toguy wrote: ↑Sep 23rd, 2012 9:17 pmI have taken my car there more than a few times (not ashamed to specifically mention that it's not a luxury model) and I didn't find any particular problem with Mr. Lube. Sure, it's not the cheapest oil change there is, and they try to upsell left and right, but other than that I think they do a decent job. So what's the actual problem with them? Not one person in this thread has had the ***** to get into specifics, so let's go, I'm all ears (and no, I don't work there!)
You may be all ears but you certainly are not all eyes.Mark77 wrote: ↑Sep 24th, 2012 12:58 amMy sentiments exactly -- and I'm certain that folks could recite plenty of "dealer" horror stories as well. Like VW dealers that receive shipments of 'bulk' 5W-30 oil in totes and drums -- even though practically no VW built in the past 2 decades uses that particular grade in its owners' manual.
Did you read on this thread anywhere that some one was crapping on Mr Lube? I think most were defending their usefulness. Most were trying to answer the question and the topic got sidetracked into British cars and air filters. Maybe 2 out of 30 posts question Mr Lube, but other than that....?
Not sure what thread you guys are reading.
VW dealers get oil in drums? Where did that come from?