Unless you drive an electric your luxury car needs oil. That's just a fact.
Gasoline engines are designed and built to exacting standards, and they require oil that meets very stringent industry and automaker specifications.
This ensures a long service life for your cherished luxury car.
In fact, if you fail to use the right kind of oil you can harm your car and in some cases void your auto warranty.
So the right oil is an important key to your car's health and care.
Most modern cars require synthetic-blend. Or, full-synthetic, low-viscosity, multi-grade, resource-conserving oil.
These minimize friction and maximize fuel economy.
But choosing the right oil for your luxury car may seem complex, right? Not really. We make the choice easier for offering OEM oil designed specifically for your car.
These ensure that you have the proper oil for your make and model of vehicle.
OEM oil has the correct SAE viscosity grade for your car, whether it's a new or an older collector's edition. They also meet your car's special performance standards.
OEM oils also comply with any unique specifications established by the automaker or engine manufacturer.
You can read more about these requirements in your car's owners manual. Or your local dealership can provide information on your vehicle’s recommended oil specifications if you'd rather make a quick call.
So how often should you change your oil?
It depends on your car's age, the type of oil you use, and, of course, driving conditions.
Oil change intervals will vary based on the above criteria.
For instance, it used to be normal to change the oil every 3,000 miles.
But with the modern lubricants most engines use today it's recommended that oil changes happen at 5,000 to 7,500 miles.
Beyond that, if your automobile's engine needs full-synthetic motor oil, it might go as far as a whopping 15,000 miles between changes.
OEM oil may seem more expensive. But it pays off in the long run.
It provides outstanding protection for your engine (and warranty), extended drain times, and essential components your car needs - plus lower repair and maintenance costs.
Your luxury car's demanding and complex engines require a specially developed lubricant that provides greater fuel economy and better overall protection of your engine’s essential components.
What is an OEM oil?
It's one that has been created by the original equipment manufacturer of your car using a blend of base oils and additives that suit your engine’s needs and requirements. It's been thoroughly tested to ensure full compliance so that your engine is not harmed. The testing is the main difference between meeting specifications and actual superior OEM approval.
Using an OEM oil is crucial for all modern equipment, whether it's your luxury car or SUV or a commercial vehicle with a nice engine.
Best of all: OEM oil maintains your warranty so if anything goes wrong, you are safe.
Failing to use OEM lubricant can cause strain and wear engines, including gears and bearings.
That adds up to high maintenance costs long-term.
Keep in mind: In some cases, luxury automobile manufacturers test their engines with a number of different third-party oils and, based on those tests (and a rating system established by the Society of Automotive Engineers), may approve a only handful of brands for recommended use. In those cases, the vehicle owner can choose from a number of options and feel confident that the oil will perform as expected.
When you replace worn-out parts and accessories on your luxury vehicle with OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) parts from Euro Auto Parts Direct you upgrade performance and keep your luxury and exotic model driving optimally for years or even decades. By using genuine brand name parts that last longer than generic or used parts you also are helping to maintain its resale value.