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Supertech Oil Review – Who Makes it & How Good is it?

In Reviews by Magnus Sellén16 Comments

supertech engine oilAlmost every car owner knows how important oil is for the car.

Adequate lubrication keeps the car’s mechanical components in a good shape and helps these parts keep running for a long period of time.

Every car owner also understands the importance of putting the right amount of oil in the vehicle as putting too much or too little oil can cause problems within the mechanical components. Besides oil specification and amount, it is also necessary to consider what brand you are opting for and the quality of the oil.

There are a lot of options available in the market but the cheapest product is Supertech. There is a lot of speculation in the automotive world regarding who makes Supertech Oil and how is it available so cheap compared to its competitors, so in this article, we will look at some vital information regarding Supertech Oil.

Who Makes Supertech Oil?

You will find a number of online forums discussing where is Supertech Oil made and what the company produces them. The oil is produced by Warren Oil Company, Inc. which is one of America’s largest independent lubricant manufacturer. You can easily spot WPP written at the bottom of the Supertech Oil container.

The best place to buy the Supertech Motor Oil is Wal-Mart, eBay, Amazon or another large online store. If you want to check it out on Amazon, you can do it here. Remember that it’s important to choose the right engine oil for your engine.

How is the Quality of Supertech Oil?

Supertech Oil is probably one of the cheapest motor oil available in the market because of which people have this concern that it may not be of top quality. However, that is not the case and in fact, Supertech Motor Oil complies to all the standards and requirements set by the government ensuring that it is of the highest quality.

Moreover, since Supertech Motor Oil is a licensed dexos 1 brand, your vehicle warranty will not void if you use the brand. Check the specifications for your car model to make sure that the engine oil got the requirements that you need.

If you have an older car that you want cheap and reliable engine oil for, the Supertech is a great choice.

Supertech vs Competitors

mobil1 competitorOne of the most popular motor oil available in the market is Mobil 1 which is highly regarded by a lot of auto specialists due to its quality and durability. Moreover, Mobil 1 is the official motor oil for Nascar and has been promoted and authorized by a number of automotive specialists and racing experts. Due to its popularity and association with NASCAR, Mobil 1 is a lot more expensive compared to Supertech Oil but are they any different in terms of quality as well?

We cannot truly say for sure whether both the oils are identical but it is a fact that they do share a number of similar characteristics. For instance, both Supertech and Mobil 1 are synthetic oils, both of them are licensed by Dexos 1, both fully comply with safety standards and regulations set by the government and also both of them are considered perfect for gasoline engines.

The major difference between both the brands is that Mobil 1 costs almost double compared to Supertech which is why people usually consider former as superior.

Does Brand Matter When Buying Motor Oil?

A lot of people have a misconception that more famous brands have better quality motor oil and they usually pay a lot just for the brand name. This may not be true and a recent analysis performed by Blackstone Laboratories indicate that all motor oils are interchangeable.

This means that as long as you choose the oil which meets the weight and technical requirements from your vehicle, it does not matter which brand you choose. Choosing a discounted or low price oil such as Supertech will not harm your engine.

When Should I change my Vehicle’s Oil?

While it does not matter what brand you choose for your motor oil, it does matter a lot that you change the car’s oil at regular intervals. The questions a lot of drivers ask is when they should change the vehicle’s oil and they are given some generic answers such as every 3000, 5000 or 7500 miles but this is not entirely true. The oil change schedule varies from car to car and the best way to find out is to check the car’s owner’s manual.

Here are some indications to let you know when you should change the car’s oil:

The color of the Engine Oil

To check the color of the oil, remove the dipstick and check how the oil looks like. If the color is light brown and transparent, it means that the oil is still fresh and does not need replacement. However, once the oil loses its transparency and becomes blackish, it means it should be replaced.

Check for Consistency

To check for consistency, take a bit of the oil from the dipstick and rub it between your thumb and forefinger. If you feel any roughness it means that there is contamination and the oil should be replaced.

Irregular Engine Noise

Every car driver knows how his/her engine usually sounds and it will be easy to judge if the engine is not making ordinary noise. If you notice that the engine noise is louder than usual, you need to check the condition of the oil and possibly replace it.

