What oil do I need for my VW Golf?

What oil do I need for my VW Golf?

Recommended Oil Types for 2019 Volkswagen Vehicles

Model Engine Oil Specification Viscosity Grade
2019 Volkswagen Arteon VW 502 00 VW 504 00 SAE 0W-30 SAE 5W-30.
2019 Volkswagen Atlas VW 502 00. If not available, 504 00 may be used. SAE 0W-30
2019 Volkswagen Beetle VW 508 00 SAE 0W-20
2019 Volkswagen Golf VW 508 00 SAE 0W-20

Which engine oil is best for Volkswagen ameo?

We only use the best engine oil approved by for your Ameo . We use Mobil 5W-30 Engine oil that enhances engine performance and efficiency, providing superior protection against wear and tear giving your car engine a longer life.

What kind of oil does a 2021 VW Tiguan take?

Volkswagen Tiguan engine oil 5w-30.

What is 5w 40 oil?

5w40 engine oil has a winter viscosity grade of five, meaning it’s less viscous at very low temperatures, compared to, say, 10w40. It has a hot viscosity grade of 40, which means it is just as viscous as 10w40 at high temperatures but less viscous than oils such as 15w50.

What kind of oil does a VW FS 0W-40 use?

Mobil 1 FS 0W-40 is a fully synthetic oil approved by Volkswagen for petrol cars requiring the VW 502 00 oil standard and approved for diesel cars requiring the VW 505 00 oil standard. Find your vehicle by simply entering your number plate or use the drop-down menus. Can’t find your car’s model?

What kind of oil does a VW Golf use?

1999-2004 Golf 1.9L TDI models with ALH Engine Code use VW 505 00 oil spec. 2004-2006 Golf 1.9L TDI models with BEW Engine Code use VW 505 01 oil spec.

What kind of engine oil does a VW Polo use?

For example, there are Mobil engine oils engineered to be suitable for Volkswagen Golf models such as the VW Golf 1.9 TDI, and also engine oils for Volkswagen Polo models such as the VW Polo 1.2 TSI.

Which is the best oil for a rotary pump TDI?

505.00 oils (for rotary pump TDIS) have the widest viscosity ratings of VW oils, and include 0W30 and 0W40. Although 5W40 oil is most popular in this category, many owners in cold climates like using 0W30 or 0W40 in winter.