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Engine oil for engines with long mileage XENUM Runner 10W40

2 323 
SKU: 1266005

5 liters



Product type

Motor oils


Anti-corrosion , Antioxidation , Sealant , For gasoline engines , For diesel engines , Fuel economy , Engine wear protection , Less oil consumption

Type of equipment


Type of oil base


SAE viscosity class


Engine type

Universal oils

API standard The classification of motor oils for cars and commercial vehicles is classified by the American Petroleum Institute (API). The classification certifies that the oil meets certain quality and performance standards. API certification is usually indicated on the product label or back label. The label contains two important pieces of information to determine if the motor oil is suitable for use in your vehicle.


ACEA approval ACEA (European Automobile Manufacturers Association) has an oil rating system that you will find on the packaging of almost every oil on the market. ACEA motor oil specifications are designed to ensure that the oil can provide the necessary performance to meet the demands of today's engines. The specifications cover a range of properties such as viscosity, shear resistance (the ability to maintain viscosity and lubricating properties when two fluid layers move relative to each other at different speeds) and wear protection.


Country of manufacture



14 days

Oils with API SJ approval (specification) (engine oils for use in gasoline engines since 1996)

This class describes oils used in gasoline engines starting from 1996. Motor oils of this class are intended for use in gasoline engines of cars and sports cars, minibuses and light trucks, which are serviced in accordance with the requirements of car manufacturers. SJ provides the same minimum standards as Sh, as well as additional requirements for soot resistance and operation at low temperatures. Engine oils that meet the requirements of API SJ can be used in cases where the vehicle manufacturer recommends a class Sh or earlier.