Can the car dealership I bought my car at do my oil changes? Yes, yes it can! Most likely, the dealership you bought your vehicle at can do all your routine maintenance as well as repairs. Did you know they can even change your tires? They can. And they carry the tires that are suggested by the manufacturer for your vehicle.
There are many benefits to seeing one service station for all your cars needs. I do it for my vehicle. Where I bought it, is where I get all my service work done. Did you know that the dealership knows about recalls before other garages? So every time you bring your car in for routine maintenance they are also pulling up your vehicle to see if there have been any recalls done. This summer, I went in for an oil change and found out about a recall from the service desk. I had not even received anything in the mail from the manufacturer yet! But a week later I did. And guess what? My recall was already taken care of.
Another benefit of using your dealership for oil changes is that the mechanics have special training for the model of cars they sell. So if you buy a Kia at a Kia dealership, then the mechanics are trained specifically on Kia’s. It’s also what majority of the cars are that are brought in to be serviced. So you have mechanics that work day in and day out with your style of car, they know every inch of your car and how to fix it.
If you need a part for your vehicle, the dealership is more likely to have it on hand or nearby than a general garage. A dealership only stocks parts for vehicles they sell which means a smaller section of parts and materials than a garage that services every type of car.
So, yes, your dealership can give your vehicle an oil change and so much more.