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Old 27th February 2019, 19:01   #106
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Default Re: Approved Engine Oils by Maruti Suzuki

As mentioned in the first page, many of these oils have MOQ(Minimum Order Quantity) and retailers may not like to stock good oil due to lesser margin.

A friend needed Shell 20W40 MGO, as its anyday better than the commonly available Servo. It had MOQ of 6, hence I picked them all. Since he has higher running and follows a change interval of 5000kms, I am expecting him to use atleast 3 such cans within a year.

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