Martin Chevrolet services Oil Changes and Automotive Repair
When you own and love a Chevrolet vehicle, you want to keep your car in the best shape possible, and an oil change is the best way to guarantee that your car will keep running like new for years to come. You can easily schedule your next oil change at our http://www.martinchevrolet.com/ or by calling (310) 707-1201, where our expert technicians will make sure your car continues to work perfectly. We use only quality filters in our oil changes, and we include a complimentary car wash with your service. All in all, our service technicians offer a value that can't be beat, so come in to Martin Chevrolet today!
Why would I go to a Dealer if Costs more?
It actually doesn't and here is why:
- Oil Change using Quality motor Oil.
- Lube Chassis
- Multi-Point inspection.
- Parts used are from the Chevrolet Factories.
- Nationwide Warranty on all factory parts!
- Our oil changes are competitively priced and are done by Factory trained Chevrolet Technicians.
An engine with little or no wear may get by on 7,500 mile oil changes. But as an engine accumulates miles, blow-by increases, dumping more unburned fuel into the crankcase (which dilutes the oil), in turn causing accelerated wear and engine problems, including: loss of performance and fuel economy as well as increased emissions and oil consumption. Thus, for peak performance you'll want your vehicle to have an oil. Chevrolet provides this essential service to all of our clients. And no one knows your vehicle better.
When determining when to schedule your next oil change in Martin Chevrolet, suggest taking this into consideration: how you drive, the condition and age of the engine, the external environment you drive in, and the amount of stop-and-go versus highway driving. If you are unsure feel free to ask a technician at your factory authorized dealer Martin Chevrolet.
What is known is that regularly changing your oil is crucial for vehicle health. Due to the high operating temperatures of the engines, oil goes thermal breakdowns, becoming less effective as a lubricant. When the oil stops lubricating, parts of the engine rub together and wear each other out, leading to costly repairs and replacements.