I say the VQ specifically because what’s great in one engine may not be for another. I like to review things too. They are independent publications and are not affiliated with or endorsed by Nissan or Infiniti. There are some differences, but full synthetic oils meeting the latest GF5 standard are more similar than they are different I will give it a shot on my next oil change. The comments from the oil analysis company were interesting.
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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 year.
The comments from the oil analysis company were interesting. They both use ground beef well maybebut the quality of the ingredients are not comparable and nissa recipe is completely different. Material may not be copied or reprinted without written permission.
If you like your current product and it hasn’t failed you then stick with it. I only used it because the base exchange had it on sale, was down at 6 something a quart iirc.
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I have that crappy NAPA oil in it too. I will give it a shot nissn my next oil change. Basically, the most important factors nissxn synthetic oil are using manufacturer recommended viscosity grade, meeting ILSAC GF5 and following manufacturer recommended maintenance schedules.
And when GF6 comes out, you should be looking for that. I’ve never had a motor die because of lubrication issues, other than a bad oil pump. If I were you I probably would’ve went stomping out of here long ago. We’re pretty terrible people. And are those differences even significant enough to warrant paying such a premium for one over the other especially for vehicles used for ordinary driving?
If you like the Pennzoil brand, then that’s great. Some people like the same old thing. On top of that, we were using the same Valvoline in our service vans at work and the techs were noticing niesan were burning a quart of oil in between oil changes where with Mobil 1 they did not.
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My oil never reaches the point of break down I don’t think it is appropriate for me to push the brand I used to work for, but I wanted to point out some of the overstated marketing that could be misleading.
I would’ve bought it with or without the “Pure Plus” technology or the marketing antics anyways. Research and you’d see that Platinum outperforms Mobil as well.
I don’t know the answers. Sure they’re the best, but you have to buy them online and they’re way over priced. Change your oil often and it doesn’t matter what brand you use.
If you can get better protection for your engine for the same or less money why wouldn’t you? And the differences that are there may vary from batch to batch and how the oil was stored e. 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. Or changing your oil every 3, miles vs every 10, miles.
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For example Ultra doesn’t look nearly as good coming out of a Subaru EJ. In other words, is it really worth it or is it mostly hype?
Your girlfriend already told me plenty about how adequate your product was last night. 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 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. I probably need to plan an oil change for the Miata this weekend since it’s supposed to be nice weather. I have no problem buying Castrol or Mobil 1 if it’s not on the shelf or costs more at the time.