Vehicle: 2018 Honda CRV 1.5l (GDI Turbo)...yes it is a fuel diluter Recommend Oil: 0W20...I now use 0W30 Sump Capacity: 3.7qts with filter change OCI: 5000mi Driving Style: Rural...minimum 10mi drive (one way) every time the vehicle is used. 20k mi per year, so I change the oil like every three months. My wife drives this, and has a lead foot for sure. So, after an oil change the oil level quickly rises (after say 500 - 600 miles) 3/8" on the dip stick which equates to about 0.6qts...and seems to stay at that level till the next oil change. I know that 3/8" on the dipstick equals about 0.6qts because I measure the oil I drain out after a change. I realize that cold weather and short trips enhance the issue...but this vehicle never sees short trips and this past oil change was over the summer so no cold weather. So my question - is there a saturation point where only so much fuel can collect in the oil, at that point the rest burns off?