Yes you can use 5W20 oil instead of 5W30. One is just thicker then the other. The 5W20 is better in the winter and the 5W30 is better in the summer.
5w30 or 5w20, depends on the year.5w30 or 5w20, depends on the year.
5w20 or 5w30 up to 100,000 miles.
5w20, 5w30, 15w40. It depends on the engine and operating conditions.5w20, 5w30, 15w40. It depends on the engine and operating conditions.
I don't think I would go with 5w20. I'd probably go with 5w30 and you'll be alright.
Depends on year and engine size and climate, could be 5w20, 5w30, 10w30, or 15w40Depends on year and engine size and climate, could be 5w20, 5w30, 10w30, or 15w40
If your car doesnt require it I would stick with the 5w30 rather than spending more on 5w20
5w30 or 5w20, it depends on the year.5w30 or 5w20, it depends on the year.
5w20 or 5w30
Use exactly what your owner's manual recommends. If it says use 5w30, then do not use 5w20. There is no reason to use what is not recommended by the engineers that developed the engine. They know what should be used and have told you. Use anything else at your own risk.
Decreased mileage due to decreased efficiency of the MDS, and possible decrease in engine life due to increased viscocity affecting the MDS
It is 0-W40