Chevron's Delo Heavy Duty Engine Oil product line will now only feature synthetic and synthetic-blend oils.  -  Photo: Chevron

Chevron's Delo Heavy Duty Engine Oil product line will now only feature synthetic and synthetic-blend oils.

Photo: Chevron

Chevron plans to simplify its Delo Heavy Duty Engine Oil product line by focusing its portfolio on synthetic blend and full synthetic products.

According to the company, this move is designed to ensure customers have access to reliable product supply and competitively aligned and priced synthetic blend and synthetic options.

In a rolling transition beginning in January 2024, Chevron will sunset three HDEO products:

  • Delo 400 SDE SAE 10W-30
  • Delo 400 SDE SAE 15W-40
  • Delo 400 XLE SAE15W-40

The three will be replaced by Delo 400 XLE SB SAE 15W-40, a new high-performing synthetic blend. Chevron said this new, high-quality synthetic blend will complement its existing Delo 400 XLE 10W-30.

Chevron said its new streamlined portfolio of synthetic-blend and synthetic products can be used in all applications where Chevron’s conventional heavy-duty engine oils were used.

“At Chevron, we've always been eager to adapt, to focus on meeting our customers' needs, to move them forward. That’s precisely why we’re breaking from convention and simplifying our Delo product line,” said Walt Collier, Americas commercial sector manager at Chevron.

“By moving to a synthetic blend and synthetic-only portfolio of Delo HDEO products, our customers will continue to get the highest quality heavy-duty engine oils they’ve come to expect from Chevron, with an increased focus on supply reliability and price competitiveness.”

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