Edited May 18, 2016
at 08:59 PM
I was stocking up on my usual NAPA Synthetic oil for my 4 vehicles which I have used over the last 5-12 years (2004 Dodge Ram 5.7L Hemi Truck, 2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid 2.4L, 2008 Chevrolet Suburban LTZ 5.3L, 2011 Toyota Tundra 5.7L). I can say this oil has been great for me over the years. All synthetic brands are on sale this month and they don't get any lower than $2.99 a quart. When it does go on sale a few times a year it would be $3.99/$3.49. So this is a very rare opportunity to stock up at the lowest price I have seen in a long time ago. I also noticed the NAPA Extended Life 50/50 Prediluted Antifreeze was on sale for $7.99 a gallon. So I picked one of those too. The NAPA Gold filters are not on sale...however the Silver line is usually a great value. I picked some for $3.60-4.70. The NAPA Toyota Tundra Paper Filter Kit was $6.57.
Some history from what I recall...this is made by Ashland Oil which makes the Valvoline brand. Some would say it is the Valvoline Synpower rebranded. All I know really is that I have used it on all my cars and trucks over many years. It is good stuff and never had any engine problems in any of the cars listed here.
Hope this helps someone out. I just ordered it online for pickup in store. I will just pay for it in the store. They can ship it but I did not find out what the cost would be for that.
Here is the link online in case you want to order online then pay for and pick up instore.
Also...you can just go to the NAPA store since the NAPA Synthetic is on sale in the store. I checked when I called to see if they got my order.