2017 ford fusion oil type

People confused about what engine oil would be better for their car engine, company recommended or buy good oil from a high end brand, either way it is good to go except some certain guidelines that should have to follow for longer better performance.

Consideration before choosing right 2019 Honda Civic Oil Type

  • Oil Brand
  • Viscosity
  • Synthetic or Non-synthetic
  • Climate condition (Cold or Hot)
  • Engine present health (Current Mileage)

I assume every car owner taken these guidelines into account before choosing any oil, if anyone don’t know about these as stated above.

Then here are some short explanation of all these!

Oil brand means which company such as Mobil, Honda or from else you want to get Motor oil.

Viscosity play a vital part starting from 0W-20 and goes up to 50W.

  1. OW is a designated number by certified OIL Research and Test Lab, they test oil at a level of -40C and check to ensure the oil remain at a level of working condition stated as 0W which is very thin.
  2. 20 test at a very hot level almost 100C degree and check to ensure the oil remain at a level of 20 which is neither thin nor thick.

Synthetic and Non-synthetic is in detail with comparison.

Climate condition attach with the Viscosity level if you are living in Hot area and having a new engine then you should avoid using Low viscosity but better to get 5W-30 or 40. And in Cold weather with new engine below 60,000 miles driven avoid using High Viscosity level but better to get medium or thin such as 0W-30 or 20.

Engine health suggest you which oil would suit for a car, a detail article about which oil is better for burning engine oil or weak engine oil, in there you need those formulated oil that could produce best result.

Oil filter must be taken into account use always good quality, don’t compromise with it and change it regularly every 8000 miles along with oil no matter who said and what said.

List of 2017 ford fusion oil type

OIL Recommendation according to Engine

2017 ford fusion oil type

Oil recommended above 15,000 miles driven Up to 60,000 Miles

1)   Ford Fusion 2.5L 4 cylinder

Pennzoil Platinum Full Synthetic 5W-20 5 Quart Engine Oil

Price:

$37.99

Motorcraft 5W20 Synthetic Blend Engine Oil 5 Quart

Price:

$29.99

STP 5W-20 Dexos Full Synthetic Engine Oil 1 Quart

Price:

$6.49

2)      2.0L 4 Cylinder Turbo

Pennzoil Platinum Full Synthetic 5W-20 5 Quart Engine Oil

Price:

$37.99

Mobil 1 5W30 Full Synthetic Engine Oil 5 Quart

Price:

$37.99

Motorcraft 5W20 Synthetic Blend Engine Oil 5 Quart

Price:

$29.99

3)      2.7L 6 Cylinder Turbo

STP 5W-30 Dexos Full Synthetic Engine Oil 1 Quart

Price:

$21.99

Castrol Edge 5W30 Full Synthetic Engine Oil 5 Quart

Price:

$37.99

Mobil 1 Extended Performance 5W30 Full Synthetic Engine Oil 5 Liter

Price:

$45.99

Indications to step up higher viscosity grade such as 10w-40 or 30

  • Viscosity grade goes higher in case of above 60,000
  • Your vehicle don’t have power as it was
  • Burning oil without white smoke
  • Heating engine

You can use same oil viscosity for more than 60.000 miles if above these symptoms are not arising.

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