Car troubles and speed bumps both come out of nowhere and slow you down, but only one can be fixed with a hijacked steamroller. Take a more well-rounded approach to car care with today’s Groupon to Super Express Lube in Franklin. Choose between the following options:
- For $29, you get a conventional oil change, fuel-injector cleaning, and engine flush (up to a $68.97 total value).
- For $45, you get a full synthetic oil change, fuel-injector cleaning, and engine flush (up to a $110.97 total value).<p>
A $2 waste disposal fee is included in each option.<p>
Chief sedan-surgeon J. T. Trujillo of Super Express Lube boasts over a decade of oil-change experience, supplementing lube-substitution services with fuel-injector de-griming and restorative engine flushes. After deposing a dirty engine’s crude despot, up to five quarts of conventional or synthetic oil ascend the greasy throne, with a 16-point safety inspection ensuring a peaceful reign across the rest of the car’s vital components. Mechanics rub clean grimy fuel-injectors to help increase fuel efficiency and stave off stalls and misfires and improve efficiency by dislodging long-accumulated engine sludge and unicellular civilizations with a total engine flush.
Though Super Express Lube sometimes offers a discounted price online, this Groupon remains the best deal available.
Super Express Lube
Because it’s not a big chain but an independently owned business, Super Express Lube builds its reputation solely on friendly, honest, and skilled service. And it’s a task that owner J.T. takes seriously. He personally trains each of his technicians, sharing his customer-based missive and decade’s-worth of auto experience with the crew so they remain aligned in both practice and philosophy. And this eagerness to please underlines every service offered here. From basic and synthetic oil changes to radiator and fuel-system servicing, the technicians maintain and patch up automotive components with the goal of keeping cars and their drivers from ending up stranded on the shoulder of the road or crying on the shoulder of a tow truck.