Collection: Full-Synthetic Maintenance Plans

Vehicle Examples: Most foreign vehicles, high-performance vehicles such as the Chevrolet Corvette, turbocharged/supercharged engines, Kia, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram vehicles.

Synthetic motor oil is a type of engine oil that is formulated using chemically engineered base oils rather than crude oil. The synthesis process allows for the creation of a more uniform molecular structure, resulting in a product with enhanced properties and performance compared to conventional mineral oils. Synthetic motor oils offer several advantages over their conventional counterparts: 

Better High-Temperature Stability: Synthetic oils can withstand higher temperatures without breaking down, which helps maintain their viscosity and lubricating properties in extreme conditions.

Improved Low-Temperature Flow: Synthetic oils have a more consistent molecular structure, leading to better fluidity at low temperatures. This property is especially beneficial during cold starts, as it reduces engine wear and allows for quicker lubrication.

 Reduced Friction and Wear: The uniform molecular structure of synthetic oil provides better lubrication, reducing friction and wear on engine components. This can contribute to increased engine efficiency and longevity. 

Enhanced Oxidation Resistance: Synthetic oils are more resistant to oxidation, which means they are less prone to breaking down and forming sludge and deposits. This contributes to cleaner engines and longer oil change intervals.

Extended Oil Change Intervals: Due to their superior performance and resistance to degradation, synthetic oils often allow for longer intervals between oil changes compared to conventional oils. However, it's essential to follow the manufacturer's recommendations for oil change intervals.

Better Fuel Economy: The reduced friction and improved flow characteristics of synthetic oils can contribute to better fuel efficiency, though the impact may vary depending on the specific engine and driving conditions.

Synthetic motor oils are available in various formulations, including full synthetic and synthetic blends (which contain a mixture of synthetic and conventional oils). It's important to choose the appropriate synthetic oil for your vehicle based on factors such as the manufacturer's recommendations, the engine's design, and operating conditions. Always consult the vehicle owner's manual for guidance on the recommended oil specifications and change intervals.