Motul specific 505 01 502 00 5W-40 or 8100 Xclean 5W-40). The BMW long life-01 specification imposes severe constraints to the lubricant particularly due to the valvetronic system. It covers all BMW engines from 2001 to 2004 and also all the previous BMW specifications such as BMW LL-98. From 2004 BMW vehicles require a BMW LL-04 product such as Motul specific LL-04 5W-40, 8100 X-clean 5W-40, 8100 X-clean 5W-30, or 8100 X-clean+ 5W-30. BMW LL-01 standard covers also all Gasoline engines running only outside European union countries, Switzerland, Norway and Liechtenstein. Refer to BMW recommendations when in doubt. GM-OPEL diesel LL B-025 standard requires two main properties from the lubricant high HTHS and very low volatility to drastically decrease oil consumption. Motul 8100 X-cess 5W-40 is especially recommended for OPEL Diesel engines such as the 2.0L and 2.2L DTI engines (extended drain interval: on-board computer). The Mercedes MB 229.5 standard is more stringent than 229.3 in terms of ageing and oil film resistance (extended drain interval: on-board computer), detergent/dispersant power (ACEA B4) and requests fuel economy performance: 1.7 percent fuel economy improvement versus a 15W-40 reference. The specification MB 229.5 applies to all Mercedes gasoline engines, including AMG (in 5W-40 viscosity grade) except SLR, and to all Mercedes diesel without DPF engines. The specification MB 226.5 is similar to 229.5 and applies to Mercedes gasoline engines sourced from the Mercedes, Renault Nissan partnership. Approvals from BMW, Porche, Renault,VW, FIAT Longer drain intervals. Optimal protection against engine parts wear. Specifications: API SN/CF. Approvals from BMW, Porche, Renault, VW, FIAT Longer drain interval Optimal protection against engine parts wear Fully synthetic car engine oil used for all petrol and diesel cars.