Oil Change Flemington, NJ

We Offer Quick and Easy Oil Changes to Drivers in Flemington, NJ

At Fred Beans Toyota of Flemington, we're not only in the business of helping you purchase a Toyota you'll love, but also in the business of keeping it on the roads in Flemington, Bridgewater, Princeton, New Hope, and Somerville. That's why our Service Department offers a routine oil change service to help keep your Toyota a Toyota.

Want to get the most out of your new or pre-owned Toyota model? Changing the oil and filter every 3,000 to 5,000 miles (depending on your vehicle model) will prevent dirt and debris build up in your engine, which helps it run with less friction and work more efficiently.

An efficiently working engine doesn't just mean your car goes further and lasts longer, but your bank account will too. Regular oil changes boost your MPG, which means less money spent at the pump!

Routine oil changes are vital to the life of your car, truck, SUV, or van. You probably know that already, but can't find the time in your busy schedule to do it yourself. Instead, let our Factory Trained and A.S.E. certified technicians perform a no-hassle oil change to get you back on the road as soon as possible. Our service department is open 7:30AM to 6:00PM Monday through Friday, and 7:30AM to 5:00PM Saturday so you can schedule a service appointment that suits your needs.

Our quality and fast service goes far beyond just routine oil changes. We can quickly and accurately service your tires, brakes, belts and hoses, and replenish fluids with the "pit crew" approach of our Toyota Express Maintenance.

It simply couldn't be any easier. Just schedule an appointment with us online to find a time that works for you. We offer complimentary transportation within the local area while your car is being serviced. And be sure to check out our Service Specials so you pay the best price for the best service.

Why Does My Toyota Need an Oil Change?

If you have a gasoline-powered vehicle, it will require regular oil changes as part of its routine maintenance schedule. The oil in your car's engine does three main tasks: it cleans, cools, and lubricates the engine parts. While it performs these tasks, the oil will begin to break down. Over time, the oil will become too thin, sludgy, or dirty to be of any use. When this occurs, it's time to switch it out for new oil.

What Happens if I Don't Change My Car's Oil?

If you ignore the oil change warning light or know your car's oil is dirty and don't do anything about it, you risk doing extensive damage to the engine. Any engine repair or replacement is quite expensive and can take days to accomplish. It's much easier and less expensive to frequently change the oil and filter in the engine instead.

What Happens During an Oil Change?

When our technicians perform an oil change, they first drain the old oil and remove the dirty filter. Once clean, they inspect the area for damage and then put a new filter and new oil in the tank.