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    Default Engine oil for civic

    Aoa all.
    I need a suggestion for Engine oil for my car. I have searched forums and people have suggested Mobil 1.
    Car = Civic 1.8
    Mileage = 60,000 kms
    Previously, I have used Caltex havoline formula and found it good.
    I'm confused..
    Is it fine using Mobil 1 Fully synthetic(5w-50) in a car clocked nearly 60k kms?


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    bump..

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    Sir it is fine but whats more fine than that is "To use the recommended oil grade in the owner's manual".
    Always follow the manual.
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    It depends on the condition of the engine, if its fine and perfect....please use the recommended one on the manual, if u dont have a manual, get to know the rating frm the manual. then use any well reputed brand like Zic or havoline
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haji__John View Post
    Sir it is fine but whats more fine than that is "To use the recommended oil grade in the owner's manual".
    Always follow the manual.
    Alright sir. I will surely consult owner's manual for recommended oil grade.
    Thanks for suggestion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atherrr View Post
    It depends on the condition of the engine, if its fine and perfect....please use the recommended one on the manual, if u dont have a manual, get to know the rating frm the manual. then use any well reputed brand like Zic or havoline
    Engine is in pretty good condition. Then I should give it a try.

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