Hi everyone, new poster, been a long time lurker. Could not find any "introduce yourself" section so I am posting my question. I bought a Euro Accord Tourer 2.4 (Acura tsx wagon in the US) with 50k miles. Currently 76k miles the car runs great but burns around 1.5 liter per oil change (10000 km-6200 miles). Been using Motul oils for since I got it, anything from xcess 5w40 and 5w30 to synergy 10w40. My last change I decided to go with Eco-nergy 5w30 and the engine seems to like it, revs much easier and sounds great, quiet at idle. So after reading around I am starting to understand that I can go thinner without any "risk" like you do in the US I would like to try a real synthetic 0w20 to see how the car takes it and I found the Motul specific 508509: ViskositÃ¤t SAE J 300 0W-20 Dichte bei 20Â°C ASTM D 1298 0,833 ViskositÃ¤t bei 100Â°C ASTM D 445 7.8 mmÂ²/s ViskositÃ¤t bei 40Â°C ASTM D 445 38.5 mmÂ²/s ViskositÃ¤tsindex ASTM D 2270 179 HTHS-ViskositÃ¤t bei 150Â°C ASTM D 4741 2,5 mPa*s Stockpunkt ASTM D 97 -52Â°C Flammpunkt ASTM D 92 222Â°C SulfataschegehaltASTM D 874 0,79 Gewichts-% TBNASTM D 2896 8,3 mg KOH/g I am in Switzerland, winter can be quite chilly here, the cars sees 98 % motorway use, most of the time long runs (700 miles journeys) a few of the in german motorways. Can I use this oil?