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    Anyone else suffering serious oil consumption? The dealer is now doing a test but even after just 200 km after a change its already down a little bit on the stick and will be down a quart or more after 1000. There's no way it could make it to 5000km without many top-ups. No leaks and no obvious burning - a new engine might be going in the car after this test.

    2015 Abarth 5-spd with 24000kms on it, bought it new.

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    You're not the first. A new short block is likely in your future. Something to do with bad oil seals if I remember right. There's a spectrum with these engines, with some lucky individuals having no consumption at all. Most that I've seen seem to use about 1QT per 5000 miles with the OEM recommended oil. Mine seems to lose about 1/4 a quart every 1800-2000 miles depending on how it's driven.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ice445 View Post
    You're not the first. A new short block is likely in your future. Something to do with bad oil seals if I remember right. There's a spectrum with these engines, with some lucky individuals having no consumption at all. Most that I've seen seem to use about 1QT per 5000 miles with the OEM recommended oil. Mine seems to lose about 1/4 a quart every 1800-2000 miles depending on how it's driven.
    I think your level of consumption is what the dealer is expecting from this test, wait until they see it after I get back from a 1000km road trip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abarth15 View Post
    Anyone else suffering serious oil consumption? The dealer is now doing a test but even after just 200 km after a change its already down a little bit on the stick and will be down a quart or more after 1000. There's no way it could make it to 5000km without many top-ups. No leaks and no obvious burning - a new engine might be going in the car after this test.

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    As strange as it may seem, that amount of oil consumption is within the FCA published limits. I would just check the oil level at least weekly.

    My wife's 2012 uses about a quart every 2,000 miles, always has. It now has roughly 125,000 miles on the odometer.

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    Welcome to the forum, sorry I can't add to what has already been stated.

    My 2013 Abarth really hasn't required any extra oil after changes, but I check it out just in case.

    Wherever you do oil changes, will they top it off in between changes?
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    I've had similar issues on my 2013 with a Dec 2012 build date and basically since new I have needed to add about 1qt every 1000-1500 miles or so. At first I thought it might be spark plug tubes, rear main seal, etc. but the dealer has done both consumption and leakdown tests and couldn't find anything out of the ordinary. There's a FIAT spec floating around here on oil consumption and apparently, running through 1qt per 1K miles is about "normal" even if you're not beating on the car - I don't know where FIAT gets off saying that burning through this much oil is normal but that seems excessive; I'm also not that knowledgeable about turbos so take what I think with a grain of salt.

    I've used Rotella T6, Pennzoil Platinum Euro, Castrol Edge, etc. with the same result - all needing to get considerable amounts of oil added at regular intervals. However, I just did an oil change using Redline and for the first time my dipstick hasn't dropped one bit. I have only gone about 500 miles since the change but at this point I'd usually be about 1/4-1/2 qt low on the dipstick. Worth giving Redline a shot if you haven't tried it out yet and the dealership won't help you out because they say your consumption is "normal."

    Edit: Found the guidelines on oil consumption for these cars:

    The accepted rate of oil consumption for engines used in the vehicles listed above is 0.946 liter (1 qt.) in 3,200 km (2,000 mi) for the 1st 80,467 km (50,000 mi). For vehicles with more then 80,467 km (50,000 mi) the acceptable oil consumption for engines is 0.946 liter (1 qt.) in 1,207 km (750 mi).


    This above rate only applies to personal use vehicles, under warranty, that are driven in a non-aggressive manner and maintained in accordance
    with the appropriate maintenance schedule. This rate does not apply to vehicles that are driven in an aggressive manner, at high RPM, high speeds.

    Aggressive Driving
    Aggressive driving and/or continuous driving at high speeds with high RPM's will increase
    oil consumption. Because this may not always be an everyday occurrence, it is hard to
    determine exactly how much the oil economy will be affected. A higher rate of oil
    consumption is normal for vehicles equipped with manual transmissions that are driven
    aggressively. Aggressive means; operation at high RPM (3,000 RPM to redline), with
    frequent use of engine braking (using the engine to slow the vehicle). Vehicles that are
    driven aggressively may consume engine oil at a rate of up to 0.946 L (1 quart) every 805
    km (500 mi). This is normal for a vehicle that is driven aggressively. No repair is
    necessary. This driving habit will require the owner to check the engine oil level at frequent
    intervals, to verified the oil level remains within the recommended operating range. Oil
    level should be checked every time you get fuel.


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    2500mi on 2017, zero oil consumption

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    Fortunately my 2015 with 10k doesn't use any oil,knock on wood.
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    9k miles on a 2016 - 1.6qts in the last 4k miles, engine rattling, down on power - "nothing wrong" :|

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    I have the same issue with my '13. Damn POS . I just use T6 and top it off every weekend.
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