Introducing New Energy Saving, Fuel Efficient AMSOIL 100% Synthetic 0W-20 Motor Oil

Introducing New Energy Saving, Fuel Efficient AMSOIL 100% Synthetic 0W-20 Motor Oil

AMSOIL INC. has introduced a new energy saving, fuel efficient synthetic oil, AMSOIL 100% Synthetic 0W-20 Motor Oil. Several vehicle manufacturers, including Ford, Honda, DaimlerChrylser and Toyota, recommend either a 0W-20 or 5W-20 motor oil in many of the vehicles they produce, increasing demand for these oils.

AMSOIL INC. has introduced a new energy saving, fuel efficient synthetic oil, AMSOIL 100% Synthetic 0W-20 Motor Oil. Several vehicle manufacturers, including Ford, Honda, DaimlerChrylser and Toyota, recommend either a 0W-20 or 5W-20 motor oil in many of the vehicles they produce, increasing demand for these oils. The new AMSOIL 100% Synthetic 0W-20 Motor Oil provides maximum protection in a light viscosity for up to 25,000 miles or one year, whichever comes first.

Product Description
AMSOIL 100% Synthetic 0W-20 Motor Oil delivers extraordinary lubrication for automotive gasoline engines. Formulated with the industry’s premier synthetic technology and additives in a light viscosity formulation, it withstands high temperatures and delivers outstanding fuel economy and cold temperature performance. AMSOIL Synthetic 0W-20 Motor Oil delivers long-lasting performance and protection, extending drain intervals far beyond those recommended for conventional oils. Its unique synthetic formulation and long drain additive system are very stable, resisting oxidation and neutralizing acids.

By delivering the best possible engine protection, cleanliness and performance over extended drain intervals, AMSOIL Synthetic 0W-20 Motor Oil reduces vehicle maintenance and waste oil disposal costs. AMSOIL Synthetic 0W-20 Motor Oil is designed to maximize energy efficiency for improved fuel economy. Its light viscosity properties reduce drag, while its uniform molecular structure helps it flow more freely to reduce friction between metal surfaces.

With its shear stable formulation and high viscosity index, AMSOIL Synthetic 0W-20 Motor Oil provides excellent viscosity film strength to separate metal surfaces and contains robust anti-wear additives for the best possible engine protection.

AMSOIL Synthetic 0W-20 Motor Oil resists thermal breakdown better than conventional oils. It is heavily fortified with detergent and dispersant additives to prevent sludge deposits and keep engines clean. And unlike conventional oils, AMSOIL Synthetic 0W-20 Motor Oil contains no wax. It stays fluid down to -65°F for improved cold temperature oil flow, reduced bearing wear and easier starting.

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