First time Jag owner - need oil

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First time Jaguar owner (moved from Audi/VW for a change).

2016 XE - 2.0D - 64k on clock

Looking for advice  and information on servicing.

I bought it from a Jaguar franchised dealership, where it had apparently just had a service done, then within 4 noticed the oil was below the minimum level. topped up and it hasnt dropped since (6 weeks later). They toped it up as a good will gesture but I am still not happy.

I am dubious as to whether the service happened so want to change the oil myself for peace of mind. I was thinking of getting an oil extractor kit to do an interim oil change, as I wil still take in into my local Jag dealer for main servicing.

Is there a general concensus on which oil to use (using correct Jag spec oil)and where do people buy their oil from?

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Hi Sean....welcome to the Forum

It sounds like they didn't recheck the level and top it up after changing the filter, when the level will drop by the quantity consumed by the new filter when the engine is run once refilled with fresh oil.

Changing the engine oil in the interim is a great way to prolong the life of the engine. As you say, you can always take it back for the services and the oil filter change 🙂
I would however always use a quality engine oil with the correct ACEA specification which will more than likely be the same as the Jaguar supplied oil .

Quality brands are Castrol, Mobil, Petronas and some others. Try this company for accurate specification engine oils and keen prices (discount through the club as a Premium Member)

Cheers,   Trevor

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