Cars are vain and sensitive; they care about how they look and want their owners to feel proud driving them, even if it's through a conveniently placed fruit stand. Today's Groupon treats your steel steed to a $17 Silver Oil Service, which gets you a lube, oil, and filter change with five quarts of standard 5W-30 oil from South Denver Automotive, a $35 value. South Denver Automotive is open weekdays 7:35 a.m.–5:30 p.m. and doesn't service diesel engines. Certain high-performance vehicles, such as a trans-dimensional low rider, may require more expensive filters or high-grade oil. You can upgrade to blended ($15 extra) or synthetic oil ($23 extra). You must make an appointment to see the car-care gurus, even if you've been burrowing through the earth to get there.
Conveniently located near the intersection of Colorado Boulevard and I-25, South Denver Automotive is a 30-year-young, locally owned business with its own code of ethics and its A+ BBB rating tattooed on every employee's back. Denver's four-wheeled citizens love the gentle, professional care of its ASE-certified technicians, who always know just where to scratch them. South Denver Automotive's mechanics will pour your car, truck, or SUV of any make or model a tall glass of gourmet oil, switch out its filters, lubricate the old creaky parts, and conduct a complimentary 20-point inspection, always capped with a big hug.
While most wouldn't take an out-of-shape Yorkie to an agility trial, many drivers push their sputtering vroom machines across state lines without a second thought. Oil changes are an important part of routine car maintenance and can help you avoid interstate breakdowns and awkward silences in the cab of the tow truck.
South Denver Automotive has an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. Most customers of South Denver Automotive are busy enjoying the smooth ride of their well-maintained cars and don’t have time to write online reviews, but one Yelper gives it four stars:
- I have been going to Steve's shop since 1995. He has managed to keep a few of the most beat up pieces of crap running for years at a relatively reasonable prices [sic]. – Colin M.