Agree ^^^. Both are fine as long as you use the correct grade (or better) and follow the recommended change intervals. As far which is best? The answer is there is no right or wrong, unless the manufacturer specifies synthetic only. In that case, you must use synthetic. But As far as which is better for you, that depends on several things. For example, I have a 350Z that gets prolonged, severe use at racetracks. I use synthetic in it. But in my son's corolla, which sees maybe 3000 non-abusive street miles annually, I use the old fashioned fossil oil in the grade that Toyota spec'd. Zero issues in either car and both cars are 10 or more years old, plus both were designed for fossil oil. Another example, If you put a lotta miles on your car, you might consider synthetic as you can significantly extend the oil change interval saving time. And with cost of synthetic coming down, it becomes more compelling. If you think more about the type of usage you plan for that car, I'm sure you'll make the best oil choice for you. Good luck.