Wouldn’t you agree that oil in cars is like water in our bodies? It’s a must-have to run smooth! So Start Your Engines! But First…Have You Checked the Oil?
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To keep my Yukon running smoothly I use Pennzoil because it’s a name I can trust, and for convenience, I go to my local Walmart Auto Center so I can shop while I wait.
Start Your Engines! But First…Have You Checked the Oil?
I absolutely love how my Yukon tells me when it needs an oil change. I’m surprised at myself that I waited this long!
I selected the Pennzoil High Mileage Vehicle oil because my car has over 81,000 miles. This type oil will help reduce leaks and oil consumption in worn or higher mileage engines. It’s also a motor oil that is specifically designed for new or late model vehicles with over 75,000 miles, to help keep the engines running clean and going strong for a long time. A perfect match for my Yukon.
Did you know?
- All Pennzoil products help clean out sludge lesser oils leave behind.
- Pennzoil is designed for complete protection and will allow you to drive an extra of 550 miles per year vs. a dirty engine.
- No other motor oil provides better protection from friction.
With the High Mileage oil change option, my car also got some added TLC from the Auto Center. They will check all fluid levels, wash outside windows, vacuum carpet (yeah!), check tire pressure, headlight & mini bulb check, and did a battery check. This TLC, along with the oil change is very important to me because my husband is not always around to make sure my car is running at its best, so I have to take the initiative to get it done myself. Glad too, that I was able to do some #DropShopAndOil!!!
Don’t forget to give your car regular oil changes to keep it running smooth and be sure to use a motor oil you can trust – PENNZOIL. Start Your Engines with no problem…and by all means #DropShopAndOil at your local Walmart Auto Center today. Your car WILL thank you. Mine did!
Get that road trip ready and Start Your Engines! But First…Have You Checked the Oil?