Mobil 1 0W-30 Advanced Fuel Economy Full Synthetic Motor Oil, 5 qt.
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Mobil 1 0W-30 Advanced Fuel Economy Full Synthetic Motor Oil, 5 quart.:
- Low viscosity
- Mobil motor oil will increase your engine's efficiency
- Outstanding thermal and oxidation stability
- It can improve the fuel economy of your vehicle by up to 2 percent
- Helps reduce oil aging
- Provides your engine with lubrication as well as protection from wear
- Enhances your motor's performance at low temperatures
- Prolong the life of your engine
- Made for all driving styles and conditions
- Ideal for use in passenger cars, SUVs, light vans and trucks
2008 Toyota Tundra 5.7L @ 96,500 miles
The Tundra manual says to use 0w20, but with the excess mileage on ours, and we pull a 7000 lb trailer I decided it was time to switch to a slightly thicker oil so 0w-30 was my choice. Been running it for two years now and love it. Great oil, great in our well worn-in motor. FYI....I stayed with 0w20 until I hit the 80,000 mark.
Great oil regardless of temperature!
I've started switching all my cars & trucks (7) to 0w30 and 0w40. Lot's of people say it's too thin for the hotter areas but this is not the case! The 0w (winter) is the oils viscosity, or flow characteristics, at 40C (104F) or just after start up. The 30 or 40 is the viscosity at 100C (212F) which would be the same as any 10w-30 or 10w-40 engine oil. 0w-30 and 0w-40 flow much easier during and just after start up. This is when most engine wear occurs. However once warmed to operating temps it is no thinner than regular 10w-30 and 10w-40. so you lose no protection once warmed up but gain a lot of protection before that! Plus you get more miles between oil changes! It's a win win!
Always better for your engine than 0W20
If you read the fine print in the manual - it usually says higher than w20 may be needed with higher temperatures or loads. If you read between the lines - that means w20 was chosen to maximize MPG - not engine life. There are only a few oils that meet the new specs and offer a 0wXX oil over 0w20 - with 0w30 being the highest currently available - and with Mobil carrying the most enduring reputation of those available. If you go thru the viscosity numbers - it's obvious 0w30 viscosity is always within the 0w20 viscosity band over temperature - with substantial advantage at high temperature or load - like the fine print in the manual usually says.
I got this oil for my wife 2006 Honda Accord. The car is smooth and she gets good mileage.
I switched over to this from using a 5W 30 in both of our vehicles. I could immediately tell a difference in the sound and feel of the car. Smoother running at start up and does not sound so sluggish in the cold mornings. I will stick with this from now on.
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