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    Hello, I'm confused with 5w20 - 5w30 and 10w30 - 10w40, which one is suitable for my vitz 2011 and Its 54k driven right now, Usually I change my oil after every 4k, Oil with better fuel and less engine sound, Oil that can work throughout both weathers winter and summer, thanks in advance

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    Go for 5w30 in either Caltex Havoline or Liqui Moly.
    Caltex will last around 4,000 km whereas Liqui Moly with slight difference in price manages 9,000-10,000 km.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aliusman420 View Post
    Go for 5w30 in either Caltex Havoline or Liqui Moly.
    Caltex will last around 4,000 km whereas Liqui Moly with slight difference in price manages 9,000-10,000 km.
    Do you know estimated price tag for liqui moly oil?
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    Quote Originally Posted by alee_k View Post
    Do you know estimated price tag for liqui moly oil?
    In Khi , 4L pack for around 4.3k

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    Quote Originally Posted by alee_k View Post
    Do you know estimated price tag for liqui moly oil?
    I use it in my Prius, it is for around Rs. 4,000 for 4L pack.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alee_k View Post
    Btw only go for liqui moly if you can do 7000 kms within 6 months.
    If your running is very minimal, you can go for the shell helix 5w30 or the one Ali Usman bhai mentioned.
    They are almost half the price of liquimoly nd you can change them at 4000 km ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by khalid7shafqat View Post
    Btw only go for liqui moly if you can do 7000 kms within 6 months.
    If your running is very minimal, you can go for the shell helix 5w30 or the one Ali Usman bhai mentioned.
    They are almost half the price of liquimoly nd you can change them at 4000 km ..
    Actually my running is 5000k every 2-3 months? Which oil company would be more suitable for engine?
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    Quote Originally Posted by alee_k View Post
    Actually my running is 5000k every 2-3 months? Which oil company would be more suitable for engine?
    Lets get some facts straight and involve some math

    Performance wise theres not much difference between liquimoly n shell (my personal opinion, have tried both)

    Mileage wise i wont be able to comment now, as this was the first oil change in my current car.

    Liqui moly Rs 4,500 ..... good for 7000-10000 km
    Shell Rs 2,500 (dont know the exact price) .... good for 6000 km (shell waale say 8000km t chalao bt anyways)

    Engine oil must not be used for more than 6 months.

    You ll drive around 10000 km in 6 months

    So you have the option of..

    1. Shell .. Local .. cheaper in short term .. 2 oil changes .. 2 filter changes .. 6 months
    2. Liquimoly .. Imported .. cheaper in long term .. 1 oil change .. 1 filter change (cx i know har koi oil filter engine oil k saath change krwata hai ) .. 6 months

    So choice is urs, whatever suits u my frnd

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    Quote Originally Posted by khalid7shafqat View Post
    Lets get some facts straight and involve some math

    Performance wise theres not much difference between liquimoly n shell (my personal opinion, have tried both)

    Mileage wise i wont be able to comment now, as this was the first oil change in my current car.

    Liqui moly Rs 4,500 ..... good for 7000-10000 km
    Shell Rs 2,500 (dont know the exact price) .... good for 6000 km (shell waale say 8000km t chalao bt anyways)

    Engine oil must not be used for more than 6 months.

    You ll drive around 10000 km in 6 months

    So you have the option of..

    1. Shell .. Local .. cheaper in short term .. 2 oil changes .. 2 filter changes .. 6 months
    2. Liquimoly .. Imported .. cheaper in long term .. 1 oil change .. 1 filter change (cx i know har koi oil filter engine oil k saath change krwata hai ) .. 6 months

    So choice is urs, whatever suits u my frnd
    I think liquimoly would be much better then locally shell, I can't trust on those local oil, imported oil trusted tou hongey atleast, thankyou so much for detailed reply
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    Quote Originally Posted by alee_k View Post
    I think liquimoly would be much better then locally shell, I can't trust on those local oil, imported oil trusted tou hongey atleast, thankyou so much for detailed reply
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