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ExxonMobil launches Mobil Super range of lubricants – ET Auto


New Delhi:
ExxonMobil Lubricants Pvt Ltd today launched its next-generation passenger vehicle lubricants – ‘Mobil Super,’ in new, improved packaging with refreshed labels. The improved packaging offers a new QR-code-based anti-counterfeit feature on the bottles for consumers to verify the authenticity of the products, the company stated.

With the launch of the new packaging, ExxonMobil has renamed its Mobil Super 3000 series as the Mobil Super All-In-One Protection series, Mobil Super 1000 series as the Mobil Super Friction Fighter series, and Mobil Super HP as the Mobil Super Everyday Protection.

According to the company, this next-generation synthetic passenger vehicle lubricant offers superior technology that meets the latest BS-VI specifications and provides fuel economy benefits with its Mobil Super All-In-One Protection series. Additionally, the Mobil Super Friction Fighter series delivers better engine wear protection and cleanliness.

Commenting on the launch, Vipin Rana, CEO, ExxonMobil Lubricants Pvt. Ltd., said, “The new ergonomic pack design will help consumers handle our products efficiently and the refreshed label designs add to the visual appeal. The new Mobil Super range will also lead to better fuel economy for our consumers and offer an enhanced experience to their everyday drive.”

ExxonMobil’s engine oils are backed by over 150 years of lubrication experience and have been recognized as a worldwide leader among synthetic engine oils since 2008.

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