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2010 Panamera S owners check in-- Oil consumption and Cylinder Scoring?

Hey all, so I have been noticing very high oil consumption (1L for every 1000-2000km) and I am wondering if this could be possible cylinder scoring?

What other signs should I be looking for potential engine issues?

Can any other Panamera S 2010 owners let me know about your oil consumption to let me know if this is normal?
 
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did you make sure you don t have a leak somewhere under all that covering first?
You jumped right to the worse case.
 
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i dont see any oil leaks, does a more thorough inspection need to be done at the mechanic?

anyone with the 2010 panamera getting really high oil consumption?
 
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It is common to have high oil consumption but your numbers do sound high. At the end of the day, there's nothing you can do right? Do you have a valid warranty?

If you wanted, you can get a nice borescope camera, pull the plugs and put the camera in each cylinder to take a peak. It also might give you piece of mind...
 
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also make sure you are using the correct oil and weight first. Start with the simple, right oil, any underside leaks. I guess you may have seen oil dripping somewhere with a large loss as you claim.
A history would help too, like miles, how long you own it, when did you notice, are you measuring loss correctly or just give it to the dealer.
 
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im monitoring it closely now, so far 500km driven and one bar has dropped on the oil display...the dealership said its normal but i think its excessive. the dealership put the oil in so im sure they used the right oil. i dont notice any oil leaks on the pavement but does a more thorough check need to be done?
 
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also anyone with a 2010 panamera s also have this kind of oil consumption or am i alone?
 
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everyone may not agree but if it was me I would want to see underside of engine/car and check oil filter, plug, oil lines etc for a small leak just to rule that out. Sounds like your car uses a little oil but I have seen many post in which a car uses oil like that. Porsche and other manufactures usually say that is within the allowable limits.
 
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Hi,
I can tell from European board that some of Panamera V8 engines will burn oil pretty quickly, from 1l every 8000 kms to 1l every 1000 kms.
This is not a sign of scored cylinder.
However, knocking noise AND oil consumption are not good sign.
 
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what does the knocking noise sound like?
 
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what does the knocking noise sound like?

depending on how bad it is but I would describe as taking your knuckles and tapping them on a wooden table. Like knocking on a door thus the term KNOCK. Don t panic because I think you would already know if you had it.
 
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ok understood,

im going to have the oil topped up again, do you recommend i try using a different 0w40 oil rather than MOBIL1 to see if that helps with consumption? some people said maybe that could help? Any other oil brands you recommend for the panamera?
 
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do you think doing the next top up with MOTUL 5w40 might help the situation?
 
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You could try a different oil on the next change. Mixing a quart or two may do nothing.
FYI. I have another brand turbo car and I was told the oil level will vary greatly depending on when it is checked. I m not sure what the 2010 oil system is like and if it s the same as my 15 but I would just drive it and keep an eye. It doesn t have to always be on that full mark. As long as you are not below the min mark.
 
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im thinking of changing the oil to the MOTUL 5w40 oil rather than the mobil1 0w40....is the 5w40 thicker and will slow oil consumption? i also heard MOTUL is better than mobil1
 
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