please send us or refer to us any local or reconditioned manual , scan that page or at least refer us the model that's used locally and owner manual recommends 0w -20
there are NO such requirements.
if this is the case, then why are not quoting me when i say "contact authorized dealer" - they have the empirical experience
there is no need and it is damaging to use low viscosity oil in a car like cultus or corolloa
this is based on experience and that is enough
more over, companies who manufacture know more than u & I. toyota indus has no oil for its cars which is 0w.
neither does honda nor does toyota or Hyyndai.
END OF STORY bro
hence you see, i am not wrong. because no car manufacturer her either has ( as in genuine toyota oil or honda oil ) which is 0w anything
if you prefer go ahead and use whichever u think is right
as for hydraulic lifter, you completely missed the point .
again its an effort to bring the point to light.. however let me give it last try
the point raised was 20w-50 is not right for cultus?
its is the one recommended after 75,000 or 85000 by Pak Suzuki - , for that model
end of story
i had a corrolla xli 2011 - continued using Zic A+ on it, after 165000 kms - it started consuming oil!
upon contacting toyotal i was told i made a mistake of using Zic A+ , now i must skip the 10w-40 oil and go directly to 20w-50.
they said the engine will now not run its full life of 300 Km but will start burning oil in another 20,000.
0w- is not needed by 99% of cars in pakistan and hence it is not recommended
FYI: Let me add low viscosity does not always mean better lubircation. thicker oil are sometimes more suited for better lubrication
fair enough @ knowledge about hydaulic lifters, surely i will read up on that, but point here was not that all. hence won't comment on it further.
again, the debate /question was 83k done carb. cultus.. - again... contact authorized dealer