Warranty-approved oil changes
Give your vehicle the oil it deserves
Regular oil changes are essential to keep your engine clean and properly lubricated, allowing your vehicle to run more efficiently. Depending on the vehicle you drive, you should be getting your oil changed at least twice a year or every 5,000 kilometres.
Oil change services in Surrey
Synthetic, Semi-Synthetic, and Conventional motor oils
We have several convenient oil change options to choose from, with the best quality oil specific to your vehicle.
Includes new filter
Includes new filter
Includes new filter
* Up to 5 litres of oil and standard oil filter included. Cartridge filter extra. Dexos and other OEM oil specifications available at an additional cost. Most cars and light trucks. Environmental disposal fee and taxes are extra.
Cabin air filter
We can install a new cabin air filter to keep the interior of your car feeling fresh and clean.
Fluid top off
Have us check the levels of the important fluids and top them off as needed.
Find out if there are any issues with your vehicle that you need to take care of.
Have us swap your tires around so that they will wear evenly and last longer.
Visual brake inspection
We can make sure that your brakes are functioning normally and diagnosis any issues we find.
Replace your old, worn wiper blades with new ones to see the road clearly again.
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Your questions, answered
How often do I need to change my engine oil?
As a rule of thumb, your engine oil should be changed at least twice a year or every 5,000 to 7,500 km. These numbers will change depending on your vehicle, how often you drive and the type of oil you use.
What’s the difference between conventional and synthetic oil?
Conventional motor oil is derived from petroleum and is typically considered to be less desirable than synthetic oil. Synthetic oil is refined and further processed, eliminating particulates that may live on in conventional oils. It is also more durable, lasting longer and withstanding extreme heat better than conventional oil.
I am thinking about switching to a high mileage oil. Is high mileage oil worth it? What are the differences to consider?
High mileage oil is great for older vehicles that may be struggling but it’s not for everyone. If your vehicle isn’t leaking or burning oil or it uses less than 1 quart per 9,000km than the conditioners in high mileage oil are not warranted and it may not be worth the excess costs. Speak with a representative to learn if it’s worth it for your aging vehicle.
What kind of oil do you use?
Our shop stocks a variety of oil brands including Valvoline, Total, Motosel and Liqui moly. Oil is used according to manufacturer’s warranties, for example, anything from mineral oil to fully synthetic oil.
How long does an oil change take?
Generally speaking, an oil change takes approximately 30-minutes to an hour with a scheduled appointment.
What happens during an oil change?
When you come in for an oil change, we will collect information about your vehicle, the year, make, model, and trim package. This ensures that the correct oil and filter are used for your vehicle. We will access the underside of your engine by putting your vehicle up on a hoist.
The old oil is drained from the oil pan underneath your vehicle and collected for recycling. The oil filter is removed and replaced with a new one and the engine is refilled with fresh oil in the type and viscosity recommended by the manufacturer.
Are the oil change services warranty-approved?
Yes, your vehicle’s warranty is safe with all our automotive maintenance services. See this article for further information: Do you need to service your car at the dealership to keep your warranty valid?