made and tested Mercedes-Benz to remain stable during the entire interval.

In our experience there are a few things that are worth considering when shopping for Sprinter oil:

OEM Approvals - If your Sprinter is still under warranty it’s important to use an engine oil that clearly states that it has a Formal OEM approval for the desired Mercedes-Benz MB oil specification (e.g. MB-Approval 229.5 or MB-Approval 229.52), either on the bottle or manufacturer's website. This means that they have received an official letter from the vehicle manufacturer (e.g. Mercedes-Benz) stating that the oil is made in compliance to Mercedes quality standards required for your engine model.

RAVENOL carries more OEM approvals than any other oil company worldwide*. RAVENOL offers one of the large varieties of Mercedes-Benz approved oils and is an excellent choice for discriminating vehicle owners who desire only the highest quality products. (*Based on the latest Dekra Betriebsstoff Liste.)

Quality Synthetic Oil Base and Tested Oil Characteristics - The oil manufacturer should freely disclose the exact type of synthetic oil base. When shopping for Sprinter oil look for a full PAO or Ester base. The price of a product is a good indication on the type of synthetic it’s made with. Overall, in the engine oil industry, a quality full synthetic will not cost less than $10-$12 a liter.

You should also be able to easily find a list of the oil Characteristics on the manufacturer’s website or published materials. Specific characteristics regarding the testing of the oil's viscosity, HTHS, pourpoint, flashpoint, or Noack volatility at certain temperatures. Many oil manufactures don’t even publish this information, due to it being of inferior quality. Question the quality of any basic ‘blend’ oil descriptions, as they are likely only made of a certain percentage of real synthetic base.

A nice thing about RAVENOL vs other brands is that they are very transparent and clearly state if an oil is semi-synthetic or fully synthetic, even providing details about whether it is a full PAO, or Ester base. Their latest USVO oils are the best of the best and use fully synthetic formulations and additive techniques that outperform other oils on the market by as much as 20%. To learn more about the benefits of using RAVENOL USVO technology see our blog article entitled 'FAQs: RAVENOL USVO Oil Technology'.

100% engineered, made, and bottled in Germany! - Oil formulations in Europe have been ahead of domestically available products for some time. Many of the additives, formulations, and technique that are used in European oils are not readily available in the U.S. yet. Some parts of the world have very lenient rules on what they consider fully synthetic. Whereas in Europe you have to say it as it is. Most semi-synthetic oils from Europe are what is considered a fully synthetic in other parts of the world. RAVENOL oils are made in Germany at their manufacturing site. This allows for the same great formulations and high-quality products no matter where its sold in over 80 different countries!

Plainly put, the quality level of the oil base and additive packages is reflected in the price. An engine oil that cost more is typically because they use higher quality base oils, additives, and formulation techniques for a much more robust engine oil.

What type of Sprinter oil should I choose?

Motor oil is the lifeblood of your Sprinter. Some quick chain "we-fix-everything-for-less" shops focus on turn around - rather than the quality of an oil change. As the owner it is your responsibility to spend the extra time, energy, and money to make sure that your Sprinter oil change is done right.

It goes without saying that RAVENOL products meet the highest quality specifications. RAVENOL carries many OEM approvals from Mercedes-Benz for the recommended Sprinter oil specifications. RAVENOL also works closely with manufacturers, race engineers, and drivers to develop the most technically advanced lubricants available today.

Below you will find a variety of engine oils available for the recommended Sprinter oil specifications. Please use our above recommended Sprinter oil specification and quality standard application list and choose the correct MB spec engine oil in accordance with your required Sprinter engine type (e.g. MB 229.52).

Good ★ ★ 

RAVENOL HPS
Meets MB 229.3 oil spec.
SAE 5W-30
ACEA A3 / B3 / B4
API SM / SL / CF

  • Performance low friction semi-synthetic based oil with exclusive CleanCynto technology additive formula.
  • Excellent corrosion protection, cold start characteristics and flow.
  • Fuel economy benefits and optional for all operating conditions.
  • Excellent option for those who prefer more frequent oil change intervals.

Better ★ ★ ★

RAVENOL HCL
MB-Approval 229.5 oil spec.
SAE 5W-30
API SL/CF
ACEA A3/B4

  • Performance low friction synthetic base oil and exclusive CleanCynto technology additive formula.
  • Suitable for extended oil change intervals where recommended by manufacturer.
  • Low friction German oil for gasoline engines.
  • Reduces internal dynamic engine drag and increased fuel mileage.
  • Excellent cold start characteristics and shear stability.

RAVENOL HLS
MB-Approval 229.51, 229.52 oil specs.
Meets MB 229.31
SAE 5W-30
ACEA C3
API SN / CF

Ravenol Motor Oil HLS 5W-30 Synthetic 5L
Rating:
100%
$57.95

  • Performance synthetic base oil and exclusive CleanCynto technology additive formula.
  • Special MID SAPS low ash oil characteristics.
  • Suitable for extended oil change intervals where recommended by manufacturer.
  • Supports diesel EGR and particulate filter emission system cleanliness and longevity.
  • Excellent cold start characteristics, shear stability, and fuel economy improvement.

RAVENOL VMO
MB-Approval 229.31, 229.51 oil spec.
SAE 5W-40
ACEA C3
API SN / CF

  • high performance synthetic base oil and exclusive CleanCynto technology additive formula.
  • Special MID SAPS low ash oil characteristics.
  • Suitable for extended oil change intervals where recommended by manufacturer.
  • Meets stringent EURO IV and EURO V emission standards.
  • Noticeable fuel economy improvement.

