The foundation of any synthetic oil comes from crude oil. Synthetic oils are then processed further to remove foreign molecules like sulfur and nitrogen that help to break down beneficial oil molecules, thus limiting the life of conventional motor oils.

Synthetic oils are modified to include a blend of artificially created substances that increase lubricating ability and the oils ability to maintain its consistency at high temperatures and increased pressures. The lubricating ability of synthetic oils improves performance of aged engines while providing the added protection needed for worn engine parts.

The use of synthetic oils in your new engine encourages longer engine life. Conventional oils build sludge on sensitive engine parts when the molecular structure of the oils break down. Synthetic oils do not suffer from these molecular breakdown problems.

Consult with the expert mechanics at Piazza Mazda of West Chester to find if the engine in your vehicle will benefit from the use of synthetic oils.

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