Have you noticed a rising oil level in the Mazda 6 due to a DPF fault?

I notice you were yet to be made aware of any DPF issues with Mazda Skyactiv diesels so I thought you might like see the attached which comes from the May 2013 issue of Diesel Car. Are you seeing any evidence of rising oil level on the 6 you are running?

Asked on 2 November 2013 by MG, Stamford

Answered by Honest John
No. I cautiously put mine in for an early first service at 10,094 miles and checked the oil, cold, that morning. It was still about 5mm below the ‘X’. The mistake is to check the oil when the engine has been running because then it will appear to reach the ‘X’ mark. Mazda Skyactiv diesels are the only diesels to meet EU6 emissions standards without a urea fuel additive such as ‘AdBlue’.
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