Conventional motor oil is the originally standardized combustion engine lubricant. The primary ingredient is refined petroleum. It also contains additives that improve viscosity and resistance to thermal breakdown. Conventional motor oil provides sufficient lubrication for many engines and requires change service every 3,000 to 5,000 miles.
The most popular motor oil is quickly becoming full-synthetic, delivering maximum viscosity and life with a 10,000-mile change interval in normal driving conditions. Full-synthetic motor oil is made with petroleum-based resources, but the extensive refinement, additives, and anti-friction modifiers create an artificial oil with improved performance.
Semi-synthetic motor oil is also called synthetic blend because it features a mixed composition of conventional and full-synthetic oils. Buick and GMC drivers in Paulden, AZ, seeking the best characteristics of full-synthetic and conventional oils, choose semi-synthetic. Semi-synthetic oil provides advanced lubrication at a lower price than full-synthetic.
Many GMC truck owners in Paulden, AZ, choose diesel engines for greater torque and towing power. Diesel engines require special oil with enhanced anti-wear modifiers. We provide diesel engines with GM-certified oil change quality.
We provide high-mileage oil changes for engines with 75,000-100,000+ miles. Service features a specially crafted motor oil that provides enhanced protection for engines with wear and tear. Contact us about switching to a high-mileage motor oil on your next oil change service.