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    #6161
    Ako happy na sa delo 400.mgx cj-4 naman na.
    Para sa Starex ko na dpf equipped

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    #6162
    Quote Originally Posted by StockEngine View Post
    Glad to see c3 users1
    With all the major players selling diesel SUVs, Crossovers & Vans, which of them use an ACEA C2 or C3 as their oil of choice?
    I find ACEA more specific than API although I think CJ rating is low SAPS (I may be wrong).
    Last edited by bloowolf; October 26th, 2020 at 07:49 PM.

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    #6163
    Quote Originally Posted by bloowolf View Post
    With all the major players selling diesel SUVs, Crossovers & Vans, which of them use an ACEA C2 or C3 as their oil of choice?
    I find ACEA more specific than API although I think CJ rating is low SAPS (I may be wrong).
    Diesel CR-V also calls for ACEA C3 IIRC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bloowolf View Post
    With all the major players selling diesel SUVs, Crossovers & Vans, which of them use an ACEA C2 or C3 as their oil of choice?
    I find ACEA more specific than API although I think CJ rating is low SAPS (I may be wrong).
    Vehicle specific bro. I would love to use acea c3 but acea a3/b4 oils are cheaper in the "bundoks"

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    #6165
    Quote Originally Posted by StockEngine View Post
    Vehicle specific bro. I would love to use acea c3 but acea a3/b4 oils are cheaper in the "bundoks"
    What I meanth was, even now with E4 diesel vehicles being sold &requirements call for low SAPS oils like C2 or C3, do you know of casas that have that standard? Only one I know is LAUS group but, their oil is Voltronic which is too pricey.
    Off the shelf, hard to find C2 or 3. Brands that have it are Xteer, Kixx, Cyclon & Voltronic, to my knowledge.

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    #6166
    Quote Originally Posted by Wh1stl3r View Post
    Diesel CR-V also calls for ACEA C3 IIRC.
    But does the Casa use it? Or just say Euro 4?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bloowolf View Post
    What I meanth was, even now with E4 diesel vehicles being sold &requirements call for low SAPS oils like C2 or C3, do you know of casas that have that standard? Only one I know is LAUS group but, their oil is Voltronic which is too pricey.
    Off the shelf, hard to find C2 or 3. Brands that have it are Xteer, Kixx, Cyclon & Voltronic, to my knowledge.
    For ford they only require ab/b5
    Chevy is dexos
    Toyota and mitsu they follow api c-class

    Not sure about honda/mazda's diesel vehicle requirement..

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    #6168
    Quote Originally Posted by bloowolf View Post
    What I meanth was, even now with E4 diesel vehicles being sold &requirements call for low SAPS oils like C2 or C3, do you know of casas that have that standard? Only one I know is LAUS group but, their oil is Voltronic which is too pricey.
    Off the shelf, hard to find C2 or 3. Brands that have it are Xteer, Kixx, Cyclon & Voltronic, to my knowledge.
    The Mazda dealership here uses this for all SkyD units.And this for all SkyGs.

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    #6169
    Quote Originally Posted by bloowolf View Post
    With all the major players selling diesel SUVs, Crossovers & Vans, which of them use an ACEA C2 or C3 as their oil of choice?
    I find ACEA more specific than API although I think CJ rating is low SAPS (I may be wrong).
    It seems that for Nissan/Mitsubishi and Toyota they'll only require for Acea C-class oils for DPF equipped vehicles for Euro 5+ standards

    Toyota non DPF ACEA B1 API CF/CF4 (Also CD and CE for KD engines)
    Toyota DPF: ACEA C2
    Nissan YD25: ACEA B1 B3 B4 B5 API CF4
    Nissan YD25(DPF): ACEA C3 or C4
    Nissan YS23:ACEA C3 (C3 or C4 for navara)
    Mitsubisihi 4N14/4N15/4D56(DPF): ACEA C1 C2 C3 C4
    Mitsubisihi 4D56/4N15(non DPF): ACEA A1/B1, A3/B3 A4/B4 A5/B5 api CD

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    #6170
    Quote Originally Posted by LOLZ View Post
    It seems that for Nissan/Mitsubishi and Toyota they'll only require for Acea C-class oils for DPF equipped vehicles for Euro 5+ standards

    Toyota non DPF ACEA B1 API CF/CF4 (Also CD and CE for KD engines)
    Toyota DPF: ACEA C2
    Nissan YD25: ACEA B1 B3 B4 B5 API CF4
    Nissan YD25(DPF): ACEA C3 or C4
    Nissan YS23:ACEA C3 (C3 or C4 for navara)
    Mitsubisihi 4N14/4N15/4D56(DPF): ACEA C1 C2 C3 C4
    Mitsubisihi 4D56/4N15(non DPF): ACEA A1/B1, A3/B3 A4/B4 A5/B5 api CD
    I noticed that what you are refering to are recommendations from the manual. The question is whether the Casa follows that recommendation cause My brother’s New Montero & Fortuner’s oil cans just say for “recommended for diesel engines” but does not specify the ACEA class, just the SAE grade. Apparently, recom in the manual is different from what they actually do in the casa here & we all know sakit na ng casa yan. When I asked the Advisor in my casa why they arn’t using the right oil? Sagot sakin “basta po pang diesel”. Using the specific oil will actually extend the drain interval, you know.

Mineral , semi synthetic or fully synthetic?