It’s important to talk with a service advisor about how a vehicle is used, mentioning any of the above, relevant conditions, instead of defaulting to a blanket recommendation. Ideally, a dealer, performance shop, or reputable parts store can provide guidance for your specific needs.
In addition to having oil changed on a regular basis, it is equally important for vehicle operators to check the oil level once a week or when filling the vehicle’s gas tank. If oil levels drop between oil changes, the oil that remains has to work harder and breaks down faster. This is an indication to schedule a service and talk with your technician about potential service needs or shortening time between oil changes.
Hopefully this information will help to make more informed decisions with change intervals or recommending oil products. Although high quality products like ENEOS can help with performance and protection, neglected oil change intervals can ruin any oil, even top end synthetic oils like ENEOS.