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Hyundai 2.0L turbo oil requirements #4562908
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2017 Santa Fe, my first ever import. Calls for a 5w30 (or 20) ACEA A5 oil.

Anyone have any suggestions for here in Ontario Canada?

Re: Hyundai 2.0L turbo oil requirements [Re: raggdoll] #4562947
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The Pennzoil Platinum 5W-30 sold here is an A5 oil. Valvoline SynPower 5W-30 is as well according to their website. Unless something's changed recently, they don't recommend XW-20 for the 2.0T here, only the 2.4.





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18 Sportage 2.4L AWD: PP 10W30 + WIX 51334XP + e air WIX 10335
13 Santa Fe Sport 2.0T: M1EP 10W30 + OEM + e air WIX 49670

Re: Hyundai 2.0L turbo oil requirements [Re: raggdoll] #4562973
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I agree with wemay. I’m not sure if dexos gen 2 is available in Canada but any major brand of synthetic 5w-30 with that certification would be ideal.


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Re: Hyundai 2.0L turbo oil requirements [Re: raggdoll] #4562980
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0/40 really covers it all and doesn't cost any more.


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Re: Hyundai 2.0L turbo oil requirements [Re: dblshock] #4562986
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His warranty would be affected by using 0w-40.


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Re: Hyundai 2.0L turbo oil requirements [Re: PimTac] #4563006
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Originally Posted By: PimTac
His warranty would be affected by using 0w-40.

Do you have anything to back that up? We had a long discussion here a while back on the subject, and no one was able to point to an owner's manual statement or anything else that would indicate a warranty would be in jeopardy by using a different grade than what is recommended by the manufacturer. It's a statement that is often said and repeated here but there really isn't anything that would indicate it is close to true.


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Re: Hyundai 2.0L turbo oil requirements [Re: raggdoll] #4563014
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Re: Hyundai 2.0L turbo oil requirements [Re: kschachn] #4563020
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Originally Posted By: kschachn
Originally Posted By: PimTac
His warranty would be affected by using 0w-40.

Do you have anything to back that up? We had a long discussion here a while back on the subject, and no one was able to point to an owner's manual statement or anything else that would indicate a warranty would be in jeopardy by using a different grade than what is recommended by the manufacturer. It's a statement that is often said and repeated here but there really isn't anything that would indicate it is close to true.


https://www.bobistheoilguy.com/forums/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=2560033

Bladecutter writes:

Quote:
If the owners manual says only 0W-20, then that's what you will have to use. If it gives you a range of oils you can use, then you can choose any one of them that meets your climate and financial needs.


So there is just enough there to take what you'd like and form an opinion on the topic.

Re: Hyundai 2.0L turbo oil requirements [Re: raggdoll] #4563046
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Read the owners manual then pick an oil that meets the specs. If you want some one to choose an oil for you Mobil 1 0W-40 or Castrol 0W-40.


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Re: Hyundai 2.0L turbo oil requirements [Re: raggdoll] #4563048
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Originally Posted By: raggdoll
2017 Santa Fe, my first ever import. Calls for a 5w30 (or 20) ACEA A5 oil.

Anyone have any suggestions for here in Ontario Canada?


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Re: Hyundai 2.0L turbo oil requirements [Re: PimTac] #4563061
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Originally Posted By: PimTac
I agree with wemay. I’m not sure if dexos gen 2 is available in Canada but any major brand of synthetic 5w-30 with that certification would be ideal.


I have a case of Kendall 5w/30 GT1 Max synthetic, but it doesn't carry the A5 spec...would you use that anyway?

Last edited by raggdoll; 11/03/17 01:30 PM.
Re: Hyundai 2.0L turbo oil requirements [Re: raggdoll] #4563073
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I have a 2011 Hyundai Sonata 2.0T. Now has 125K. Just got the report back from Blackstone. I am running Penngrade Select 5W-30 with no issues. I went 5,500 Miles on the last oil change. That is the longest I have ever gone on that 2.0T. The wear was excellent and they said I could go 7,500 Miles. I would use a good synthetic 5W-30 and change every 5-6K with a good Extended Oil Filter like WIX XP or FRAM or Hyundai OEM. You should have no issues. Just make sure it is a good synthetic oil.

Re: Hyundai 2.0L turbo oil requirements [Re: Weatherman995] #4563081
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Originally Posted By: Weatherman995
I have a 2011 Hyundai Sonata 2.0T. Now has 125K. Just got the report back from Blackstone. I am running Penngrade Select 5W-30 with no issues. I went 5,500 Miles on the last oil change. That is the longest I have ever gone on that 2.0T. The wear was excellent and they said I could go 7,500 Miles. I would use a good synthetic 5W-30 and change every 5-6K with a good Extended Oil Filter like WIX XP or FRAM or Hyundai OEM. You should have no issues. Just make sure it is a good synthetic oil.


Kendall is a very good oil. But my concern is it does not carry the A5 spec, hence my question on using it?

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Re: Hyundai 2.0L turbo oil requirements [Re: raggdoll] #4563096
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Why is Hyundai still using temperature charts? Why not a mandatory single viscosity recommendation like all the other manufacturers do? Temperature charts are confusing to the average car buyer.

Re: Hyundai 2.0L turbo oil requirements [Re: Merkava_4] #4563097
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Originally Posted By: Merkava_4
Why is Hyundai still using temperature charts? Why not a mandatory single viscosity recommendation like all the other manufacturers do? Temperature charts are confusing to the average car buyer.
Yeah, but then they'd just say to use 5w20 in my Sonata!

I like them allowing me to use 5w30 and 10w30


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