Hmm that doesn't sound right. I've stopped in pepboys and autozone in my area and they definitely sold dexos1 oil. 0x20 is harder to find but 5w30 is all over the placeLooks like there's only 2 choices for dexos1
Walmart gold or O'reilly platinum.
No dexos at pepboys, napa, autozone, or advanced auto.
That's really weird. Did you punch in your car info on the site? I just did that with mine (2018 LT) to verify and got 2 pages of compatible oil from Quakerstate, Valvoline, Mobil 1, etc that were all Dexos approved. Those are all the big regular brands they have in stores nation wide too.Not on their websight or in the stores around here. Autozone is just down the street from me.
It's definitely not a dumb question but it's a pretty big one to tackle. People are PASSIONATE about their oils and that's an understatement haha. If you stick to what the manufacturer recommends in your owners manual and change it regularly you've got nothing to worry about.I normally get the oil that dealer/shop will recommend, if there is a better oil and I'm getting an oil change/tune up, can I give them the oil I want in the car? Sorry if this seems like a dumb question.