Pennzoil website for Ultra 0w-20 shows GF-5 specification

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are they even going to update ultra? thought it was dying off.

Next they will rename it to pennzoil diamond or pennzoil ultimate.

I used ultra years ago.. but they dont meet the specs for current vehicle. and pennzoil platinum is much newer reformulation.
 
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It has been discussed many times already here. A quick search should help you find your answer.
 

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it was discussed why images of PUP 0w-20 with SP/GF6 are on Amazon and Walmart websites, but Penzoil website still shows old specification only for PUP 0w-20, and not for 5w-30?
 
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it was discussed why images of PUP 0w-20 with SP/GF6 are on Amazon and Walmart websites, but Penzoil website still shows old specification only for PUP 0w-20, and not for 5w-30?
Yes it’s been discussed multiple times. If you’re really that invested in this brand and that specific license, go to a brick and mortar and look on the container. If it doesn’t have the license then buy another brand that does.

But I don’t think this is really about getting what you want or need in the oil since you’ve already had this discussion on here and yet continue to complain about it.

Blah blah. Remember when that was your answer in the earlier thread?
 
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it was discussed why images of PUP 0w-20 with SP/GF6 are on Amazon and Walmart websites, but Penzoil website still shows old specification only for PUP 0w-20, and not for 5w-30?
It was probably all GF6, but before GF6 was certified nobody could call it a GF6.
Rush to market ahead of official paperwork, etc.
 

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This is a specific thread that asks a question about Pennzoil website PUP 0w-20 specification being out of date in 2021. Maybe other threads touched on this, so what. Its not about me, or what I can find in the store. If you have nothing to contribute and looking to start confrontation, please do not participate.
 
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Yes it’s been discussed multiple times. If you’re really that invested in this brand and that specific license, go to a brick and mortar and look on the container. If it doesn’t have the license then buy another brand that does.

But I don’t think this is really about getting what you want or need in the oil since you’ve already had this discussion on here and yet continue to complain about it.

Blah blah. Remember when that was your answer in the earlier thread?
Ouch!
 
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