Castrol EDGE 0W-40 A3/B4 Advanced Full Synthetic Motor Oil, 5 QT
|MSRP : $25.17|
Sale : $22.67
|Sold & shipped by Walmart|
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Help maintain the overall performance and well-being of your vehicle with this Castrol Edge Strength for Maximum Protection 0W40 Motor Oil. It is specially designed for use with cars or trucks that require 0W40 strength. The bottle is equipped with a handy pour spout and two built-in handles for added ease of use. This full synthetic Castrol Edge motor oil features Edge Strength for maximum performance.
- Advanced premium full synthetic motor oil to offer strength under extreme pressure
- Titanium strong for maximum engine performance
- Reduces metal-to-metal contact across a range of different driving speeds
- Protects the engine for the entire drain interval even under extreme pressure
- Decreases engine deposit formation to help maximize engine response
- Best full synthetic money can buy
the best oil i ever used
I owned a 2007 bmw 335i turbocharged engine with 137,000 miles on it., as per manufacturer recommendation to use mobil 1 0w- 40 motor oil. since I have that car with high mileage, the engine consumed so much oil. for every 90 to 112 miles of driving the oil level always drops to a critical level and I have to add a quart of oil. I checked for any indication of leaks ( valve cover, head gaskets, turbo seals, ) but cant find even a drop of oil on my garage floor. the engine doesn't blow any white smoke. it's kinda weird. I don't know where all the oil I added went. so I researched on any possible solution and read some BMW forum and found an interesting topic about too much oil consumption problem like I have and they pointed out to use Castrol full synthetic European blend 0w-40. sinced I started using this fantastic brand of oil, I never have to add a quart of oil every 90 to 112 miles anymore. it cured my engine problem like a miracle.
Excellent oil for the $$$
DON'T BE FOOLED by the other, similar looking Castrol Edge oils. Only the 0wXX oils are the European Formula. This is in my opinion, the best oil to use in your higher performance car. I own a 2014 Subaru STI. This turbocharged vehicle needs a 5w30 oil (as per the manual). However, this is due to emissions regulations and to reflect a higher MPG. A usual 5w30 shears down to a 20 weight oil after some spirited driving. Alot of people recommend the Rotella T6 (which I used religiously in my 2010 STI) which is a VERY good oil as well due to its higher ZDDP content. However, I was looking for a 0w40 oil for the better cold start protection as the rotella t6 only comes in 10w40. It was either the Mobil 0W40 or the Castrol 0w40. I have heard GREAT, GREAT things about the European Castrol 0w30 but wanted the thicker 40-weight for the protection a thicker oil provided (trade off is a slightly lower MPG). I was so happy to see that they finally brought the 40-weight European formula over to the US. Between this and the Mobil 0w40, you really can't go wrong. As far as the product itself, I haven't burned a drop of oil in the 5000 miles I have been using this. I bought my car brand new with 6 miles and at 1000 miles, I changed the oil and used Castrol 0w40. The STI is supposed to burn a quart about every 3750 miles but so far using this, it has been at exactly the same level since fill. This is from driving the turbocharged vehicle aggressively every day. I researched this product and learned that this has a robust additive package that will last all throughout the lifecycle. Since I am driving my vehicle hard, I stick with 3-4k oil changes. However, this oil can last much longer (8-10k OCI's). Until I get a UOA however, I will stick with my 3k intervals.
Unbelievable good deal for full synthetic
Full synthetic at walmart sale prices how could you possibly go wrong, I was going to use mobil 1 15w50 but then this went on sale for 21 bucks each for 0w40 plus I got a shipping discount because I didn't need it immediately and paid less than 40 for 10 quarts of good quality name brand full synthetic, man I love walmart, the porsche dealership quoted me $350 for an oil change, I bought an oil filter, floor jack, drain pan, jack stands and 10 quarts of oil for just a little over a 100 did I mention that man I love Walmart;)
Full synthetic oil for BMW.
Since the Mobil1 is no longer BMW Longlife 01 compatible, I found this to be the new oil for my BMWs.
Best oil for the money.
One of the best oils on market for late vw/audi FSI engines. Also great for any other turbocharge, high performance engine. Similar oils with similar specs will cost you double more. And some other parts of the world maybe even three times $ higher. Engine will run quiet and cool... Again 5k miles oci are perfect. For friends with BPY engine codes make sure to check K&N oil filter which is also bargain. 7$ at walmart. Part PS-7010 Thank you
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