Sorry Doc, some more confusion! I now can't find anyone selling the Pennzoil for the 2.9L, including the Advanced Auto Parts. Perhaps Pennzoil keeps changing the description and bottle color. This one might be a replacement? I would check the back of the bottle. Hopefully Afla will confirm if that Mopar Oil is OK. I'm sure some might think I'm too obsessive, but I like to know I'm using the correct oil in a 45K to 90k car!Great and thorough reply. Thank you. Mine is the Quadrifoglio. I will look into what you have recommended and certainly appreciate the input.
Thanks bergen for that info. I forgot about the MS-13340 spec. MacGeek posted about the specs quite some time ago. I'll have to check the Mopar 0W-30 bottle to confirm.JuliaQ4-Nut - My Alfa dealer parts dept likewise said that Alfa sends them the Mopar 0w30 oil. It is Mopar MaxPro 0w30 that is labelled as meeting the MS-13340 spec that is one of the specs cited in my owner's manual for my 2017 2.0 TI. The owner's manual also lists a 9.55535-GS1 spec., which I think is a Fiat spec. I guess the question is does the correct oil have to meet both specs, or is it an either or requirement? The Pennzoil Platinum Euro LX 0W30 bottle lists it as meeting the Fiat spec but does not mention the Mopar spec.
After some more research, it looks like Pennzoil has now changed the bottle to yellow, and the name of the Pennzoil for the Quad. It appears to be Pennzoil Platinum Euro 0W-40 Full Synthetic. This Pennzoil has good prices at Walmart and is available at Amazon and Advance. Apparently comes in 1qt, 5qt jug and 6pk. Be careful Walmart has the wrong photo on some pages. My head is spinning, what's new? Just be sure to look and see that it specifically meets:cool. Thank you.