Subaru Legacy. Manufacturer: Subaru. Model: Subaru Legacy. For the 2012 model year Subaru Legacy we have found 5 trims and their corresponding recommended oil type. Click on the name of the trim to open up the panel and learn more about the oil type, volume, and change period.
FAQ 2012 Subaru Legacy Oil type
How much oil does a 2013 Subaru Legacy take?
Subaru Legacy & Outback 2013 – 2021 0W-20 Synthetic Oil 4.4 – 5.1 Quarts Subaru Legacy Turbo 2005 – 2010 5W-30 Conventional Oil 4.5 Quarts Subaru Legacy Turbo 2011 – 2012 5W-30 Synthetic Oil 4.5 Quarts Subaru Legacy & Outback 6 Cyl. 2002 – 2019
What kind of oil does a 2012 Subaru Outback take?
Without the turbo, you can use conventional (mineral) 5W-30 oil. Use synthetic (not synthetic blend) 5W30 if you have the turbo 2.5L engine. VDCdriverJuly 6, 2012, 9:52 pm #7 My 2011 Outback’s specs call for conventional 5w-30 motor oil, but as far as I know, Subaru changed the spec for all 2012 models to synthetic oil.
What kind of oil does the 2012 Subaru Impreza take?
“Subaru changed the spec for all 2012 models to synthetic oil.” I read the 2012 Impreza/Outback owner’s manual online at the Subie site. Conventional oil is found for both engines in the Outback since there is no turbo. VDCdriverJuly 7, 2012, 1:31am
Is synthetic oil right for my Subaru?
Why Subaru Synthetic Oil is right for your car: Synthetic oil, which consists of 80 percent synthetic base oil and 20 percent additives, is better formulated for low-friction, high-technology engine designs and for engines that face harsh driver demands. Naturally aspirated engines in the newest Forester, Impreza, Legacy, Outback,…
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