When I heard that Mobil 1 did not meet the MS-6395 specs... I was like... Whaat!? For reals?. So I had read up and came to the understanding that Mobil 1 and Chrysler has some sort of fall out. That Chrysler MS-6395 had changed some of it requirements, so to be approved by MS-6395 Mobil 1 would have to be tested for like two years! I then thought back to when I was at the dealership and I did remember them using Mobil 1. So I was like WTF.. over. Well to get to the point.. I wanted to keep my integrity so I started to look for oils that met the recommendation. I had decided that I was going to use Pennzoil Synthetic Oil, but all along still wanting Mobil 1. Well I just read this today.
This is for Mobil Super (I believe either a non or some sort of half breed synthetic oil).
It is the product description, features and benefits, applications, specifications and approvals. Look what it says about Chrysler MS-6395, under Specifications and Approvals.
Now, this is Mobil Super Synthetic and look what it says about Chrysler MS-6395, under Specifications and Approvals
Mobil Super™ Synthetic
Now, check this one
Mobil 1 5w-20 Advanced Full Synthetic Engine Oil
***all this will have to be verified by Chrysler of course. I will stay on topic***