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While motor oil is used in many different kinds of engines, we usually think of using it in our automobiles. Whether you change your oil at a dealership, in specialty business, or in your own garage, you will need to determine what kind is best for your car. It can make a big difference in how long your car's engine will last.
Consult your owner's manual for the recommended viscosity (5W-20, 5W-30, 10W-20, etc.). You may also want to talk to a professional about the best choice for your vehicle, given your driving habits and the typical operating conditions for the area. Next, you'll have to decide the type of motor oil you would like in your car.
This type is more expensive than conventional, and not all engines need it. Refer to your owner's guide, and if it doesn't recommend this type, it may just be an additional cost that doesn't add that much value to your engine.
Synthetic Blend: As the name suggests, this type is actually a blend of conventional and synthetic. It is designed to give the engine better protection during heavier loads and higher temperatures. It is frequently used in trucks and SUV's. Even though there is the synthetic component, it does not cost much more than premium conventional types.
High Mileage: Once your vehicle has more than 75,000 miles on the engine, you may want to consider a motor oil designed for that purpose. This type is formulated with seal conditioners that help to keep the internal engine seals flexible.
The Honda Civic was the Little Compact Car Darling of the 70s and 80s until competition started to ramp up in the form of Toyota's, Mazda's and a plethora of Hyundai's and Fords !! The Civic first came on the scene in 1973. It was economical, rated high for safety and attracted a lot of frugally minded consumers. Competition isn't always bad; it kept Honda refining and resculpting the Civic over all these years.