quote:To quote a man who has been closely involved with car makers and oil for decades.."use a lubricant of the correct viscosity that is specified by the Manufacturer and Listed by them as Approved – especially when under any form of Warranty"
Of course, out of warranty, use what you will and be happy. But you won't go wrong doing the above.
My point again........the above statement is not totally gospel.
Lots of people have 300k on their cars because they dropped lots of 'dough' to get there.
I am not talking about what some people may or may not achieve. I am talking the average scenario. My aunt smoked for 50 years,and lived to be 90,so smoking is ok,using your logic.
What is your real point?