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Amazon has the Pennzoil 550022576-6PK Ultra 5W-40 European Full Synthetic Motor Oil, 1 quart (Pack of 6) for $48 - 15% off with Subscribe & Save (can cancel at anytime) - $6 off coupon (click "Clip this coupon") - $10 rebate [Exp 5/31] = $25 with free shipping. Normally $48+ other places.
Retail: $54

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    bclinton Ben's cred: 171
    Posted 11:08 am PDT 03/22/13

    Does Euro oil have hair in it?

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    bboyflashy Ben's cred: 140
    Posted 11:51 am PDT 03/22/13

    European Synthetic Motor Oil, what the hell is that suppose to mean?

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    fishermanr Ben's cred: 1
    Posted 12:23 pm PDT 03/22/13

    Fine print on the rebate form says Ultra Euro doesn't qualify for the rebate:
    "Does not apply to Pennzoil Ultra Euro or Pennzoil Ultra 0W-40 motor oil."

    Still not a bad price for full synthetic at $35, but not a steal.

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    AgentK
    Posted 12:49 pm PDT 03/22/13

    I believe that astrick is for their claim "#1 cleanest pistons" (under the picture of the two quarts of oil to the right)...that claim doesn't include the Ultra Euro. A bit confusing though for sure.

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    gewf631 Ben's cred: 35
    Posted 3:02 pm PDT 03/22/13

    In the Midwest, Menards has Pennzoil Platinum full synthetic for $4.39/qt, with the $10 rebate on 5 or more quarts. That works out to less tha $17 for 6 quarts (yea, I know, plus sales tax).

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    dandragonrage Ben's cred: 72
    Posted 10:24 am PDT 03/23/13

    Euro oil is typically a bit thicker and meant for engine protection whereas in the US we're typically more concerned with fuel economy so we often have lighter oils. 0w40 and 5w40 are pretty common Euro-spec oils whereas US spec is typically 5w20, 5w30, sometimes 0w30.

    Pennzoil Ultra is some of the best oil around, but I personally use Amsoil over it.

    Just don't combine a good oil like this with a junk filter like Fram or STP as that would be a waste. Use a good filter like Amsoil, Mobil 1, Wix, Purolator PureONE, etc.

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3424
    Posted 2:30 pm PDT 03/23/13

    ^ Cars routinely get over 200K miles on Fram filters. Despite people bashing Fram it really doesn't make much difference unless the vehicle is ill-engineered and has terrible oil pressure, while synthetic oil is proven to sludge up less, particularly at elevated temperatures.

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