How many miles is Valvoline full synthetic oil good for?

How many miles is Valvoline full synthetic oil good for?

Valvoline offers three (3) different levels of protection.

Type of Valvoline Motor Oil Guarantee
SynPower, SynPower NextGen, or Valvoline Full Synthetic High Mileage with MaxLife ™ Technology 300,000 Miles
MaxLife, MaxLife NextGen or DuraBlend 225,000 Miles
Premium Conventional or NextGen Conventional 150,000 Miles

How often should Valvoline synthetic oil be changed?

every 3,000 to 4,000 miles
The Valvoline Limited Engine Guarantee makes it easy to remember to change your oil every 3,000 to 4,000 miles. We send simple reminders to those who enroll their vehicles.

Who makes Valvoline oil?

Ashland Inc.
ABOUT VALVOLINE™: Valvoline™, a brand of Ashland Inc. ( NYSE : ASH), is a leading, worldwide producer and distributor of premium-branded automotive, commercial and industrial lubricants, and automotive chemicals. It ranks as the #2 quick-lube chain and #3 passenger car motor oil brand in the United States .

What brand of oil does Valvoline use?

At Valvoline, that’s our DuraBlend™ brand. Then there’s MaxLife™, which is specially blended to provide maximum protection for high mileage vehicles, typically those with over 75,000 miles on their odometer. Next up is SynPower™, our full synthetic oil, which provides maximum synthetic protection.

Is Valvoline good motor oil?

Valvoline synthetic motor oil is a household name in the oil industry. The brand is trusted for its high-quality synthetic oils that make your engine run smoother for longer. It got our attention when it was tested in extreme temperatures and still maintained its original texture. It remains light and fluid.

What does 5W-30 actually mean?

In a 5W-30 for example, the number before the W describes the viscosity of the oil at low temperatures. The lower the number, the thinner the oil and the better the oil’s cold temperature/ cold start performance. The number after the W describes how thick the oil is at the engine’s normal operating temperature.

What is the difference between 5W-30 and 10W-30?

Difference in Meaning. Both of the 10w30 vs.

  • Performance. Both 5w30 and 10w30 engine oils have a similar SAE rating,meaning that they will perform the same at high or operating temperatures.
  • Ideal Use. Before you select and engine oil,it is important to check the location of where you will be using the car.
  • Lubrication.
  • Can I use 5W30 instead of 5W20?

    Not really. 5w20 and 5w30 are not exactly interchangeable but there will be no damaging your engine for using 5w30 instead of 5w20. Whereas 5w20 is thinner, 5w30 is thicker in operating temperatures. Many automakers now produce engines that run on 5w20 oil for fuel efficiency and less drag.