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    Default Recommended OIL for Toyota Corolla!!!!

    AOA
    I have Corolla 2009 1.3L.
    84000 km driven.
    Toyota motors always Add 20W50 Toyota Oil in my car.
    Please suggest on it,
    During winter or summer, when I start vehicle, I give Time to car,
    And when temperature needle start moving up from "C",,, then I move
    The car....

    Is the oil grade correct..??

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    Use kixx pso 5w 40 would cost u with filter 4100rs and do at least 7k with it. Early draining is also harmful because of detergent in oil to clean engine. I have used 20w 50 till 27k in my corrolla .

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    Kixx pao my bad

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    AOA....
    finally i have changed the previous oil toyota petron 20W50,,,, after a lot lot lot of research....
    right now using,,,,, Mobil 2000, 10W40.....its 2700 rupees for 4L.

    lets C what would be the results......

    i am planning to put this oil two times.......
    then i will change to
    Mobil 1 , 5W50.....

    what u guys suggest......
    Comments please......

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    Quote Originally Posted by eagleeyez View Post
    AOA....
    finally i have changed the previous oil toyota petron 20W50,,,, after a lot lot lot of research....
    right now using,,,,, Mobil 2000, 10W40.....its 2700 rupees for 4L.

    lets C what would be the results......

    i am planning to put this oil two times.......
    then i will change to
    Mobil 1 , 5W50.....

    what u guys suggest......
    Comments please......
    Frequent hopping of oil grade is not recommended.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eagleeyez View Post
    AOA....
    finally i have changed the previous oil toyota petron 20W50,,,, after a lot lot lot of research....
    right now using,,,,, Mobil 2000, 10W40.....its 2700 rupees for 4L.

    lets C what would be the results......

    i am planning to put this oil two times.......
    then i will change to
    Mobil 1 , 5W50.....

    what u guys suggest......
    Comments please......
    You could have gone directly to 5W-50 it's actually thicker then 10w-40 and fully synthetic won't harm

    But step in the right direction, hope you have felt a difference


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    Quote Originally Posted by dms664 View Post
    Frequent hopping of oil grade is not recommended.

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    No brother,,,, its just that i want to shift my car to Mobil1 5W50...
    so suddenly putting 5W50 in the car,,,which is already using 20W50,, will be more harmful...
    this is just my analysis....

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    Quote Originally Posted by eagleeyez View Post
    No brother,,,, its just that i want to shift my car to Mobil1 5W50...
    so suddenly putting 5W50 in the car,,,which is already using 20W50,, will be more harmful...
    this is just my analysis....
    There is no harm.


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    Here's the current thinking on the subject of mixing mineral and synthetic oils. This information is based on the answer to a technical question posed on the Shell Oil website:
    There is no scientific data to support the idea that mixing mineral and synthetic oils will damage your engine. When switching from a mineral oil to a synthetic, or vice versa, you will potentially leave a small amount of residual oil in the engine. That's perfectly okay because synthetic oil and mineral-based motor oil are, for the most part, compatible with each other. (The exception is pure synthetics. Polyglycols don't mix with normal mineral oils.)
    There is also no problem with switching back and forth between synthetic and mineral based oils. In fact, people who are "in the know" and who operate engines in areas where temperature fluctuations can be especially extreme, switch from mineral oil to synthetic oil for the colder months. They then switch back to mineral oil during the warmer months.
    There was a time, years ago, when switching between synthetic oils and mineral oils was not recommended if you had used one product or the other for a long period of time. People experienced problems with seals leaking and high oil consumption but changes in additive chemistry and seal material have taken care of those issues. And that's an important caveat. New seal technology is great, but if you're still driving around in a car from the 80's with its original seals, then this argument becomes a bit of a moot point - your seals are still going to be subject to the old leakage problems no matter what newfangled additives the oil companies are putting in their products.

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    Brothers indus introduced new oil taglon which is 5w-50 what u guys suggest is it good to use in gli engine 1300cc? What u guys say some ppl say that the engine is of old technology so its not recommended to use 5w-50 in it pls suggest.
    My car is 1200kms driven and i want to change oil as early as possible and next ill change oil at 5k and than will maintain 5k interval. Dont want more 20w-50 running in my car.
    Specifically reviews on Taglon 5w-50 which toyota is offering.
    Thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by nousher101 View Post
    Brothers indus introduced new oil taglon which is 5w-50 what u guys suggest is it good to use in gli engine 1300cc? What u guys say some ppl say that the engine is of old technology so its not recommended to use 5w-50 in it pls suggest.
    My car is 1200kms driven and i want to change oil as early as possible and next ill change oil at 5k and than will maintain 5k interval. Dont want more 20w-50 running in my car.
    Specifically reviews on Taglon 5w-50 which toyota is offering.
    Thanks


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    I think ur engine would be pretty happy with 5W50... What's its price?
    Why u don't go for Mobil1 5W50, its about 5300 rupees 4L.

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    I am using Mobil Oil 5W50 synthetic oil since i purchased my car in 2010 and changes oil after 10000 Kms. Never felt any issue with, and the main thing is car gets smooth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabbas View Post
    I am using Mobil Oil 5W50 synthetic oil since i purchased my car in 2010 and changes oil after 10000 Kms. Never felt any issue with, and the main thing is car gets smooth.
    10k KM are you sure?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nousher101 View Post
    Brothers indus introduced new oil taglon which is 5w-50 what u guys suggest is it good to use in gli engine 1300cc? What u guys say some ppl say that the engine is of old technology so its not recommended to use 5w-50 in it pls suggest.
    My car is 1200kms driven and i want to change oil as early as possible and next ill change oil at 5k and than will maintain 5k interval. Dont want more 20w-50 running in my car.
    Specifically reviews on Taglon 5w-50 which toyota is offering.
    Thanks


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    its a good oil. you can use it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nousher101 View Post
    Brothers indus introduced new oil taglon which is 5w-50 what u guys suggest is it good to use in gli engine 1300cc? What u guys say some ppl say that the engine is of old technology so its not recommended to use 5w-50 in it pls suggest.
    My car is 1200kms driven and i want to change oil as early as possible and next ill change oil at 5k and than will maintain 5k interval. Dont want more 20w-50 running in my car.
    Specifically reviews on Taglon 5w-50 which toyota is offering.
    Thanks


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    Going more than 5w30 will reduce fuel consumption. Stick to 5w30 or 10w30. For gli.
    I m using 5w40 fully synthetic nd avg is 13.5
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    Toyota 10w 30 Petron Plus used in my Altis 1.6 for more than a year. Nice oil.

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