Whether it’s for work, travel, or the family, personal cars play a crucial role for many Filipinos as it enables the mobility they need to best provide for themselves and their loved ones.
The heavy reliance on personal cars, however, makes them more vulnerable to engine damage due to the increased stress from traffic and the wear and tear from regular use. Castrol Magnatec with breakthrough Dualock Technology is engineered for the task, providing car owners with non-stop engine protection for a variety of vehicles and fuel types - both while running and at rest.
During the engine stop or rest, the oil cools down and drains to the sump. When the engine starts up, where nearly 75% of engine wear occurs, it takes approximately 20-minutes for it to reach optimal engine temperature. At the same time, critical engine components are lacking oil and are most vulnerable to damage. Combine this with the common issue of traffic, it causes drivers to experience more stop-start driving, and you have an engine that faces up to 66% in added stress on critical components from extended periods of idling.
With the overwhelming challenges that drivers and their car engines face, Castrol Magnatec with industry-leading Dualock Technology equips today’s Filipino with complete engine protection throughout the driving process, from running until the time it stops - drastically reducing damage from both warm-up and stop-start wear by up to 50%. It is available in three variations.
“Castrol Magnatec is designed to protect the everyday Filipino driver, ensuring that their engines are at peak performance at all times. This is especially relevant with today’s uncertainty brought by the pandemic, as complete protection and reliability gives them the much needed confidence to conquer the challenges that lay ahead,” said Maria Tañada, Castrol Philippines Country Sales Director.
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