2012 bmw x5 xdrive35i oil type

The 2012 BMW X5 35i uses SAE 5w-30 full synthetic oil. It has a capacity of 6.9 quarts. Oil keeps the internal parts of Your car’s engine cool and lubricated and it also keeps the moving parts from grinding against each other thereby reducing wear and damage.

FAQ 2012 bmw x5 xdrive35i oil type

What’s the 2012 BMW X5 xDrive35i oil capacity?

According to our sources, oil, coolant and fuel capacity for this version of 2012 BMW X5 xDrive35i are as follows: Engine lubricant oil capacity: 6.5 liter / 6.9 U.S. qt / 5.7 imp.

What kind of oil does a BMW X5 take?

This year’s BMW X5 engines all use fully synthetic oil that has viscosity ranging from 0.30W. How much oil does BMW X5 need for oil change? Most engines need anywhere from 5 and eight to 8 quarts in oil.

Is there a 5W30 engine oil for BMWs?

The 5W30 will remain for sale until stock runs out. For non-turbo BMWs driven on the street looking for an alternative to the Genuine BMW 5W30 synthetic, BimmerWorld recommends changing to the Red Line 5W30 Synthetic or Pentosin HP 5W30. BMW 5W-30 Synthetic Engine Oil is exclusively formulated for BMW engines from the mid-90s forward.

What kind of oil does a BMW TwinPower take?

BMW has replaced the 5W30 TwinPower oil with a BMW TwinPower 0W30 Synthetic, which is specifically designed and recommended for the newer turbo engine models.

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