BMW X1 Oil Capacity and Oil Type

The BMW X1 is a small, high-performance SUV that seats up to five people. It’s one of the best cars on the market for those who want a compact model with plenty of power and versatility. In this article, we’ll help you learn more about BMW X1 oil type and spark plugs so you can keep your vehicle running smoothly.

BMW’s X1 is a compact crossover SUV that offers an amazing blend of performance and efficiency. It was designed to be fuel-efficient, yet powerful enough for your everyday needs. The BMW X1 comes in two engine types: the xDrive28i and the sDrive28i. This article will focus on the BMW X1 oil type and oil capacity.

2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 BMW X1 F48 Oil Capacity and Oil Type

Engine type Oil capacity (with filter) Oil type
2.0L 4-cyl Engine B46A20B Turbo 5.6 quarts (5.3 liters) 0W-20

 

2013 2014 2015 BMW X1 E84 Oil Capacity and Oil Type

Engine type Oil capacity (with filter) Oil type
3.0L 6-cyl Engine N55B30A Turbo 6.9 quarts (6.5 liters) 0W-30 SEO68
BMW X1 AWD 2.0L 4-cyl Engine N20B20A Turbo 5.8 quarts (5.5 liters) 0W-30 SEO68
BMW X1 RWD 2.0L 4-cyl Engine N20B20A Turbo 5.3 quarts (5 liters) 0W-30 SEO68

 

What Kind Of Oil Does a BMW X1 Take?

For new BMW X1 vehicles, we recommend using engine oil viscosity 0W-30, API SN, API SP classification for cars with less than 75,000 miles on the odometer. The best engine oil for a BMW X1 is synthetic 0W-30 grade oil (recommended), but you should use mineral engine oil for the first 6,000 kilometers (10,000 kilometers).

For BMW X-drive models, cars with less than 75,000 miles use 0W-30 synthetic engine oil. It’s important to note that the warranty of your car can be voided by using any other kind of oil not mentioned above in the owner’s manual.

Oil Capacity: For both types of regular and high-performance engines (xDrive28i & sDrive28i), an oil change is required every 6,000 miles or once a year without exceeding maximum capacity limitations – this will allow you to avoid potential damages caused by overfilling. Be sure to check the owner’s manual before adding more than recommended amount into your vehicle. Let us know if you have further questions about BMW car maintenance!

Dan Hoffman

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