For $16, today's Groupon gets your car a complete oil and filter change with up to five quarts of premium semi-synthetic oil at Midas. This deal is good at six locations in the Colorado Springs area: 2875 East Platte Avenue, 1410 South Nevada, 4055 North Academy, 8104 North Academy, 5845 Stetson Hills Blvd, and 1500 Highway 50 West in Pueblo. There is no purchase limit, so you can buy one for your entire collection of life-size Hot Wheels.
The classic Midas oil change (up to a $31.99 value for most vehicles and depending on preferred oil) begins by quenching the deep-down thirst of your steed's chassis and restoring its electrolytes with premium semi-synthetic oil. Midas will swap out up to five quarts of oil matched to the correct viscosity grade for your vehicle. They'll also replace your filter and conduct a 45-point courtesy check on your car. Lastly, they'll refill the wiper fluid, imbuing your vehicle with enough confidence to shrug off the slings and splatters of loose-boweled birds and directionally challenged insects.
Though performing routine tasks such as getting your oil changed helps you become an adult way faster than individually stapling hairs to your shoulder, repeating them every 3,000 miles actually suspends the aging process—keeping your car young and beautiful forever and obviating the need for cosmetic surgery such as stapled-shoulder-hair removal. Call Midas to make your appointment.
Midas Auto Service Experts
Colorado’s cluster of Midas Auto Service Experts shops have operated under the same local ownership for 30 years. At each location, ASE-certified service technicians care for vehicles in all kinds of capacities, from factory scheduled maintenance measures to extensive repairs on brake systems and engines. With each service, the team exerts the same advanced expertise that has made Midas a recognized industry name since the company’s inception more than 50 years ago at the dawn of time. The community-oriented Colorado service stations also support local philanthropic organizations including the YMCA and the grassroots road-safety campaign, Drive Smart.