Are the dealers putting Mobil 1 in all C-7 s yet? for the included oil changes
The receptionist?Rick Hendrick in Cary, NC will not put Mobil 1 in my Stringray without an up charge. They told me it was around $35 for the upgrade. The receptionist for the service department had quite an attitude with me when I said they should put Mobil 1 in it. I told her there is paperwork that came with my Stingray that talks about Mobil 1 being the best oil for my car.
Thanks. I have a labeling machine, soon as I find it, I'll put one on.that was me send me your cap plus $!0 and you will be mobil 1 with the right amount http://www.stingrayforums.com/forum...t-5-cent-mod-may-save-you-alot-headaches.html
I did not have to pay any extra charges...
That's an excellent point. I guess I never considered dealerships would lie to this extent. Mobile 1 is on the receipt I got. I figured that should be enough. I will ask for visual proof next time.Did they show you the empty Mobile 1 containers? That's the mark of an honest dealership.
I can appreciate that there may be better oils than Mobil 1, however Chevrolet recommends Mobil 1 so much so they run Mobil 1 in the C7.R. That's good enough for me.I'm told there are far better oils than Mobil1, Red Line, Amsoil, and Royal purple are good and 100% synthetic
Let me know when you decide to race and/or visit at Daytona 500 -- it's near the epicenter of Florida and my location!All this "which oil mfr" is way overdone in my opin. How good does it have to be for a DD?
This reminds me of a Brooks Brothers blazer I have for church. It does the job perfectly. Along comes a guy that tries to convince me I need a Armani blazer for church to replace the BB one......why would I do that??
With mobil1 selling at Walmart and changes every 5000 or 9 months for me, I'm out of the "which oil is best" game. Any syn sold there will do just fine. When I decide to do the Daytona 500, I'll revisit my oil choice......LOL.