Hi all, new guy here. I did a search, but didn't find much about oil for the pentastar engine. I have a 2014 durango 3.6. I'm looking for a great oil to use for oci of 8-10k miles. I am going to go by the OLM, which looks like it's going to be in the 8-10k range. The owners manual says max oci of 10k or a year. So far I have 4100 miles on the factory oil, which I'm told is not synthetic. So I am going to change it soon. The vehicle will primarily be used to haul the family around. So not much WOT. Probably a mix of 70/30 highway/city driving. Most miles so far has been weekend getaway trips. Also, I will probably try to limit its city winter driving, seeing how every Dodge vehicle I've ever owned has body rust issues early. We still have 2 trucks that we will use for bombing around town in winter. We live in WI, so not super hot in summer, but can get real cold(below 0*F) in winter. It will be in an unheated garage. I, like most people, did not really understand the oil weights until I started reading here. I did read the "motor oil 101" blog on here. And from what I got out of that is I want to use a 0w-20 oil. Dodge specs 5w-20. So having said all that, what is a great oil? I'm not brand loyal to anything. Though I would prefer a readily available oil. I have been leaning towards Mobil 1, but did read about how Dodge hasn't approved or whatever Mobil 1. Which I don't really care about, other than possible warranty issues. Same with Amsoil. I do have a Wally World nearby, but they do not carry Pennzoil Ultra or Platinum Ultra, or whatever that is. Thanks for any advice. P.S. I probably won't be doing and UOA's. I didn't search that forum either because I don't have the knowledge to read a report anyway.