My last vehicles (2018 Silverado and 2007 Lexus LS460) were both direct injected. Both consumed oil; with the Lexus it took a while...really started consuming oil after 140,000 miles. With the Silverado, it was right away...usually a quart to a quart and a half between 5,000 mile intervals. When I drained the oil on these babies at 5,000 miles, wow, did that oil look black and sometimes you could just smell that fuel. Had a catch can on the Silverado, nothing on the LS460 because the 460 had port injection as well...but the LS460 would track oil into the intake...you'd see oil just pooling in the runners and even tracking in the air snorkel leading to the the throttle body. I just recently purchased a 2016 Toyota Avalon with the 3.5 V6 - I had thought it was direct injection - I was wrong, it's port injection. Oh my lord what a difference. Just completed my first 5,000 mile oil change interval; the oil still looked "good", pretty clear really, didn't smell of fuel and most importantly the level was right there...right at the full mark. I couldn't believe it. Didn't have to add a single drop. I haven't experienced something like this, well, since my last port injection vehicle seven years ago! I had totally forgotten what it was like to not have to add oil or look at the oil when it's being drained and think...oh my god that looks horrible. I can actually open a throttle plate and not see oil sitting in that intake. I feel like an old timer talking about the "old days". How they "don't build them like they used to". Not sure I'm liking that, haha.