Oil Change

Oil change pricing includes:

  • New oil filter
  • Environmental charge for disposal of old oil
  • Mobile convenience fee

Prices are subject to adjustments if wrong class is selected during the booking process.

Compact, mid-size passenger cars

Conventional Oil Change – Customer provides oil and filter $45 + HST

Conventional Oil Change – (up to 5 Litres) $70 + HST

Full Synthetic Oil Change (up to 5 Litres) $95 + HST

SUV/Light Trucks

Conventional Oil Change – Customer Provides and filter $55 + HST

Conventional Oil Change – (6 Litres minimum) Starting at $80 + HST

Full Synthetic Oil Change (6 Litres minimum) Starting at $115 + HST

European Cars Basic

Conventional Oil Change – Customer Provides Oil and filter $45 + HST

( Mercedes Benz, Volkswagen, Jetta TDI, Audi A4)

Starting at $130* + HST ( pricing varies based on engine size and oil grade)

Executive & Performance Cars

(Compact & Midsize) -Full synthetic – $165 + HST

The Performance series cars include: Audi (including S-Line), Most BMW (Including some M Series), Porsche Boxster, Mercedes Benz (Including most AMG models)

Executive & performance (SUVS )- Full Synthetic – $175 + HST

The Performance series SUVS includes the Audi Q Series, BMW X Series, Porsche Cayenne, Jaguar F-Pace, Range Rover Sport.

Heavy duty trucks/diesel vehicles

Conventional Oil Change – Customer Provides Oil $55 + HST

Conventional: $151 plus HST (up to 10 litres)

Heavy duty trucks/diesel vehicles – Synthetic: $190 plus HST (up to 10 litres)

These include Ford F150 Toyota Tundra, GMC Sierra, Ram 1500, Mercedes Sprinter, Ford Transit Connect


Why is changing engine oil at the recommended intervals so important? Changing your oil on a regular basis is the most important routine vehicle maintenance there is.  Properly scheduled oil
changes are crucial in keeping your car running properly.  An oil change service is a great opportunity to have other areas of the vehicle checked out as well.  This means that not only do you get your oil changed in a timely manner, but you will also receive a free multi point inspection as part of your service, where we will also inspect your belts, hoses, air filter, tire pressure, fluid levels, and much more. Our experienced technician gives you advice that you can trust. So whether you have a brand new vehicle that you just picked up or you are driving a vehicle that is getting up in years, regular oil changes are something you cannot ignore.

1. Keep The Engine Clean

When oil flows into the engine from other areas, dirt and other particles will begin to accumulate within it. If you are not changing your oil at the proper intervals, sludge will begin to build up in your engine. And when its dry and dusty you will have even more particles making their way through. Changing your engine oil as well as replacing your filters on a timely basis will get any of these harmful bits of dirt and debris out of your engine before they do any damage.

2. Longer Engine Life & Protection Of Other Engine Parts

Oil is the lifeblood of your vehicle. It lubricates and protects your engine and many of its critical parts from wear and damage. The problem is this – oil gets dirty. By making sure that you have your oil
and filter changed according to your owner’s manual specifications, you will be keeping your engine clean and protected, as well as saving time, money and stress. A regularly scheduled oil change is an investment that will help ensure that you will be driving around in your vehicle for even longer
than you planned.

“So what does oil actually do in my car? Did you know that inside your engine there are a many key parts which make your engine run such as the crank shaft and the connecting rods. These rods control the pistons inside of your engine’s cylinders. There is also another piece called the camshaft which assists in opening and closing the vehicle’s exhaust valves. Making sure that you have clean oil in your vehicle’s engine is crucial in keeping these components well moving and running properly.

3. Changing Your Oil On Time = Better Gas Mileage

Say what? Yes changing your oil on time and you will get better gas mileage! So now you are wondering how does that work? So here is a tip – Finding a vehicle that is good on gas is important.

Overall kilometres per litre are affected by a number of factors including environment, terrain, personal driving habits and vehicle maintenance. Without proper maintenance, all that dirt and grit we talked about earlier will build up inside your engine causing friction, and friction is no friend of
your engine. Friction is the enemy of engine performance and optimum fuel economy. Making sure that your engine always has clean oil in it will help to reduce friction, allowing your engine to run more efficiently with the best possible gas mileage.

4. Vehicle Emissions & The Environment

Emissions is all about how these particles called hydrocarbons are being sprayed out into the atmosphere. If you fail to change your oil on a regular basis, dirty oil causes a buildup of these hydrocarbons inside areas of your engine’s crank case. These then get burned up, causing more of them to be released into the air through the vehicle’s exhaust. So with changing your oil on time you will also be polluting the environment less.

5. Routine Oil Changes Help with Better Engine Performance

Over time, old oil breaks down due to exposure to heat. This causes it to lose its viscosity as well as its ability to lubricate the engine cylinder walls. Essentially, the dirtier the oil is, the harder it is to go where it needs to. That sludge begins to build up in areas blocking the flow to parts which need lubrication. Another function of oil is to draw heat from parts of the engine. If they are covered with sludge, these parts stay hotter longer. Ultimately the engine will run less efficiently as its performance is robbed of both gas mileage and horsepower.

To Summarize:

Regularly scheduled oil changes are a must. Simply put, they are not a vehicle service you can or should ignore. Old dirty oil decrease gas mileage, lowers the horsepower, and will ultimately reduce
the life of your engine. Read over the owner’s manual for your vehicle and be sure to get your oil changed at the proper intervals recommended by your manufacturer. Protect your investment. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our lead technician, Nigen.