After my volkswagen polo (2017) went out of warranty, I started pouring this oil. No questions at all. The car starts with a bang in any frost, the engine runs smoothly and quietly. Previously, the car ate oil (native, poured at the offices) had to constantly monitor and refill, now this problem disappeared. I do not know what to do with either the engine lapped, or the oil is. In short, carry a liter canister for a refill for the second year, but not once more dosed. The only drawback is that it is a bit expensive compared to analogues, but I think it is worth it.
I had a POLO car (2017) used to put in regular oil from the gas station. I had to change it often and the car did not drive smoothly. I learned about this oil from a friend. As soon as I tried to pour this oil the car began to fly, and drive smoothly. The engine does not rumble. I can emphasize that it is expensive.
Highly recommend this oil for purchase
- Good oil in every way
I would like to recommend to you, dear readers, an excellent synthetic car engine oil Synthoil High Tech 5W-30, 4L.
The oil is suitable for diesel and gasoline cars, both equipped and not equipped with turbocharger and particulate filters.
I can note that the cleaning properties of the oil are noticeable after a few thousand kilometers of mileage.
I always take it for my car.
The only drawback is the high price, but the quality is worth it.
I have been using this oil for 2 years, hyundai ix 35 engine Nu G4KD after 55k km run cylinder scuffing has not been detected. In general, I advise all motorists.
Excellent oil. No cylinder scoring detected
- High quality
- High price
I bought this oil in May this year for 2200 rubles, plus the original filter. In September, when I looked under the hood again, I saw that oil was leaking from under the filter cover. I heard it happens with my Behemoth due to low-quality rubber on the filter cover. Bought the original filter, replaced it in 20 minutes, added more oil, thank God there was more. I was satisfied. I forgot about it for a week and in about one thousandth of km I looked and saw that it was running again, what are you going to do.
I addressed the seller of the original oil. He has long spit in the direction of Liqui Moly, said that the original oil from Liqui Moly can not cost less than $ 300. All that we buy is pure garbage. He took the number of the canister from me and ran it through some programs of his own, he said that Lukoil is bottling this oil, it should not be the worst quality, but due to the presence of so-called molybdenum in this oil the reducing valve in the lubrication system and the filter itself might get clogged. He gave me flushing oil and a new filter and told me to drain the crap out of harm’s way, flush it and put something human in it.
In general, I did everything as the mechanic-salesman told me. I have already driven 1000 km, everything is fine, I will not experiment with molybdenum any more.
PS: Almost 5000 miles on new oil, no leakage from under the filter.
My filter didn’t like it
- The filter gets clogged after 1000 km
I was an avid Castrol user until recently, but after trying LIQUI MOLY oil as a recommendation from a friend, I would not go back to Castrol. I had a hard time finding a great motor oil to use on my 2007 Nissan Teana that could stand up to the high demands of an engine notorious for burning oil.
After the oil change, I drove around town for a couple of days without any vigorous driving, just to make sure everything was properly lubricated. I checked the oil every time I stopped, nice to see the oil was still there and in excellent condition. I switched from Castrol to LIQUI MOLY at 133k miles, after flushing the engine. The engine started running quieter, oil consumption decreased noticeably.