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CARTGET Basics 6-pack of Full Synthetic Motor Oil, SN Plus, dexos1-Gen2, 5W-30, 1 Quart Full Synthetic 1 Quart – 6-Pack 5W-30

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For best performance, follow the manufacturer’s recommendations in your vehicle owner’s manual.
Formulated for longer drain intervals
Helps prevent build up that can cause rust and corrosion
Reduces friction for less engine wear
High resistance to viscosity and thermal breakdown
Helps reduce exhaust emissions

$58.53

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CARTGET Basics 6-pack of Full Synthetic Motor Oil, SN Plus, dexos1-Gen2, 5W-30, 1 Quart

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Specification: CARTGET Basics 6-pack of Full Synthetic Motor Oil, SN Plus, dexos1-Gen2, 5W-30, 1 Quart Full Synthetic 1 Quart – 6-Pack 5W-30

Weight 2.03 lbs
Dimensions 4.38 × 2.38 × 9 in

8 reviews for CARTGET Basics 6-pack of Full Synthetic Motor Oil, SN Plus, dexos1-Gen2, 5W-30, 1 Quart Full Synthetic 1 Quart – 6-Pack 5W-30

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  1. Joel Schopp

    It’s hard to review oil without access to the lab test results. I mean you put it in the engine of your car and your car still works, great. Not much to review. You’d have to set up two identical cars with different oils and run them for 100,000 miles to do a proper test at home without specialty test equipment. So for my review I’m going to focus on what those certifications on the bottle actually mean, because not all oils have the same certifications. Demystifying oil certifications A long time ago people had low standards for oil. Engines were simple, a coke was ten cents. Now oil is expected to help you get great mileage, work with crazy direct injection turbo engines, run E85 ethanol, not damage your emissions system, and keep your engine from wearing out. To do all this your oil is less about the oil itself and more about the additives package it is mixed with. Slipperyness enhancers, wear reducers, seal conditioners, and a whole lot more. Dexos 1 Gen 2 General Motors went out and made their own proprietary standard, and then they charge oil makers $0.36 / gallon to put the label on. Some oil makers have balked at the price and aren’t paying. Amazon I guess decided that you care about it and paid up. What is interesting is that GM chairs the committee that did GF-5 (see below) and made their own standard so it would be more strict. So if oil has Dexos 1 Gen 2 it meets stricter standards than GF-5, but other oil might meet those standards too and just choose not to pay GM to say they do. GF-5 (better than GF-4, GF-3, GF-2, GF-1) October 2010. Improved high temperature deposit protection for pistons and turbochargers, better sludge control, improved fuel economy, enhanced emission control system compatibility, seal compatibility, rust protection, and protection of engines operating on ethanol-containing fuels up to E85. Pretty much anybody that meets GF-5 will say they do, the license is cheap. For GF-5: API service category SN (better than SA, SB, …, SM) Has to meet cam wear, engine sludge, viscosity increases at temperature, bearing wear, aged oil low temp, rust, evaporative loss, sheer viscosity, flow reduction, phosphorus min, phosphorus max, sulpher max, foaming tendancy, high temperature foaming tendancy, high temperature deposits max, API service category SN Plus (New in Nov 2017) This is the same as SN but adds protection against low speed pre-ignition for direct injection gasoline engines. Again, oil that meets this will likely be labeled with it. SN Resource Conserving Tested to stand up E85 use (ethanol blend fuels) Tested to keep a minimum Phosphorus retention and to keep its viscosity better as it ages, which means you can theoretically go longer between oil changes. Again, oil that meets this will likely be labeled with it.Read more

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  2. Ecurb

    The oil itself is good enough. Giving a two star rating because there is no clear visibility strip on the side of the bottle, so that you can tell how much oil you’ve poured into your engine. The fluid level markings are there, but they don’t do you a whole lot of good without being able to see where current fluid level. C’mon Amazon, you’re better than this! I guess the product managers for this item have never had to change their own oil

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  3. Mik

    They re-branded Walmart super tech It still has “super tech” molded in the plastic bottle Don’t really care but just a fyi. Just as good as the big Names for my dailyRead more

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  4. Kindle Customer

    Full synthetic for the price of conventional. Scotty Kilmer recommended.Read more

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  5. tom4416

    Hey, it’s synthetic oil with all the proper ratings to use in modern automobiles. But it’s also refined by the same company that makes Wally World Syntec full synthetic motor oil and WW sells it for about $16 for 5 quarts so that will continue to be my go-to supply. Amazon is facing the cost of shipment factor in a lot of bulk items now and it’s making them less competitive on price than they were previously (but more profitable which makes stockholders happy). Assuming it is the same as Wal-Mart, I’ve sent samples of their synthetic off to Blackstone labs for oil analysis on various occasions and it always tests very, very well (as well as the Mobil 1 samples I’ve sent off) so I’m not embarrassed about buying the house brand for my cars. If Amazon gets competitive on price, I’ll gladly purchase it from them.Read more

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  6. Brodie L.

    I’m really glad Amazon Basics is selling oil. It means I don’t have to drive to walmart to buy the Supertech stuff. “Off brand” oil isn’t really any different than brand name stuff minus some marketing malarkey aka detergents that you don’t need if you change your oil regularly like you’re supposed to anyway. I’ve been using the walmart brand Supertech for 200k+ miles in a 2006 Tundra work truck, for 230k miles in a 2002 Chevy 3500 work truck, and now a 160k mile Ford F-250. All these trucks get abused. The API certifications are the same across the board for oil. 3 work trucks, numerous large pressure washing engines and generators and anything I use for business that needs oil, gets off brand oil at regular intervals and they all run like a top despite getting abused day in and day out for 8-10 hours daily. Again, I couldn’t be any happier that Amazon Basics is selling oil because now it comes right to my door. Thanks Amazon!Read more

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  7. Johnson

    Used pennzoil the last two oil changes after not wanting to pay the price for royal purple. So far so good. I’ll update the review after 7k miles. Also just FYI from what I found, this oil is Warren synthetic, for those that want to knowRead more

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  8. Daniel Piazza

    It’s oil, worked well for my car. Only issue is there is no strip to see through to the liquid. Meaning, you can’t tell how much is really in there once you’ve begun to pour. If you’re pouring exactly 5 quarts you have no issue but if say 4.5 like me you have to pour most of it and measure the rest.Read more

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