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PQIA takes a look at AmazonBasics motor oil and three more brands

A look at AmazonBasics Motor Oil

Amazon added its own line of private label passenger car motor oil to the Amazon marketplace on July 23, 2018. The products are sold under the Amazon trademark, “AmazonBasics,” and although it initially entered the market with little fanfare, the brand recently received a good deal of ink in the press that apparently got the attention of many consumers.

The PQIA fielded a number of calls about AmazonBasics motor oil from consumers interested in knowing if we tested it, and now we have. Two viscosity grades of AmazonBasics were examined by PQIA and the results of the tests conducted on the samples meet the SAE J300 specifications for the SAE Viscosity Grade listed on the product label, and are consistent with the listed API Service Categories.

 

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AmazonBasics0W20 AmazonBasics5W20
AmazonBasics 0W-20 AmazonBasics 5W-20

PQIA Examines Three More Motor Oil Brands

The following three brands of motor oils were recently examined by PQIA and the tests conducted on the products meet the SAE J300 specifications for the SAE Viscosity Grade listed on the product label, and are consistent with the listed API Service Categories.

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CircleK5W30 NaviGuard5W20 RoadTech5W30
Circle K Navi-Guard Road-Tech

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