Regular oil changes are important to the best performance and longevity of your vehicle. Here is a guide to the types of motor oil so you can choose the right motor oil for your vehicle and driving needs.
Traditional Or Conventional Oil
Made from petroleum, conventional oil is affordable but contains impurities. This impure formula results in less than stellar performance at extreme temperatures.
Synthetic oil boasts fewer impurities than traditional oil, making it able to handle extreme temperatures whether at the high or low end. Thanks to its refined formula, it costs more than conventional oil.
When you mix conventional oil with synthetic oil, you get a blended oil. It’s longer-lasting than conventional oil and costs more, but still falls behind the quality of synthetic oil.
Gone The Distance
If your vehicle has more than 75,000 miles on it, you’ll want to reach for high mileage oil for your next oil change.
How To Choose
Whether you focus your drives within the city limits or prefer long distances on the highway, you should opt for a synthetic oil. Climate is another consideration, and typically, a synthetic oil is your best option whether you’re in a warm or colder climate.
For all your maintenance needs, contact the service department at Copeland Chevrolet Hyannis in Hyannis, Massachusetts.