Fiat Engine Oil
Which Oil for my Fiat Car?
There is a full range of Mobil engine oils suitable for the different series of Fiat cars, both with petrol and diesel engines.
There are Mobil engine oils engineered to be suitable for newer models such as Fiat X3 and the Fiat 3 series, and oils formulated for older models, such as the Fiat 628CSi.
Typical Engine Oil Approvals for Fiat cars
- Fiat 9.55535 M2
- Fiat 9.55535 N2
- Fiat 9.55535 Z2
- ACEA: C3 and API: SM
How can I save money by using Mobil 1?
Fully synthetic oils such as Mobil 1 circulate around your Fiat engine more easily than traditional mineral oils, so your engine operates more efficiently. Mobil 1 also gets to work faster so your engine reaches peak operating efficiency quicker. Both of these benefits mean potentially improved fuel efficiencies that save you money on fuel.
Whether you have a newer Fiat Bravo or a Fiat Panda, please search the oil database and find out which Mobil oil is right for your Fiat.
Mobil 1 Engine Oils for Fiat cars
- Mobil 1 ESP 0W-40
- Mobil 1 New Life 0W-4
- Mobil 1 Turbo Diesel 0W-40
- >Mobil 1 ESP Formula 5W-30
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For the latest product specifications and approvals for these Mobil products, please be sure and review the Product Data Sheets .
How does fully synthetic oil protect my Fiat engine?
Tests show that Mobil 1 can reach all moving parts of the engine 15 seconds faster than some conventional oils. Until your oil circulates fully, friction between dry parts of the engine will slowly reduce the life of the engine. Synthetic engine oils like Mobil 1 start circulating right away, protecting every moving part within the engine, which over time can translate into maintenance cost savings.
Which oil should I buy for my Fiat?
It’s important to use the right oil in your car to comply with Fiat’s manufacturer specifications. Using the right Mobil 1 product during routine servicing and according to your vehicle’s handbook will not affect the Fiat manufacturer's warranty. You can obtain a Mobil oil recommendation by searching the oil database for the make and model of your car.