Here is a list of questions we are frequently asked. If you don’t see the answer you are looking for, feel free to contact us.


Where can I find ENEOS products?

ENEOS products are sold across the US and Canada at leading dealers. You can find locations near you at our online map at Where to Buy

If you are unable to locate a dealer near you, or if you are a dealer who wishes to carry ENEOS products, please use the contact form to send us your inquiry. Contact us

If you are a dealer who carries ENEOS products and want to be listed on our website, please register for the GARAGE dealer program here

How can I purchase SUSTINA products?

The SUSTINA line of products has been discontinued. If you have previously purchased SUSTINA products in the past, we recommend ENEOS RACING Series products.

What products do you have for Japanese hybrid cars?

ENEOS has worked specifically with Japanese automakers to provide engine oils and transmission fluid suitable for the increased economy of their hybrid and lower fuel consumption vehicles. We were first to produce 0W-16 oil for factory fill in the US, and we’ve been producing it in Japan for over a decade, including for factory fill of many newer Japanese vehicles.

ENEOS 0W-16: optimal for hybrid and ECO cars where 0W-16 is specified, including newer Toyota Camry and Prius C, Honda Fit, and Honda Hybrid vehicles including Accord, Odyssey, CR-Z, Fit, and others. Additional details

ENEOS 0W-20: suitable for the majority of hybrids, LEVs, and fuel-efficient vehicles where a 0W-20 weight oil is specified. More info

Transmission fluid: Hybrids tend to use low viscosity transmission fluids to maximize its fuel economy benefits. Our ECO ATF PLUS and ECO CVT fluid are both low viscosity suitable for many Japanese cars including hybrids. View ENEOS transmission fluids

To check what ENEOS products are suitable for your vehicle, please use our Oil Selector tool

What products do you have for racing?

ENEOS RACING Series Motor Oil is our product line that delivers exceptional performance under relentless racing conditions, providing maximum horsepower and excellent engine protection.

RACING PRO was developed for extreme racing conditions, unlocking superior horsepower at higher temperatures while protecting critical engine components at a wider range of temperatures than most racing oils. RACING PRO is for track use and comes in 10W-50. Details

RACING STREET starts with a high quality base oil and adds an optimum mix of proprietary additives to provide high power and rotation rates. It also provides the latest API approval rating, which makes it suitable for use on the street as well as the track. More


How can I contact ENEOS operations outside the US and Canada?

For inquiries outside the US and Canada, please visit the Global ENEOS page at:

If you need to reach ENEOS inside the US or Canada, please send a message at

What is the ENEOS Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) legacy?

ENEOS is the largest oil company in Japan. For decades, ENEOS has worked with Japan’s automakers to create advanced lubricants ideal for their production goals: increased fuel economy without sacrificing power or protection.

We provide these same, exacting standards to help ensure peak performance for the rest of your car’s life. ENEOS products use the advanced technology developed in partnership while creating factory fill fluids for Asian OEMs.

Each product is carefully researched and created by our labs in Japan. We use the highest quality, premium raw materials while blending ENEOS at our plant in Childersburg, Alabama. The finished products are packaged using exacting quality standards right alongside the same bulk lubricants sent to OEM factories.

Our obsession with quality and innovation is more than just a statement. It’s why we’ve been trusted by original equipment manufacturers since the dawn of JDM.

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What makes ENEOS different from other oil companies?

It is our experience and relationship with original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), which includes providing R&D for Japanese automakers. We often work in partnership on new technologies or to provide the optimal performance and protection for new vehicles. With ENEOS, you can count on products made with the experience used to provide factory fill for OEMs.
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I am interested in carrying ENEOS products

If you are located in the US or Canada, please fill out our Contact form and select the option “I am looking for an ENEOS distributor.” Contact us

If you are outside the US or Canada, please visit the Global ENEOS page at:

How can I get my shop listed on your website?

Dealers who carry ENEOS can get listed on the Where to Buy section of our website, along with other benefits, by registering at

If you do not currently stock ENEOS but would like to carry it, registering for the Garage dealer program provides the option for our team to connect you with a list of distributors in your area.

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What is the ENEOS connection with motorsports?

In 2000, ENEOS began formulating, supplying, and sponsoring Honda’s Formula 1 racing team. In addition to its products being used in numerous racing series, ENEOS has sponsored racing teams in series across the globe, including top drivers in NASCAR XFINITY Series, Global and Americas Rallycross, the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series, and others. Our current partnerships include: Dai Yoshihara and Faruk Kugay in Formula DRIFT; Grace Trotter in NASCAR ARCA Menards Series, Derek Kraus in NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series, Valentino Rossi and Maverick Viñales with Yamaha Factory Racing in MotoGP.

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How can I get a Hero Card?

Thank you for your interest! Unfortunately, we do not have any Hero Cards at this time.

I would like to become an ENEOS motorsports partner

If you are interested in a sponsorship with ENEOS, please visit our Sponsorship Request page, which includes detailed instructions about applying for our motorsports partnerships. View


What is Prop 65?

California Proposition 65 resulted in a warning label for products sold in California, including automotive lubricants, which contain hazardous ingredients. Because the California market is so large, most manufacturers include the “Prop 65″ warning on products sold nationwide. Bottom line: if products carry this warning label it indicates the presence of one or more hazardous ingredients. Due to our environmental and safety commitments, ENEOS products do not require this warning label.

For more information, see our technical article ” What is Prop 65?”

Where can I find Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) for ENEOS products?

Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) can be found listed under the “Safety” tab under each product page. You can also find a list of SDSs at our GARAGE dealer portal.

If you cannot find the SDS you are looking for, please submit an inquiry via our Contact form.

How can I get more technical information about ENEOS products?

Technical details are contained in the tabs section of each product page. View Products>

We offer additional technical information via our GARAGE program for dealers. Visit the GARAGE portal>

If you can’t find the info you are looking for, please use our Contact form and specify the information you seek. Contact us>

Why do I need a "0W" oil when I live in a warm climate?

Oil has changed a great deal from the day when we chose our oil based on the climate that we live. Today engines are designed to operate with specific oils. “0W” oil is designed to provide quick lubrication at start up for maximum engine protection and instant operating viscosity, leading to better fuel economy and performance.

Therefore, a “0W” oil can still be the best choice, even if you operate your vehicle in warm climates like Hawaii, Arizona, or Florida, particularly when recommended for your vehicle.

For more information about 0W oil in warm climates, view our post

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Why are transmission fluids different colors?

It is up to the OEMs. The color has nothing to do with the specifications or formulations, it is just a dye. One of the reasons came from the introduction of CVTF; the idea was to avoid accidental use by using different colors. Since there is no industry standard and colors vary between OEMs, it should not be relied upon to tell what component the fluid is for. Always read the label.

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