Universal Gets Dexos License

Universal Lubricants has received a dexos license for its synthetic motor oil. From the press release:

Universal Lubricants announced today that its Super XHD Synthetic 5W30 has received the distinguished General Motors (GM) dexos1 certification. The company’s motor oil is a dexos1 full synthetic that is both API-SN and ILSAC-GF5 approved.  
Specifically designed to meet the needs of GM gasoline engines, the dexos1 accreditation attests to the product’s proven performance during rigorous testing. Meeting GM’s exacting standards, Universal Lubricant’s Super XHD Synthetic 5W30 oil ensures ultimate engine protection by offering: (1) Improved viscometric properties, which generate less friction in the engine and contribute to enhanced fuel economy; (2) aeration resistance, which enables efficient fuel-saving; (3) superior oxidation and deposit-forming tendencies, which reduces emission output; and (4) minimized frequency of required oil changes, extending the time and mileage between drain intervals.

(This post written while listening to “Summer Nights” by Van Halen.)

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