An impartial research facility put AMSOIL synthetic motor oil through a head-to-head test against one of the industry’s most prominent rivals, which covered a distance of 100,000 miles, to demonstrate that it offers greater protection for motors. AMSOIL offered much improved protection against wear and was able to keep bearings looking like new.
AMSOIL synthetic motor oils can provide one hundred percent protection against the potential damage caused by low speed pre ignition (LSPI.)
Motor oils of the Signature Series are designed to be resistant to a rise in viscosity via meticulous engineering. In fact, only a 0.1% increase in viscosity is revealed by industry-standard testing on these superior 100% synthetic engine lubricants. AMSOIL provided double the viscosity control needed by conventional industry standards, even when the test duration was doubled.
The 2019 Toyota* 4Runner* is equipped with a gas-powered V6 engine that is 4.0 liters in displacement.
The valvetrain has double overhead camshafts (DOHC), 24 valves, and VVT (variable valve timing.)
At 5,600 rpm, this V6 can produce 270 horsepower, and at 4,400 rpm, it can provide 278 pound-feet of torque.
The powertrain includes descent control, electronic hi-lo gear selection, and four-wheel drive, all of which are paired to a shiftable automatic gearbox with five speeds.
Maximum payload for the 2019 Toyota* 4Runner* is 1,625 pounds, and maximum towing capability is 5,000 pounds.
The EPA claims a fuel efficiency of 17 mpg in the city and 20 mpg on the highway. 18 mpg is the combined EPA rating.
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