Meets higher API standards than M1 Advanced Fuel Economy. Super Tech meets the API Resource Conserving requirment as specfied by Toyota, this refers to emission equipment protection (catalytic converter), not fuel economy. So at nearly half the cost of M1, Super Tech is actually a better oil for applications that specify API RC
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|Super Tech Full Synthetic Motor Oil provides outstanding protection in harsh environments, including cold starts and high horsepower/high heat applications. Provides superior protection for vehicles with longer drain intervals. Reduces engine wear. Combats sludge and deposits. Provides extreme temperature protection. For use in select Honda and Toyota engines designed to use SAE 0W-16 motor oil. Meets requirements for all gasoline automotive engines currently in use where a SAE 0W-16 that meets API SN PLUS, SN, SM, SL is specified. Always follow manufacturers recommendations.|
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Great for newer Toyotas
Haven't notice any issues when running this oil in my ‘19 Camry LE. Make sure to change your oil every 5K, not 10K like the manufacturer recommends. And don't use Walmart fram oil filters, use Toyota brand only.
I am always trying out different oils in my 2013 civic ex. My car is well past the warranty period, so I have the freedom to do this. I was hoping that this thin oil would improve fuel economy and it sure did, about a 1.25 mpg increase, with no noticable negative effects. The engine ran very smooth and quiet and the oil level did not drop during the OCI. When I drained the oil, there were no metal wear particles on my magnetic drain plug. I will use it again with no hesitation....after I try experimenting with others to satisfy my curiosity!
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