Synthetic Blend Motor Oil
The synthetic blend motor oil contains base oil that is man-made. The synthesis processes through which the oil is made improve key performance attributes and enable improvements to wear protection, extreme temperature performance and deposit control. It also provides an opportunity for lower viscosity grades (like 0W-20) that are designed to improve fuel economy.synthetic blend is simply a mixture or blend of synthetic and conventional motor oils. Talking about the price and protection levels are in between conventional and full synthetic oil. (Often synthetic oil is referred to as “full synthetic” to distinguish it from a synthetic blend.) So you can think of conventional, synthetic blend and full synthetic oil as good, better, best, because of the high cost of Synthetic oil the reason we brought the blend As the name implies the synthetic Blend motor oil.
Why you need Synthetic blend motor oil?
First, because your vehicle’s manufacturer requires it. More and more manufacturers today design their engines specifically around the superior protection and performance properties of synthetic oils. Your Jiffy Lube® technician can tell you which oil is required for your vehicle, or you can look at your vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations. You may risk engine damage if you don’t use synthetic oil, and you may void your new-vehicle warranty.
Synthetic blend motor oil offers better protection and performance, regardless of whether your manufacturer requires it or not, particularly in extreme temperatures. Synthetic oil flows more freely at freezing temperatures than conventional oil and resists breakdown or “burn off” at higher temperatures. The difference is really eye-opening. So especially if you live in areas of the country where temperatures sometimes get down to single digits and/or climbs near or exceeds triple digits, you should consider a synthetic or synthetic blend. You should also consider a synthetic or synthetic blend if you do a lot of towing or other “severe use” driving, like lots of stop-and-go traffic or grinding, rush-hour, big-city commutes.