Best ★ ★ ★ ★

RAVENOL VSI
MB-Approval 229.3 oil spec.
SAE 5W-40
API SN/CF
ACEA A3/B4

Ravenol Motor Oil VSI 5W-40 Fully Synthetic 5L
Special Price $37.56 Regular Price $46.95

  • Advanced high Performance fully synthetic USVO & CleanSynto technology.
  • No shear losses during an entire change interval.
  • High shear stability during high operating temps.
  • Reduces internal dynamic engine drag and increased fuel mileage.
  • Superior lubrication to key areas during cold starts.

RAVENOL SSO
MB-Approval 229.5 oil spec.
SAE 0W-30
API CF/SN
ACEA A3/B4

  • Advanced high Performance fully synthetic USVO & CleanSynto technology.
  • No shear losses during an entire change interval.
  • High shear stability during high operating temps.
  • Reduces internal dynamic engine drag and increased fuel mileage.
  • Excellent lubriacation even in extreme below zero temperature.

RAVENOL VST
MB-Approval 229.5 oil spec.
Meets MB 229.3
SAE 5W-40
API SN/CF
ACEA A3/B4

Ravenol Motor Oil VST 5W-40 Fully Synthetic 5L
Rating:
100%
$50.95

  • Fully synthetic PAO (Polyalphaolefin) base oil with exclusive USVO & CleanCynto technology additive formula.
  • No shear losses during an entire change interval.
  • High shear stability during high operating temps.
  • Reduces internal dynamic engine drag and increased fuel mileage.
  • Superior lubrication to key areas during cold starts.

RAVENOL SSL
MB-Approval 229.5 oil spec.
Meets MB 229.3
SAE 0W-40
ACEA A3 / B4
API SN / CF

  • Advanced high Performance fully synthetic USVO & CleanSynto technology.
  • No shear losses during the entire change interval.
  • Improved engine protection, performance, engine cleanliness and oil drain intervals.
  • Extended oil change intervals where recommended by manufacturer.
  • Excellent cold start characteristics.

RAVENOL ALS
MB-Approval 229.51 diesel oil spec.
SAE 0W-30
ACEA C3

Ravenol Motor Oil ALS 0W-30 Fully Synthetic 5L
Special Price $49.56 Regular Price $61.95

  • Fully synthetic PAO base oil and exclusive CleanCynto technology additive formula.
  • Also features cutting-edge USVO technology providing extremely high viscosity stability.
  • Improved engine protection, performance, engine cleanliness and oil drain intervals.
  • Extended oil change intervals where recommended by manufacturer.
  • Excellent cold start characteristics.

RAVENOL VMP
MB-Approval 229.51 diesel oil spec.
SAE 5W-30
API SN
ACEA C3

  • Fully synthetic PAO based oil and exclusive USVO and CleanCynto technology.
  • No shear losses during an entire change interval.
  • Meets stringent EURO VI, EURO V, and EURO IV emission standards.
  • Supports diesel EGR and particulate filter emission system cleanliness and longevity.
  • Extended oil change intervals where recommended by manufacturer.

RAVENOL RUP
MB-Approval 229.51 diesel oil spec.
SAE 5W-40
API SN
ACEA C3

  • Fully synthetic PAO based oil with exclusive USVO and CleanCynto technology.
  • No shear losses during an entire extended oil change interval.
  • Supports diesel EGR and particulate filter emission system cleanliness and longevity.
  • Contains molybdenum and tungsten to smooth the surface structure of the motor, reducing friction and wear, and significantly improving mechanical efficiency.

RAVENOL SST
MB-Approval 228.51 heavy duty diesel oil spec.
SAE 5W-30
API CI-4
ACEA E6/E9

Ravenol Motor Oil SST Super Synthetic Truck 5W-30 Fully Synthetic 5L
Special Price $41.56 Regular Price $51.95

  • Fully synthetic oil developed specifically for heavy duty commercial diesel engines under extreme conditions.
  • Excellent for use in EURO 4 and EURO 5 engines along with low-sulphur diesel fuels.
  • Suitable for oil change intervals of 62,000 miles (100,000 km) according to vehicle manufacturer recommendations.
  • Supports diesel EGR and diesel particulate filter emission system cleanliness and longevity.

Sprinter Motor Oil TypesWhy choose RAVENOL Sprinter Engine Oils?

  • 100% engineered, made, and bottled in Germany!
  • OEM approved quality levels confirmed directly by Mercedes-Benz.
  • Advanced USVO and CleanSynto technology.
  • Engineered to improve operating characteristics.
  • Longer oil change intervals and extended service life.
  • Better wear protection and fuel saving characteristics.

About CleanSynto® Technology

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. With conventional oils and even many synthetics use inferior refined base oils and conventional additives. This type of standard formulation is sufficient for some applications but provides less long term protection. Soot and dirt particles can leave deposits or sludge, which may result in blocked crankcase hoses, filters, pumps, etc. Engine efficiency and life span then begins to decline.

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.

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 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, minimizing friction, improving fuel economy, and keeping 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 mechanical efficiency. All of this provides cutting-edge engine protection, performance, and cleanliness.

Simply put Ravenol USVO® technology oils are the real-deal. Compared to others, they are superior fully synthetic engine oil formulations. Minuscule breakdown or loss in viscosity and no sheer loss during an entire extended oil change interval. If you’re looking for some of the best engine oils available, the USVO® products are your best option.


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