What kind of oil does a 2010 Mini Cooper take?

What kind of oil does a 2010 Mini Cooper take?

5W-30 Synthetic Oil
Your MINI is factory-filled with MINI High Performance Synthetic oils. We recommend MINI High Performance 5W-30 Synthetic Oil (MINI part number 07 51 0 143 829) for regular scheduled engine oil changes.

What oil does Mini Cooper use?

Mini High Performance Synthetic 5W-30 oil is the oil the Mini Cooper dealership uses when it does oil changes on Mini Coopers.

What oil does a Mini Cooper S r56 take?

MINI Factory Oil Filter. MINI Factory 5w-30 Motor Oil – 5 Liters.

Do Mini Coopers need synthetic oil?

Please note that all Mini Cooper S models, Turbo and Supercharged engines, require full synthetic oils.

Can I use 5w30 instead of 10w40?

One must use the oil specified by the manufacturer. If you use 10-w-40 instead of 5-w-30 specified by the manufacturer then the viscosity of 10-w-40 used by you will be higher and oil thicker than what is specified during winters. Similarly the oil viscosity will be higher and oil thicker than specified during summers.

Can I use 10W 40 instead of 5W-30?

Your vehicle does not use 5W-30 oil. The recommended oil viscosity for your vehicle, according to Kia documentation, is 10W-40. If you drive the vehicle in exceptionally cold weather, well below 32 degrees, you can use 5W-30 oil but even 10W-40 is still perfectly OK to use if outdoor temperatures are below freezing.

Can I use 10w40 instead of 5W-30?

Can I use 10W 40 instead of 5w30?

Can you use 5w40 instead of 5w30?

The only major difference between ​5w30 and 5w40 is the viscosity in warmer temperatures. ​This makes the 5w30 better suited for colder temperatures and the 5w40 better suited for warmer ones.

What happens if you mix 5W-30 and 5w40?

It won’t cause any adverse effect on your engine. However, you should make sure that they are under one motor oil brand. Moreover, mixing the two will produce a new viscosity that is not the same as intended by the manufacturer so it’s best to change with the correct viscosity as soon as possible.

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