The Victory Lube Oil Change, Simply Better.

What does Simply Better mean?

  • Keeping your warranty valid

  • Protecting your investment

  • Ensuring you get great value for your money

  • Always fast and tailored to your schedule


This Is What Real Value Looks Like

  • Install up to 6 Litres of quality motor oil as specified by your vehicle manufacturer

  • Replace your oil filter

  • Check and top-up the following fluids:

    • Transmission Fluid
    • Power Steering Fluid
    • Washer Fluid
  • Inspect the following:

    • Antifreeze/coolant level
    • Engine Air Filter
    • Wiper Blade
    • Vehicle Lights
    • Battery Check
    • Serpentine Belt
    • Tire Pressure


Why do you need an oil change?

When you change your oil, you’re preventing engine damage by removing carbon, dirt and debris that build up over time. Timely oil changes keep your engine healthy and save you from a potential major repair expense down the road.

At Victory Lube, we offer full-service oil changes and provide you with a customer experience that is second none.

Some of the reasons to get your oil change with us include:

  • We offer full service, warranty approved oil changes.
  • We offer a variety of oils depending on OEM.
  • We offer professional and courteous service always.
  • Competitive prices.

Frequently Asked Questions

Every vehicle is different and how often you need to change your oil is determined by your vehicle manufacturer. Your owner’s manual will provide a normal recommendation and a severe service recommendation about how often to change your oil and what type of oil that is required to meet your warranty and protect your engine. In Canada, you drive under severe service conditions.

Still need more information? Ask one of our Victory Lube service technicians. They’ll be glad to explain the type of oil your vehicle needs and how often you need to change it.

There is a common rule of thumb that synthetic oil should be changed approximately every 5,000 km or everything three months, however, this is an imperfect rule. As technology has evolved, the timings for oil changes have also changed, so you can’t necessarily predict the timing based on vehicles that you’ve driven in the past.

Every vehicle is different, so you should check your owner’s manual to see how often you should check your oil. Today’s vehicles also come with indicator lights that let you know when you are due for an oil change; however, it’s still worth knowing how often you should change your oil in case those lights fail.

When you schedule a full-service oil change with us, you will receive an oil change using the appropriate oil for your vehicle, a new oil filter and lubrication of your vehicle’s chassis components.

We will also perform some courtesy checks on:

  • Fluid in Automatic Transmissions
  • Power Steering Fluid
  • Washer fluid
  • Antifreeze/coolant
  • Tire Pressure
  • Air Filter
  • Serpentine Belt
  • Wiper Blades
  • Vehicle lights
  • Battery

There are so many different types of motor oil on the market today that choosing the right one can seem like a daunting task. But the answer is actually quite simple – look in your owner’s manual.

Your owner’s manual will tell you the recommended weight and format (such as 10W30) of the oil that you should be using.

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