Why do you think 0w30 won't work ? The 0 just means it has a lower colder flow rate... it's still a 30 grade oil like a 5w30... just likely has more synthetic (PAO) base stock. A 10w30 will work too... it just has a higher cold flow rate but still a 30 grade oil... so it depends on the temps it will be used in... although, it seems that most 5w30 oils have been formulated a bit better than their 10w30 counter parts since 5w30 is more widely recommended... a lot, if not most, of the conventional 5w30s are now considered semi synthetic ... Spend some time on BITOG...0w-30 will NOT work fine. Good grief... We continue to see these posts. WHY are all these people intent on using oil that is not what the factory recommends???
Use what the people who designed the engine specified. Period. One viscosity does not cost any more or less than another. If you think you will save 1/10 of a mpg, you won't and you are putting your engine at risk for nothing. Zilch.