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The Perks of Changing Your Oil Regularly | Toronto, ON

The Perks of Changing Your Oil Regularly | Toronto, ON

Car ownership goes beyond just using your vehicle to get from Point A to Point B. You also have to remember to take care of it. This means bringing your vehicle in for routine maintenance. These are some of the benefits you’ll reap when you stop in at Downtown Toyota for regular oil changes.
 

Improved Fuel Efficiency

Improved Fuel Efficiency | Toronto, ON

If you want to save more money at the gas price, bringing your car for oil changes at the recommended intervals can help:
 

  • When your car’s oil is dirty, it uses more energy. This means it uses more gas to keep your car running.
  • Clean oil helps reduce the amount of friction in your vehicle’s engine.
  • Your engine will work less when there is less engine friction, which means it will use less gas — and you won’t have to fill up as often.  

A Longer-Lasting Vehicle

When you think long term, do you see yourself still driving the same car? To help your ride last as long as possible, it’s important to keep up on oil changes.
 
  • When your oil is new and clean, your car functions better.
  • Clean oil provides the ideal lubricant it needs to run.
  • The temperature of your engine increases as the amount of oil in your engine decreases, since it will produce more friction.
  • When an engine overheats, it can cause long-lasting damage to your vehicle, shortening its lifespan.
  • Your car will also wear down its parts quicker when it has dirty oil, since it has to work harder than a vehicle with new oil.
A Longer-Lasting Vehicle | Toronto, ON

Avoid Big Issues

Avoid Big Issues | Toronto, ON

Every time you bring your car in for its routine oil change, your mechanic can also perform a brief checkup on the entire vehicle.
 

  • With this checkup, your mechanic will be able to find any small issues that might not be noted otherwise.
  • Small issues that go undetected can lead to bigger, more expensive problems.
  • Catching small issues before they get too big means that you can spend less money in the future.

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