Kia Oil Changes Near You

Under the hood of your Kia is an engine, and flowing through that engine is motor oil. Many different moving parts compose the engine in your Kia, and by all working together, they get you where you want to go. However, running your engine causes those parts to rub together, producing both friction and heat. If you didn't have any oil at all, your engine would soon overheat and break down. The engine oil carries away the heat your engine generates, and it even reduces the friction produced by the moving parts.

Engine oil provides a vital service for your vehicle, but it won't last forever. The heat slowly causes your oil to break down and perform its job much less effectively. Eventually, it can completely break down and clog your engine instead. Fortunately, replacing your oil is much easier than replacing your engine. Just set up an appointment with our service center, and let us take care of the rest. We'll help you keep your Kia vehicle running like new.

How often should you change your oil? It depends on what you drive, as well as your typical driving conditions, but a good rule of thumb is to change it either every 7,500 miles or every six months, whichever you hit first.

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