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Castrol 03060 GTX MAGNATEC 0W-20 Full Synthetic Motor Oil, Green, 5 Quart

(6 customer reviews)

ATTENTION: Castrol GTX Magnatec will be transitioning to a brand NEW Castrol product, GTX Full Synthetic, on January 1st 2022.
Dramatically Reduce Engine Wear
Leave Critical Engine Parts 4X Smoother. As Tested In The Industry Sequence Iva Wear Test
Superior Wear Protection On Critical Engine Parts
For Best Performance, Follow The Manufacturer’s Recommendations In Your Vehicle Owner’s Manual

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ONLY Castrol GTX MAGNATEC IS UNIQUELY FORMULATED TO PROVIDE INSTANT PROTECTION FROM THE MOMENT YOU START. Did you know testing confirms that up to 75% of engine wear occurs during the first 20 minutes of warm up?When your engine stops, oil drains off critical engine parts, but the intelligent molecules in Castrol GTX MAGNATEC don’t – they form an extra layer of protection during warm up, when your engine needs it most, dramatically reducing engine wear and keeping critical parts up to 4X smoother.As tested in the industry Sequence IVA wear test.

Specification: Castrol 03060 GTX MAGNATEC 0W-20 Full Synthetic Motor Oil, Green, 5 Quart

Weight 9.31 lbs
Dimensions 8.3 × 4.56 × 12.75 in

6 reviews for Castrol 03060 GTX MAGNATEC 0W-20 Full Synthetic Motor Oil, Green, 5 Quart

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  1. Hiro Nakamura

    I used this in my CX-5 for 7,000 miles. Prior to and since then, I use Mobile ONE. When the Castrol was used, I could feel an occasional stutter in the engine while idling. I likely wouldn’t have noticed this if I had used it from the beginning, and it probably isn’t really doing any damage. Based on my non-scientific analysis and non-mechanical opinion I prefer to use Mobile ONE at this point since the stuttering isn’t present.Read more

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  2. Tony NYC

    I’ve been (as my friends call me) the “Correct Fluids Guy” by everyone I know because I make certain which fluid you need for your car. From the engine, tranny, coolant, power steering and brake fluid. Today’s cars use ALL kinds of different fluids and using the wrong on can kill your car. My 1990 Camry with MANUAL (stick shift) transmission takes AUTOMATIC transmission fluid. My 1983 Saab MANUAL transmission takes 10W-40 MOTOR oil. So be VERY careful as to the type and viscosity of fluids that go into your car. I’ve seen SO many CVT transmissions go down the drain ALL because people are NOT using fluid specifically for a CVT Tranny. Do NOT trust your mechanic. I’ve never met a professional mechanic yet who knew diddly about which fluids to use. They usually just put the CHEAPEST and WRONG junk in there and down the line, when your engine or tranny goes, you don’t make the connection. SO, let’s get to motor oil. I have been using Mobil 1 Extended Performance Motor Oil for a LONG time. Is it the absolute best? Nope. That would go to Red Line in my opinion. Amsoil would be second because I do NOT like their “Pyramid” marketing tactics.. BUT, you do NOT have to get that crazy. I made certain that ALL my friends would use Mobil 1 Extended Performance period. Now, Mobil has revamped their motor oil line. It is WAY too confusing. They always made a “high Mileage” version of their Mobil 1, for cars over 75,000 miles. but there was only ONE version of Mobil 1 Extended Performance motor oil. NOW, when my friends (who I change the fluids for) come by with their Mobil 1 Extended Performance for their vehicles, they are showing up with Mobil I EXTENDED PERFORMANCE HIGH MILEAGE motor. A NEW version of their old High Mileage motor all. Which is for cars that have OVER 75,000 miles. That’s to soften the seals and gaskets so your car won’t leak but I can’t get into why you should NOT use it, no matter WHAT the mileage on your vehicle is. So, I went with Castrol which I always felt was EQUAL to Mobil with their line of motor oils. This Castrol GTX Magnatec is their best fully synthetic oil. After tons of research, I actually find it to be better than Mobil 1 Extended Performance. So, when looking for it here on Amazon, I was SHOCKED by the great price! $20 for a FIVE quart container? YIKES, that’s like half the price of Mobil 1 Extended Performance. I DID THE RESEARCH. SAVE YOURSELF A FEW YEARS and take my word for it. PLEASE , if you use this oil, I STILL recommend ONLY using a Mobil 1 Oil Filter. Make sure which one your car takes on the Mobil 1 site. They sell them here on Amazon but you MUST find out which one on Mobil 1’s site OR by calling Mobil. In all the tests I’ve come across, the Mobil 1 oil filter is the best around. SO, I will now only use Castrol GTX Magnatec with a Mobil 1 oil filter. I have a few cars. I’ve used this twice so far on my 2018 Honda Accord LX. I change ALL the fluids on ALL my cars every year no matter what the mileage. MAKE CERTAIN THAT YOU PURCHASE THE RIGHT VISCOSITY OF THIS OIL FOR YOUR VEHICLE. DON’T FORGET TO USE A MOBIL 1 OIL FILTER and make sure it’s the RIGHT one for your vehicle. ONLY check that at Mobil 1’s site. MANY sites tell you the WRONG filter for your vehicleRead more

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  3. UmFrumBahstin

    I have been using Castrol GTX 0W-20 in my Toyota Corolla and a family member’s Dodge Dart for the past several years. I change oil regularly myself around 7,500 miles and keep logs on each service I perform to vehicles which are under my care, especially noting the observations when changing from one product brand to another. I am kind of OCD like that. LOL I can honestly say that when I switched to Castrol it had a lot to do with the price point. I have come to find over the past several years of use that this product (Castrol GTX 0W-20) performs great in the New England area of the USA year round. It works especially well under extreme cold temperatures ( 0 F- 25 F), one of the times when you depend on it most to perform. Castrol GTX 0W-20 not only works well all season long but after 7,500 miles, when it comes time to change the oil, Castrol comes out of the pan still having a slightly golden transparency on the edges of the draining flow with good viscosity. I was impressed by this as I have only seen this in some other purple brand of oil that I use in my summer car. This tells me that the oil still has plenty of life and protection to it when safely changing at 7,500 mile intervals. IMO, I know I could go longer intervals than that, but I don’t like to push it. Overall, I am quite pleased with Castrol’s performance and will continue using it in vehicles that I service. I also use their 5W-20 in my wife’s Jeep.Read more

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  4. Ken

    I bought 2 jugs for an oil change on my 2014 Chevy Silverado,as it uses 8 quarts of oil.. Love the oil..Read more

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  5. Alvaro Lopes

    Arrived on time well packed all good.Read more

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  6. Sandip

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