Motor oil is a critical component to the health of your car. You can’t put just any old motor oil in your engine and expect it to do what it’s supposed to do – you need an oil that will provide your engine with protection against wear, keep it clean, lubricate its moving parts, and help keep the engine running smoothly. There are two big players in the market: Amsoil and Mobil 1. They’re both excellent products but very different from one another. This blog post will go into detail about how they compare for various reasons so you can make a more informed decision on which product is right for your needs!
Reasons to choose Amsoil:
It has a higher flash point and will not catch fire as easily. If you’re looking for an oil that can withstand high temperatures, this is the one!
Amsoil was created in 1966 by Dick Riemer who wanted to create something better than what was on the market at the time. He succeeded with his first product – Amsoil Synthetic Motor Oil which became a huge success due to its excellent performance. It’s still manufactured today using his original formula so they haven’t lost their touch over time.
The company also manufactures ATF fluid (automatic transmission fluid) and gear oils but they are most well known for their motor oil products because of how good they are.
Their motor oil is excellent for high performance engines because it can withstand the higher heat, wear and tear of those types of motors without sacrificing protection or lubrication – making it a fantastic option for drivers who want to keep their car running as well as possible.
Reasons to choose Mobil:
Mobil one has been around since 1931 when they first started as a small gas station in Los Angeles, California but have expanded tremendously over time, now employing more than 50,000 people worldwide with franchises operating on all six continents! They are considered the most “visible” company in this industry due to how big they’ve become.
They’re also known for not using any animal byproducts during production which means no more animal fats or bones in their oil.
Mobil one also has a high flash point and is known for its quality protection as well so if you’re looking for the best of both worlds, this might be your go to!
Reasons not to choose: Amsoil can’t withstand higher heat like Mobil does – meaning it’s better for colder climates than warmer ones but still great all around. You’ll need to think about where your car will spend most of its time and what type of engine it has before deciding on which product would work best with that knowledge. The price tag is another important consideration.
Pricing: The costs for both products are comparable and depend largely on which size option you choose, what type of engine is in your car (which will be very important if you want an environmentally-friendly or high performance choice) and where it’s manufactured – countries like China charge substantially less than say, Canada does because their labor is so cheap. Mobil one also has long term pricing deals that can take account all types of factors to help keep prices low across the board while ensuring drivers get exactly what they need from them! In general though, most people find that either brand offers excellent quality at good price points.