/Images/Upload/frmCMSContent/B0E1qJvDwpPTXOmupLrG.jpg Usually, “If it’s too good to be true.” It is. If the price for the oil is lower than market average, you should double-check the origin of the product.

4 Steps for Genuine Engine Oil

Published on 3 years ago on 29/03/2018
By SP2U

Have you ever wondered if the oil you just bought is genuine?

We have a simple 4 step checklist to ease your worries.

1. Be Wary of The Price

Usually, “If it’s too good to be true.” It is. If the price for the oil is lower than market average, you should double-check the origin of the product.

2. The color and smell

Genuine engine oil is usually golden and clear. Imitation oils are brown or black. Imitation oils are usually made out of recycled oil. If it smells burnt when you open the bottle, it is likely an imitation as well.

3. The Packaging

Ensure that it has genuine packaging. Inspect every detail from the quality of the bottle, to the quality of the print, to the caps matching the bottle’s color. If any of these are off, be wary of this product.

4. The consistency/viscosity

If you have been a long time user of a particular engine oil, this should be the best teller. If you notice a change inconsistency/viscosity during an oil change, check where the product came from.

 

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