ExxonMobil Launches Super 3000 Engine Oil In India

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ExxonMobil has launched the Mobil Super 3000 X1 Formula FE 5W-30 (Mobil Super 3000) engine oil in India. The lubricant is suitable for both petrol and diesel engines.

Mobil Super 3000 is designed to deliver enhanced engine protection and excellent performance at both very low and very high operating temperatures. This feature is suitable for India's climate, with different parts of the country experiencing diverse weather conditions.

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ExxonMobil Launches Super 3000 Engine Oil In India

The new engine oil is available in pack sizes of 1 litre, 3 litres and 3.5 litres, priced at Rs 540, Rs 1,620 and Rs 1,890 respectively.

Chief Executive Officer, ExxonMobil Lubricants Pvt Ltd., Deepankar Banerjee said, "We continue to push the boundaries of automotive lubricant technology with our world-class lubricant solutions. We are proud to bring to India, Mobil Super 3000 - a premium quality engine oil engineered to extend engine life and provide enhanced protection."

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Pranav Tambey, Marketing Manager - India, ExxonMobil, said, "Today, more than ever, consumers are focused on making their cars last longer. Mobil Super 3000's ability to protect in a wide range of driving conditions and temperatures provides consumers peace of mind, day after day."

ExxonMobil Launches Super 3000 Engine Oil In India

From the Wright brothers' first flight to the launch of the first space station; from the first automobiles to the latest Grand Prix cars, ExxonMobil's engine oils have been continuously keeping millions of vehicles performing at their very best.

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Engine oil is a most vital fluid for the engine. It lubricates the engine and also prevents overheating. The Mobil Super 3000 is designed to perform in harsh weather conditions, and it also protects the engine.

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