Fortech Automotive Inc.

Oil change

OIL CHANGE in Newmarket, Ontario

One of the quickest, cheapest, and easiest things you can do to maintain your vehicle is to get an oil change. With 90 years of combined years of experience, at Fortech Automotive Inc. we have the oil change down to a science. You would be surprised to know that this simple service could prevent countless problems and engine issues.  Whether you are the owner of a Mercedes-Benz, Audi, Dodge, or Chevy, all gas-powered vehicles require oil and therefore need oil changes.

It's important to get the proper grade of oil for your vehicle, not all oil grades are alike and at NAPA AUTOPRO - Fortech Automotive Inc. you can rest assured we will choose the right type of oil for your vehicle.

Check your owner’s manual for the exact mileage your car’s manufacturer recommends. Neglecting an oil change will result in causing stress and unnecessary wear on your engine, which could cause it to stop running well before its time. Choose NAPA AUTOPRO - Fortech Automotive for your next oil change. We have the process down to a science and can get you in and out quickly!


Conventional Oil:

This is the oil used in bulk at dealerships and is the cheapest at the auto store, too. Most adhere to API and SAE standards but offer little in the way of additive packages. This is good oil for owners that are religious about frequent oil changes and have low-mile (but well broken-in) engines.

Premium Conventional Oil:

This is the standard new-car oil. Most leading brands have one for SL, or highest level, service. Most are available in the common viscosities. Car manufacturers usually specify 5W-20 or 5W-30 oil, though some require 10W-30. These three ratings cover just about every light-duty vehicle on the road.

Full-synthetic Oil:

These oils are made for high-tech engines. If these oils pass stringent special tests (indicated by their labelling), it means they have superior, longer-lasting performance in all the critical areas, from viscosity index to protection against engine deposits. They flow better at low temperatures and maintain peak lubrication at high temperatures. While excellent oil, synthetics are about three times as expensive as conventional oil and not always necessary for most engines. Use the owner's manual as a guide. If it doesn't call for synthetic oil, using it will only be an additional expense that may not add anything to the engine's performance or life.

Synthetic-blend Oil:

This is essentially premium conventional oil hit with a dose of synthetic. They're formulated to offer better protection during heavier engine loads and the associated higher engine temperatures. These oils are popular with pick-up and SUV drivers because they do offer better protection but usually cost only a fraction more than premium conventional oils.

High-mileage Oil:

More than 60 percent of vehicles on the road have more than 75,000 miles (120,701 kilometres) on the odometer. Playing to this growing market, oil refiners and labs developed high-mileage oils. Seal conditioners are added to the oil (the oil can be synthetic or conventional) to expand and increase the flexibility of internal engine seals. The conditioners are very precise and can benefit some engines while not affecting others.