Save Money on Your Oil Change in El Paso, TX
Having your oil changed is a recurring process; estimates generally say it should be done every six months. Since it’s a necessary procedure to ensure your vehicle stays running healthy, where can you get oil change coupons and discounts in El Paso?
Oil change coupons and discounts are available at Charlie Clark Nissan here in El Paso! We are currently offering special oil change prices for Nissan and Infiniti vehicles. With the applicable coupon, our signature oil change is only $34.95, while our synthetic oil change is $64.95. To take advantage of these prices, print off the ticket on our specials page and bring it in to our maintenance department.
In addition to the above-mentioned oil change, we offer a variety of maintenance services here at our dealership, so come on down if you need anything worked on or looked at. We use only the highest-quality OEM parts and industry leading equipment.
Schedule Your Oil Change at Charlie Clark Nissan El Paso
Our expert service team will be happy to work with your machine. Scheduling a service, including an oil change, can be performed easily online. Thanks for reading, and we look forward to serving you!
How often should I get my oil changed?
The general rule for when you should get your oil changed is every 3,000 to 8,000 miles. This is a pretty wide gap, and it depends on whether you’re operating in severe conditions, such as below-zero weather and short (less than five mile) trips, on a regular basis. Things like this can decrease your oil life.
It also depends on what kind of oil your vehicle is using. If you use synthetic oil, you’ll be able to go significantly longer between changes than if you use regular oil. So, although synthetic oil is more expensive, it will often save you money simply because it lasts longer.
How do I know when I need an oil change?
Signs that you should get your oil changed include:
- Thick, dirty oil
- Activated warning lights
- Strange engine noises
It’s a good idea to check your oil with a dipstick. If oil is anything other than honey or amber colored or is below the full-mark line on the dipstick, it’s time to get a change.