5W-40, 0W-40 are recommended by VW. I just used 10W-40 Mobil 1.
All must be fully synthetic
I read on a GTI forum the following information on the 2.0 for oil changes:
Available at authorized Volkswagen dealers Volkswagen Part No. ZVW 352 540S 5W-40
Castrol Castrol Syntec 5W-40
Chevron Chevron Supreme Synthetic 5W-40
Elf Elf Excellium LDX 5W-40
Kendall Kendall GT-1 Full synthetic Motor Oil 5W-40
Mobil Mobil 1 0W-40
Motul Motul 8100 X-cess 5W-40
Pennzoil-Quaker state Pennzoil Synthetic European Formula 5W-40
Pennzoil-Quaker state Pennzoil Synthetic European Formula Ultra 5W-30
Pennzoil-Quaker state Quaker State Full Synthetic European Formula 5W-40
Pennzoil-Quaker state Quaker State Full Synthetic European Formula Ultra 5W-30
Seventysix lubricants 76 Pure Synthetic Motor Oil 5W-40
Texaco Havoline Synthetic 5W-40
Total Total Quartz 9000 5W-40
Valvoline Valvoline Synpower 5W-30
Valvoline Valvoline Synpower 5W-40
Think it works for our 2.0?
(No I won't be calling the dealer to find out)
Mobil 1 0W-40 can be had at your local walmart. It's quite a bit cheaper at walmart than the auto parts store. Unfortunately, it does NOT come in the 5 Qt. jugs like other weights do.
I have also found that if you can get Walmart to give you a sealed case of 6 quarts, the cashier will scan the box and you can save another few bucks on 6 quarts.
My guy uses Motul 5w-30 in my CC. All they service is BMW, Audi, and VW.
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2010 CC 2.0T 6 Speed Manual, White Gold,De-badged, Euro Headlight Switch, Rear Fog Lights, 6000k HID Headlights and Fogs, 35% Tint, 50% Tint on Windshield, 3M Clear Bra Paint Protection, Clear Turns.