To improve fuel economy, automakers have been moving to thinner grades, but lighter simple hydrocarbons tend to be more volatile Maybe i’ll try some on my vehicle on the next oil change, because they claim it’s a better product. Mobil 1 will always be my go to oil, but i’m willing to give the Pennzoil a try because as I mentioned above – I would assume it would be at least comparable in quality. And when GF6 comes out, you should be looking for that. It costs the same on the shelf as everything else comparable at most retailers. The comments from the oil analysis company were interesting. If you like the Pennzoil brand, then that’s great.
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I have that crappy NAPA oil in it too. I only used it because the base exchange had it on sale, was down at 6 something a quart iirc.
Yet somehow everyone keeps getting their panties in a twist if anyone tries to defend Pennzoil. Why would you pay more for the Pennzoil? My damn fluid pump is still boxed up somewhere We’re trying to force you to switch to a oil you don’t want to, that’s costs too much, and can’t preform better than what you already use.
I obviously see by the one example, that the Pennzoil had slightly better “figures” for certain types of what I’m guessing are bad materials than Mobil1. Why is it better than the store branded oil that’s half the price?
The original post was just simply stating “Hey Pennzoil changed their product. If it does well, i’ll probably switch everything over to it. I would’ve bought it with or without the “Pure Plus” technology or the marketing antics anyways. I don’t know the answers. I have no problem buying Castrol nissab Mobil 1 if it’s not on the shelf or costs more at the time. Why should I switch from my favorite oil?
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Maybe i’ll try some on my vehicle on the next oil change, because they claim it’s a better product. Especially in this case since both Platinum and Ultra, from my experience, are always cheaper.
I will give it a shot on my next oil change. We’re pretty terrible people.
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PAO is just a hydrocarbon chain with a double bonded carbon at one end. Don’t get “all shook up”. If you can get better protection for your engine for the same or less money why wouldn’t you? I know you can go for extended intervals with the Amsoil, but I really never have felt comfortable going above 10, miles for oil change intervals. I didn’t plan ahead this time, the weather was too nice yesterday not to take advantage. Research and you’d see that Platinum outperforms Mobil as well.
I have yet to see any significant proof that it’s better than the other products available, but i’ve seen a lot more people and also performance shops using the Pennzoil Platinum in the past nisssn. You obviously listened to a commercial, ad, a friend, a mechanic or something along those lines when you chose your current oil product, pennzil maybe that’s why you’re still here with the douchebags who like this new-fangled gimmicky oil product.
I don’t think it is appropriate hissan me to push the brand I used to work for, but Nissann wanted to point out some of the overstated marketing that could be misleading.
I normal am very loyal to Mobil 1 but it seems like it nissn actually be to a better standard than Mobil 1 is so we’ll see how it performs. I can agree with you on the fact that the marketing gimmick is dumb and there is no significant proof to show that it’s any better than what we’re already using.
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The Royal Purple that came out still had a nice dark purplish tint to it, not nearly as dark as I thought it would be. Material may not be copied or reprinted without written permission.
I will say that i’ve considered switching over to Royal Purple or Amsoil many times, but I really don’t like using a product that’s not readily available locally.
I use whatever Synthetic is on sale and don’t really think twice. Brand loyalty to an oil, particularly from the Mobil crowd, is just silly. Nissqn willing to bet both Mobil1 and Pennzoil’s newest creation well exceed car manufacturer specifications for normal use. Now, some oils that do not meet GF5 may work for certain applications– racing oils that are great on non-emission track cars will fail to meet GF5 because they contain metal-based anti-wear compounds that bond to the surfaces of oxygen sensors and catalytic converters and lead to emissions fails.
We probably all care for our vehicles better though than most people outside of this community and that’s what matters.