Fully Synthetic or Specialist Oil upgrade

The Formula One Autocentres Oil Change Upgrade Service is designed to increase the life of your engine and improve fuel economy by ensuring that your engine runs efficiently.

Low, thin or old engine oil can reduce the life of your engine, as friction between mechanical components will cause them to wear faster. The Formula One Autocentres Oil Upgrade is especially important for those vehicles that require specialist oil such as fully synthetic as opposed to standard oil.

Due to certain emission systems, your vehicle may require a more advanced engine oil, like a fully synthetic or low SAPS (long life). These engine oils have various additives added to help protect your engine, aid with keeping emissions low and assist with longer service intervals. Unfortunately we are unable to identify if your vehicle requires this type of engine oil when booking the service online, please check your handbook or call your local centre who will check this for you.
Should your vehicle require an advanced engine oil then there will be an additional charge of £20.00.

You can add an Oil Upgrade to your order in the basket when you book your Service online

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  • Very helpful and extremely pleasant staff would recommend f1 to people in the future.

    - BRIAN, Camberley - May 24, 2018
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    - Ben, Basingstoke - May 21, 2018
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    - Chelmsford - Jun 14, 2018
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