What You'll Get
An oil change is recommended every 3,000 miles or when the oil in the engine starts to gurgle out of the air-conditioning ducts. Keep your car humming with this Groupon.
$18 for a Pennzoil Oil Change with Filter and Fluid Top-Off ($36.99 Value)
During the approximately 10-minute full-service oil change, technicians outfit weary rides with a new Pennzoil oil filter and up to 5 quarts of conventional motor oil matched to vehicles' viscosity requirements. Technicians also inspect and top off reservoirs containing fluids for components including the windshield wipers, cooling system, power-steering system, and transmission.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 15, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for location purchased. Valid only at listed locations. Extra fee for high mileage vehicles, synthetic blends, diesels, and vehicles requiring special-order filter. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Pennzoil Grand Rapids and Wyoming
Pennzoil’s rich raceway heritage spans decades, from its first appearance in the early 1930s lubricating the engine of Indy 500 driver Russell Snowberger to its recent use in 2007 Daytona 500–winner Kevin Harvick’s car. Whether on the track in the Sprint Cup Series or in a garage in the suburbs, car owners who lube their rides with Pennzoil motor oil benefit from a more than 100-year lineage that dates back to one of John D. Rockefeller's original companies. The velvety substance contains trademarked Hyper Cleansing Technology and Active Cleansing Agents, which help to purify the engine's components and ward off damage caused by gasoline byproducts such as soot, carbon, varnish, and sulfuric and nitric acid. Pennzoil’s many service stations dot terra firma from the Atlantic to the Pacific and feature friendly technicians who perform oil changes and replace parts gone missing after the neighbor’s metal-detector-club meetings.