Kia Oil Change in Massachusetts

KIA Oil Change near Boston, MA

Kia Oil Change Services

Maintaining your Kia’s oil is imperative for proper vehicle maintenance. Oil changes keep your car running longer allowing you to avoid costly repairs. An oil change is a regular service, provided by Quirk Kia, which removes old oil from the engine and replaces the filters and oil with clean materials. Always remember that in order to ensure proper performance and fuel economy come get your oil changes from your local Certified Service technicians at Quirk Kia in Braintree, MA.

Oil Change Services at Quirk Kia Include:

  • 5 Quarts of Oil
  • New Oil Filter
  • Complete Multi-point Inspection

How Often Should I Change My Oil?

Regularly having your oil changed will help your Kia’s performance and fuel economy. This also helps ensure a long life for your Kia car, truck, or SUV. For newer Kia models, you should change your oil when the vehicle’s Oil Life Monitoring System indicates it is time to do so. For older Kia models that do not have an Oil Life Monitoring System, you should have your oil changed every 3,000 miles.

If you’re not sure where to find your Oil Life Monitor, the Certified Service technicians at Quirk Kia in Braintree MA, will be happy to help you out. They can also provide you with a detailed vehicle inspection with your oil change service. For more information or to have your oil change service performed Schedule Now Online, call (781) 917-1299 to schedule, or drive into our Certified Service bay (no appointment needed).

Common Motor Oil Types:

Conventional Oil

Basic motor oil which protects against deposit build up, viscosity break down and wear over time.

High Mileage Oil

Best used in engines with 75,000 miles or more. Contains a special blend of additives to help with the general wear and tear that older engines can be prone to.

Synthetic Oil
(Most used and recommended by Kia)

Synthetic oil is the recommended type for nearly every Kia. It helps to prolong the engine’s life, and offers better protection at higher temperatures. This is generally the highest protection among all other oil types.