Ford Engine oil


Ford engineers teamed up with world’s leading engine oil makers to formulate a range of engine oils which are most suitable for Ford engines. The result is optimum engine performance with minimum wear and tear and notable savings on maintenance costs.



Ford-Magnatec Professional A5
Ford-Magnatec Professional Diesel 10W-30

For your next engine oil change, visit the Ford authorized dealers near you.

Which engine oils are most suitable for your Ford vehicle?

Models Requirement Oil type Recommended engine oil Engine oil change interval
(whichever comes first)
Regular use Heavy-duty use*
Ford Ranger
(2012 models or later)
Ford Fiesta
Ford Focus
Ford Escape
Ford Territory
WSS-M2C913-C 100% Fully
Ford-Magnatec Professional A5 Every 9 months/ 15,000 km. Every 9 months/ 7,500 km.
Ford Ranger
(models prior to 2012)
Ford Everest
10W-30 API CF-4 Standard Ford-GTX Professional Diesel 10W-30 Every 6 months/ 10,000 km. Every 3 months/ 5,000 km.
Semi-Synthetic Ford-Magnatec Professional Diesel 10W-30
WSS-M2C913-C S100% Fully Synthetic Ford-Magnatec Professional A5

*Heavy-duty use includes vehicles in the following conditions.

  • Modified to use with LPG or CNG fuels
  • Always used in heavy-traffic conditions
  • Regularly used to travel short distances (8 km or less)
  • Regularly used in smoky, dusty or sandy areas
  • Regularly used at high speeds over a long period of time
  • Regularly used in rugged & tough terrain, as well as, in towing other vehicles
  • Regularly used in very hot or humid areas

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q: How is WSS-M2C913-C different from other engine oils?

A: The Ford-Magnatec Professional A5 meeting WSS-M2C913-C is a 100% fully synthetic engine oil specially formulated to help your Ford engines deliver their optimum performance and more thorough, cleaner combustion. The service life is also as long as 15,000km or 9 months, whichever comes first, and it has been proven to help you save 3%* on fuel, or approximately 1,622 Baht (in Ford Ranger 2.2L 4x4 A/T model) throughout the 15,000km travel distance. So, at the end of the day, with WSS-M2C913-C, you end up paying less, enjoying greater performance and being friendlier to the environment with less emission.

*Calculated based on a standard M111 Fuel Economy Test and the EEC Directive 80/1268/EEC fuel consumption rate for Urban Use on 2.2L 4x4 A/T engine, in comparison with 15W-40. The test is based on the prevailing fuel price of 29.79 Baht/liter as of January 21st, 2013.

Q: Is Ford-Magnatec Professional A5 compatible with both diesel and gasoline engines?

A: All Ford’s WSS-M2C913-C lubricants are formulated to enhance the performance of both diesel and benzene engines. They are even excellent to use with B7 standard (7%) bio-diesel fuel.

Q: Why is the engine oil change duration in certain Ford vehicles as long as 15,000 km.?

A: Several factors affect the deterioration of engine oils. These include incomplete fuel combustion which leaves a lot of carbon deposits; modification to use with LPG or CNG fuels which increases the engine temperature; and, running the engine in congested traffic for a long time. All these contribute to shortening the usage life of engine oils. However, the quality of the engine oils and driver’s behavior also play a major role in prolonging the engine oil change duration.

Deterioration of Engine Oils
Slower Faster
Engine technology New engine model Older engine models
Engine oil quality WSS-M2C913-C Ford standard Conventional engine oils
Type of use Factory-setting Modified to use with LPG/CNG
and heavy-duty vehicles*

Q: Is it necessary to use ‘oil additive’ or ‘engine flushing’ when changing engine oils?

A: Ford recommends not to use any oil additive or flushing product when changing engine oil because sub-standard products can severely damage your engine and result in the termination of your vehicle’s warranty.

Q: Is it true that newly purchased cars may ‘consume’ engine oils more quickly than older cars do?

A: During the first 5,000 km, ‘new cars’ may consume more engine oils than usual because all the moving parts are still in the ‘adjustment period’ and they need oils to function properly. So, it is possible that you will see a noticeable drop of engine oil level. During this period, it is advisable to check the level of the engine oil every time you refuel your vehicle.