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Anyone see that Mobil has a new oil in 0w-20 for Trucks and SUVs?

https://www.businesswire.com/news/ho...-SUV-Synthetic


Can't seem to find it to buy anywhere yet but it looks interesting.....
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$40 for 5qt jug, and 10.99 for a single quart. I will stick to Amsoil.


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Toyota has been using factory type 'OE' bottled Mobil 1 for years. Nothing new, we use it all the time. Just a modified formula.
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$40 for 5qt jug, and 10.99 for a single quart. I will stick to Amsoil.
I missed the price. Where did you see the pricing?
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Toyota has been using factory type 'OE' bottled Mobil 1 for years. Nothing new, we use it all the time. Just a modified formula.
I've seen testing for Toyota's 0w-20 and and Mobil 1 0w-20. While they were similar, the Toyota oil was slightly better. Hard for me to believe that Toyota oil is just rebranded Mobil 1.

I've always felt that 0w-20 should have more wear additives for towing.
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I've seen testing for Toyota's 0w-20 and and Mobil 1 0w-20. While they were similar, the Toyota oil was slightly better. Hard for me to believe that Toyota oil is just rebranded Mobil 1...
I have never believed that myth that Toyota motor oil was just rebranded Mobil 1. If you have the means (mass spectrometer?), test for additives.

MHO opinion is that Toyota factory fill MAY be Mobil 1, but if it is, then it has a completely different additive package than the one on Walmart's shelves. Factory fill/Toyota oil "stinks" different. Jus' sayin'.


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I have never believed that myth that Toyota motor oil was just rebranded Mobil 1. If you have the means (mass spectrometer?), test for additives.

MHO opinion is that Toyota factory fill MAY be Mobil 1, but if it is, then it has a completely different additive package than the one on Walmart's shelves. Factory fill/Toyota oil "stinks" different. Jus' sayin'.
Maybe they put teriyaki in it for Japanese market.
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I missed the price. Where did you see the pricing?
I google searched it. Found it at Summit or Jegs, I forget. But they showed pricing and availability.

I just looked at what google gave me.

FWIW, it may have the zinc quantity/levels that Mobil removed from m1 years ago with differing on-road emissions. M1 started breaking down, and shearing in half the time the old formula did.


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I google searched it. Found it at Summit or Jegs, I forget. But they showed pricing and availability.

I just looked at what google gave me.

FWIW, it may have the zinc quantity/levels that Mobil removed from m1 years ago with differing on-road emissions. M1 started breaking down, and shearing in half the time the old formula did.
Thanks. I see it now. I don't know why I missed it before. It was summit.
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