Gasoline – Fuel Efficiency

New ExxonMobil Brochure Educates Fleet Managers

August 29, 2008

FAIRFAX, VA – To help educate trucking fleet managers and owner-operators about how synthetic lubricants can enhance the performance and reliability of their vehicles, as well as potentially deliver fuel economy benefits, ExxonMobil has introduced a new six-page color brochure for its flagship Mobil Delvac synthetic commercial vehicle lubricants, according to www.businesswire.com.

The Mobil Delvac lineup of the fully synthetic heavy-duty lubricants includes Mobil Delvac Synthetic Transmission Fluid, Mobil Delvac Synthetic Gear Oil, Mobil Delvac Synthetic ATF, and Mobil Delvac 1 ESP 5W-40 which, in June 2007, became the world's first API CJ-4 licensed all synthetic 5W-40 lubricant.

Available in print or online at (www.mobildelvac.com/USA-English/Lubes/files/Mobil_Delvac_ Fleet_Edge.pdf), the brochure details how using high-quality synthetic lubricants can help fleet managers and owner-operators extend drain intervals, enhance soot handling, and minimize wear, leading to lower maintenance costs and downtime.

In addition, the brochure provides key data, with accompanying graphics and detailed charts, that shows how Mobil Delvac's full range of synthetic oils have performed in the most challenging OEM and industry standard benchmark tests, such as Sequence IIIG Oxidation Test, CEC L60-1 Thermal Oxidation Test, and Cummins ISB Wear Test.

For more information on Mobil Delvac's full range of synthetic lubricants, or other Mobil Delvac products and services, call 1-800-MOBIL25 or visit www.mobildelvac.com.  

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