Oil Replacement Light Blinking

In many modern cars, you don’t need to figure out if you have clocked enough miles for an oil change as they are equipped with an indicating light that tells if the oil should be replaced.

Supertech Oil Price

The Supertech Motor Oil can be easily bought from Wal-Mart at an average cost of $20 (pricing for the Supertech full synthetic SAW 5W-30 motor oil). The pricing varies according to the grade and the amount you are buying. You can also compare the pricing from eBay and decide better.


Supertech is one of the most popular motor oil available in the market which is both excellent in terms of quality and has an affordable price tag as well. Make sure you fully understand which oil grade is ideal for your car and then choose the right product accordingly.

Hello I'm Magnus, the owner and the writer of this website. I have been working with cars since I was 16 and I'm specialized with in-depth Automotive diagnostics. Also been driving drifting for the last 6 years. I'm here to give you answers to all your automotive questions and I hope that you enjoy our content.

  1. I just got a 2005 Ford Taurus SE it has over 230000 miles on it and I when I did my first oil change I asked someone who works on cars and he said to put 10w 30 high mileage and a bottle of Lucas oil additive cuz it had so many miles on it but it says on the oil cap to use 5w 20 but since I’ve been watching videos and reading up on mechanical stuff the past couple months I’ve read not to use anything but what it calls for now it’s time for my next oil change should I go to what it recommends or just stick with the 10 w 30

    1. Always go with what the manufacture recommendations are. There are many fine oil pasages in modern cars and having thicker motor oil actually inhibits the flow that is required for providing lubrication to modern engines with tight clearances. If you are not burning oil stay with 5-20wt oil.

      1. Looking for a motor oil that has phosphorus and zinc in it for a 430 horse small-block

    2. Use the 5w20 as recommended by Ford but go with the high mileage version. Definitely substitute one quart of the oil with one quart of Lucas oil stop leak additive. I’ve used it for years and it really works on high mileage cars, not only to revitalizing seals to help stop leaks but provides added lubrication and performance.

    3. Have been using Super Tech Full Synthetic oils in my 2014 Lexus GS350 and my 2015 Chrysler Town and Country for 2 years. Oil change intervals at 5000 miles on each vehicle. Have logged 4 oil changes for each vehicle with new filter at each oil change DYI.
      Use 0W20 in the Lexus and 5W20 in the Town and Country. Each oil change per vehicle with filter costs about $27.00. Not one single problem with either vehicle with respect to performance, gas mileage, etc.

    1. The oil is produced by Warren Oil Company, Inc. which is one of America’s largest independent lubricant manufacturer.
      So I’m guessing that WPP means Warren Petroleum Products.

  2. Interesting article and confirms what I thought about oils. I’m curious though, how do you know that the oil is made by Warren?
    If you would like help with punctuation and proofreading of future articles, I’d like to offer my services. This article could use some help!

  3. Your oil is fine. Just want to piont out how stupid your smart guys are putting a seal over the container under the cap. It forces your consumers to poke their finger inside the bottle getting oil not only their fingers but all over the motor when pouring as it drips all over the bottle. This is dumb. Stop doing dumb sh%t. There’s no need for thia extra crap on the bottle. Don’t reinvent the wheel, just put the cap on it and be done.

    1. I’m glad the seal is there so the booger eating, banjo picking morons don’t put their used oil in it and get a refund. Then, you are stuck with used oil.

  4. Reign, the seal is on there so no one puts foreign shit inside the bottle that could in all reality destroy an engine. If you don’t like using your finger because you get Oil on it maybe not try putting your hand all the way to the bottom of the jug when you POKE or Finger a hole in it, or possibly use another instrument beside your finger if you can’t stop yourself from trying to finger the hole. And the issue with putting in the engine maybe try a FUNNEL.

  5. Warren oil is fine oil and I use Super Tech for years with absolutely no problems!!!! Great stuff!!!!!

    1. What is the zinc & phosphorous ppm on the
      10w-30 synthetic Supertech oils?
      Also, is there by a slight chance, Supertech might have a 0w-40 oil available, or comparable?

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