Couple of days back, I wrote out a reply to some Saturn fans in here. I mentioned a neighbor wth a Saturn with 200,000 miles on it, and still going strong, much stronger than many new cars with less than 4,000 miles on them. I now recall a couple of interesting facts about this guy and his Saturn. He uses 10W-40 Castrol GTX mineral oil. Changes it every 5,000 miles. Does not change oil filter until the next oil change. That's right, 10,000 miles on the same oil filter. Does this mean that those people who recommend longer drain intervals(than the popular 3,000 mile interval) are correct? Does this mean that dino is tougher than the slick syn ad's would have us believe? Or maybe that guy lucked on to a freak, a real stud saloon that just happened to roll off the production line. I hope Saturns are not all like that. If they are, we'd have to go out there with silver bullets in our revolvers and wooden stakes and mallets. :-) ***just kidding*** The above paragraphs are not a joke, though. They are true fact. The guy has the whole neighborhood shaking their heads in disbelief.