|Product Depth (in.)||4.50 in||Product Height (in.)||12.66 in|
|Product Width (in.)||8.20 in||Volume||5 Quarts|
|Automotive Part Type||Engine Oil||Container type||Bottle|
|General Part Type||Engine Oil||Number of Containers||1|
|Number Of Units In Package||1||Returnable||90-Day|
|Viscosity Grade||0W-20||Viscosity index||168|
|Volume (fl. oz.)||160|
|Manufacturer Warranty||See Attachment|
A: Check your owner’s manual for the exact oil filter recommended for your vehicle. For more details, please call 1-800-Best-Oil to speak with our Pennzoil Technical Team.
A: Yes, our SAE 0W-20 are suitable for use with all current vehicles on the road today calling for API SN PLUS or older specifications. 0W motor oils (0W-20) are suitable for use in 5W applications because the 20 refer to the viscosity measurement value. That value is the one most critical aspect to match when selecting a motor oil. The 0W or 5W refers to the pumpability in cold temperatures. Therefore, a 0W would flow more easily than a 5W and could be an acceptable substitute. Although this can also be used in high mileage (more than 75,000 mileage) passenger cars, we have a specific product designed to provide wear protection and helps reduce leaks due to engine wear and cracked or worn seals on older, high mileage vehicles. Pennzoil offers Pennzoil Platinum High Mileage motor oils in 0W grades which not only deliver unbeatable engine but are also boosted with seal swelling agents that are designed to rejuvenate cracked or worn seals to help reduce oil leaks. Thanks for your interest in our products. - Jeff Santos
A: I've got 150k on the odometer, and it's running fine with this; however, I think I remember the back having one of those option comparison charts mentioning a high mileage variant not carried by THD.
A: No, there are oils formulated specifically for vehicles w/ higher mileage. It would be in your best interests to seek that product out rather than buying this one.
A: High mileage is a misnomer. The oil labeled high mileage has elements that swell the seals, which can stop leaking temporarily. Unless you have an engine that is leaking oil, stay away from high mileage. This opposes what BurialBob wrote.
A: Hello, Shell does not have a specified mileage for its oils as the life of the oil can be greatly dependent on individual driving conditions; as much as possible we recommend that you follow the interval specified by your vehicle manufacturer. Sometimes they will have specific recommendations for synthetic oils. In case you would still like to extend your mileage using Pennzoil products, you may consider getting a used oil analysis that will tell you more about the condition of your oil at the end of the interval, and from there you can adjust your maintenance schedule accordingly. Regards, Shell Technical Information
A: Ed. This is a pertinent question many customers have.Your manufacturers specifications may be a good starting guide. Mine are Kia Rio 2020, every 7,500 miles or 12 months. You can tell by looking at the servive schedule booklet or look it up online
A: My use of this oil and my vehicle manufacturer recommended interval, 6,000 miles.
A: Ed I'm not a professional mechanic and I was told to follow the vehicle manufacturer's recommendation for changes. That being said, I don't. I change my oil every year (or every 10,000 miles, whichever comes first)
A: I would definitely check the owners manual or research online what people use. And the grade should be on the oil fill cap
A: William, look on the oil tank cap. It should say something like “0W20” or “5W35”, etc...That information helps you match what oil to purchase.
A: Hi William, YES, Pennzoil Platinum SAE 0W-20 full synthetic is suitable because it exceeds the performance requirements/warranty standards for your 2019 Toyota Corolla 1.8 LT. Thank you for your interest in our products. -- Jeff
A: Does the 2019 Toyota Corolla manual or data plate (sometimes oil cap itself) call for 0W-20 oil? If so, the answer to all your questions is a resounding YES. If it calls for a different grade of oil (5W-30 for example) then no.