Now, the question is, what are the benefits of low viscosity oil, and why do I need it in the winter?
First off, low viscosity oil is less resistant to flow than its higher viscosity counterparts. When your engine is cooler, as it gets in the wintertime, thicker oil has a harder time moving around to all the parts of your engine. This means that the components that need to be lubricated to function effectively are not receiving the proper amount of oil.
If you select oil viscosity appropriate to the ambient temperatures your vehicle will be mostly operating in, you’ll maximize your energy efficiency and increase your engine longevity.
The benefits of low viscosity oil go beyond one season – it’s just one more step in keeping your vehicle healthy all year round, and for many years to come!