Motul 8100 Eco-nergy 5W30 Fully Synthetic Engine Motor Oil, 5 Litres
Motul 8100 Eco-nergy 5W-30 is a fully synthetic engine oil specially designed for modern day petrol and diesel engines.
ACEA A5/B5, API SL/CF, FORD 913C, Renault RN0700 Motul 8100 Eco-nergy 5W-30 is a fully synthetic engine oil specially designed for modern day petrol and diesel engines that require the use of a low friction and low HTHS (High Temperature High Shear) viscosity oil and where maximum fuel economy is required. Motul 8100 Eco-nergy 5W-30 meets ACEA A5/B5 and API SL/CF standards, meets Ford WSS M2C 913C and Renault RN0700 specifications. Standards: ACEA A5/B5 API SL API CF Homologations FORD WSS M2C 913D JAGUAR STJLR.03.5003 LAND ROVER STJLR.03.5003 RENAULT RN0700 The ACEA A5/B5 performance requests from the lubricant a real fuel economy and low emission performance for powerful engines : MOTUL 8100 Eco-nergy 5W-30 has synthetic base stocks and specific friction modifier molecules that provide outstanding oil film resistance, reduce friction in the engine, maintain the oil pressure, and generally decrease operating temperatures. MOTUL 8100 Econergy 5W-30 provides outstanding lubricating properties such as wear protection and high temperature resistance for better controlled oil consumption. Environment friendly, this type of oil allows fuel consumption reduction and therefore minimises green house gases (CO2) emissions. Specially developed in order to meet the most recent technical requirements for FORD Gasoline and Diesel engines when a lubricant satisfying FORD WSS M2C 913 C is required. The new FORD WSS M2C 913 C standard allows fully backward compatibility over previous FORD WSS M2C 913 A and 913 B specifications. Combined to ACEA A5/B5 performance for lubricant, MOTUL 8100 Eco-nergy 5W-30 provides real energy conserving performance (0.5% additional fuel economy compare to 913 B) in order to meet FORD commitment for CO2 reduction. The 913C specification requires also an extra high oil film resistance for the lubricant to guarantee the viscosity capability over the whole oil drain interval.