What is the Scion XB oil type?

I’ve been driving my Scion XB for a few years now and have never gotten around to buying motor oil for fill-ups in between oil changes. My mom says it’s gonna bite me in the butt! So she’s going to show me how to check my oil and maybe even do a change. What kind of oil do I need to buy, though?

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Answer provided by
Olivia Rose
Answered on Jul 11, 2022
The Scion XB’s oil type depends on the car’s model year. For instance, the 2015 Scion XB takes 0W-20 or 5W-20 engine oil. We recommend taking a peek at your Scion XB’s owner’s manual to verify the type of oil you need. If you can’t find it, try checking the oil cap in your car’s engine.
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