The short answer is yes. Below is a very handy chart showing the different rated BMW engine oils, their intended uses, and any suitable substitutions. For example, it is perfectly acceptable to substitute a brand rated BMW LL-04 in any vehicle that specifies BMW LL-01 (but not the other way around).
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What kind of oil does a 2013 BMW 328i take?
If you referred to your owner’s manual, you would find that for the 2013 328i, you can service your vehicle with any brand engine oil that meets the following specifications: BMW Longlife-01 or BMW Longlife-01 FE. Any brand of engine oil that has one of these certifications printed on its container is approved for use in your BMW.
What kind of oil does a 2004 VW Golf take?
1993-1998 Golf 1.9L TDI (Canada) models use VW 505 00 oil spec. 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. 1993-1999 Golf 2.0L (III) models use VW 502 00 oil spec. 1993-2002 Golf Cabriolet 2.0L models use VW 502 00 oil spec.
What engine oil is best for MY BMW M car?
BMW M cars (and SAVs) have high-performance engines that require different oil grades than non-M models. We only use Original BMW M Twin Power Engine Oil in our M cars at the BMW Repair Guide.
What kind of oil does a 2013 VW Beetle take?
2012-2013 Beetle 2.0T models with CCTA or CBFA Engine Codes use VW 502 00 oil spec. 2013 Beetle 2.0T models with CPPA or CPLA Engine Codes use VW 502 00 oil spec. Recommended VW Passat oil, specifications, quality standards, and oil viscosity weight are specified in your owner’s manual.