Motor oil handles more tasks within an engine than any other component, fluid or material. This heavy hitter protects the engine by lubricating moving parts and cooling critical engine parts by transferring heat away and keeps internal components clean and free from varnish and harmful deposits.
No matter how good the oil, it must be changed on a regular basis for your engine to perform optimally. With time and mileage, the oil´s additives get used up, causing the engine oil to degrade. This causes sludge and deposit build-up. When the oil is drained, these contaminants are removed as well.
Every one of our oil change packages meets new car warranty requirements and includes up to 5L of warranty approved oil and filter as well as a 21 point inspection. Enviro fees and taxes are extra.
The least expensive of oils, conventional oil is made from crude oil processed in a refinery to create a base oil. Additives mixed in changes its viscosity, protection properties and even its heat breakdown levels. It is recommended that you change your oil every 5,000 kilometres if using conventional oil.
Semi-synthetic oils are a mix of synthetic oil and conventional oil, providing some of the benefits of synthetic oils for older vehicles. Despite the high-quality nature of this oil, it cannot provide the full benefits of synthetic oil. It is recommended that you change your oil every 6,500 kilometres if using semi-synthetic oil.
Synthetic oil’s more stable and consistently shaped and sized molecules allow it to withstand temperatures of over 400 degrees F. Thanks to the chemical production of this oil, there are no contaminants. Now available at viscosity ratings as low as 0W-30, these synthetic oils flow up to seven times faster than conventional oils of the same rating at start-up, but act like regular grade 30 oil at normal operation temperatures. It is recommended that you change your oil every 8,000 kilometres if using synthetic oil