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Regular oil changes are an indispensable part of any conventional, combustion-powered automobile’s regular care and maintenance. This is no less true of a diesel-powered Volkswagen vehicle. The VW TDI engine in particular is the first turbocharged diesel engine used in any passenger vehicle. The Volkswagen brand first delivered this revolutionary product to market in 1978, and it has been a solid performer ever since, as admirers of this unique power-plant will tell you.
While diesel engines require a specific type of oil change, there are some similarities to oil changes taken by non-diesel engines. One of those similarities is the fact that conventional and synthetic oil types are available for both. Many drivers are understandably curious about the differences between conventional and synthetic oil and want to know which is best for their automobiles.
Vehicles that are designed to take synthetic oil tend to be higher performing than those which do not. However, with experience, many mechanics have learned that cars built with conventional oil in mind can benefit from using synthetic oil or a blend of synthetic and conventional oil. To find out which type of oil is best for your diesel VW, consult the manufacturer, and talk with our certified VW experts.
Here at the Joe Holland Volkswagen service center in South Charleston, WV, our experienced and certified VW diesel oil change professionals are dedicated to helping you get the most out of your investment with top-quality care and maintenance. Call, click, or stop by today to schedule your VW TDI engine oil change.
Joe Holland Volkswagen, Maccorkle Avenue Southwest, South Charleston, WV, USA