Walmart Oil.

One Oil Fits All?

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Did you know that there’s a lot of oil out there? Walk the automotive shelves of Walmart sometime and look at all the different brands and weights that you can pick from. How on earth can you make a decision? I hate to break it to you, it gets a lot worse! For instance, the Mercedes-Benz 229.51 engine oil specification has more than 400 different oils that meet the requirements, in 4 different weights. This is just once specification; Mercedes-Benz has five common specifications! Take into account other manufacturers such as BMW and VW/Audi that have their own standards, and you have a lot to worry about.

VW has different oils for their diesel engines depending on what year the car is and the emission equipment, and a separate spec for gas engines. BMW has one oil for gas and one diesel. How can you make sure you’re getting the right engine oil in your car?

The answer–trust us to change your oil. We stock over ten different kinds of oil in order to make sure we have the exact oil recommended for your car. From Porsche A40 to VW507, we have you covered. We don’t believe in one-oil-fits-all, neither should you.

We stock manufacturer approved oils for the following oil specification:

BMW LL01, LL04
Mercedes-Benz 229.3, 229.31, 229.5, 229.51
Porsche A40, C30
VW 502/505 and 504/507

GM dexos2
Toyota 0W-20