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Been using Mobil 1 0-40, and my car seems to burn about 1 litre for about 1000 miles which is still normal for porsche standards.

Thinking about trying Motul for this next season when I do the oil change and parked for winter, any thoughts on this.

It's about the same price as Mobil 1.

http://www.motul-canada.com/en/products/pr...s.shtml?panel=0

Specific VW 505.01 502.00 505.00

5W-40

Volkswagen Gasoline and Diesel Engine Oil

100% Synthetic

TYPE OF USE

Specially designed for cars which follow fixed oil drain intervals (15000 km in Europe and North America) powered by TDi,

Turbo Diesel engines fitted with or without Unit Injectors (Volkswagen PD), without Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF)

PERFORMANCE AND APPROVALS

VW 505.01 502.00 505.00

Meets FORD WSS M2C 917A requirements.

Official approval from VW guarantee the quality of the product development and manufacturing process.

Synthetic base stock provides outstanding lubrication properties in order to handle additional load on valvetrain due to cam driven unit injector actuation, minimizes friction and ensures resistance at high temperature observed in modern engines. Avoids wear on valvetrain in order to preserve engine performance and longevity.

"Mid SAPS" technology for a better compatibility with lastest generation of catalytic converters.

Anti-oxidation, Anti-wear, Anti-corrosion, Anti-foam properties.

Specification Sheet (PDF): Specific 505.01 502.00 505.00 TDS

Material Safety Sheet (PDF): Specific 505.01 502.00 505.00 MSDS

Product Application Sheet (PDF): Product Applications and Approvals

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