Kupper Chevrolet is your fast & efficient express oil change and service center for Bismarck, ND drivers. With No Appointment Necessary we can provide a Chevrolet oil change at your convenience. Whether you come before work, on your lunch break, or while running errands, we'll perform a multi-point inspection and top off your fluids. We'll even tidy things up for you by vacuuming the floors and cleaning your windows. But our Quick Lube center doesn't stop there. It's your one stop for most vehicle maintenance and services, which also includes:
And if we come across any other issues with your vehicle, we'll let you know if they require additional services. Our team of highly skilled technicians can handle maintenance like a fluid flush or change, battery replacement, tire repair, tire installation, belt replacement, fuel filter replacement or alignment, and get you back on the road in no time.
We perform Chevy oil change service on a first come first serve basis, if one bay is taking a little longer, we'll move your over to one of our other three bay.
We recommend rotating your tires every 6,000 to 7,000 miles. By doing this you will extend the life of your tires. Kupper Chevrolet can rotate your tires by our staff's recommendation or by your request.
Kupper Chevrolet provide a completely 90 day roadside assistance. Including towing to Kupper Chevrolet up to $50 credit, lock out service, road hazard tire protection, jump starts, tire changes and fluid/gas delivery.
While you wait help yourself to our complementary freshly popped popcorn and steaming hot coffee in our customer lounge. With FREE WiFi and large cable TV.
Take a tour of our Quick Lube Department! If you're looking for a great oil change in the Bismarck-Mandan area without the hassle, stop by and pay us a visit. Our staff is ready and waiting to take care of your vehicle. Visit us before work, on your lunch break, in the evening or on a Saturday afternoon. We are open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. and on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. No appointment is necessary.
Depending on what is being repaired, the length of a factory warranty varies. Often a comprehensive "bumper-to-bumper" warranty covers everything outside of schedule maintenance. This is generally the shortest warranty period. A usually longer powertrain warranty covers engine and transmission defects. Anti-corrosion protection often lasts even longer. Finally, some manufacturers offer roadside assistance for a limited time
Warranties are often transferable, meaning that a vehicle inside its mileage and duration caps will maintain its factory warranty.
By performing required service at the proper intervals and responding if something clearly goes wrong. Your owner's manual explicitly lists service intervals, although cars are often equipped with "check engine" dashboard lights that signal needed maintenance.
You just need to take the vehicle in for service when the time arrives. Factory-authorized technicians must perform service and any other outside maintenance can potentially void a warranty.
Many warranties cover the parts and labor costs involved in fixing unexpected repairs but place the burden of expected maintenance on the customer. Certain repairs may be covered by some manufacturers and not by others.
Changing your engine's oil and filter is one of the most vital maintenance procedures possible. Oil keeps friction down in the engine and prevents the motor from seizing up. Typical intervals for new cars are between 5,000 to 7,000 miles.
Water and antifreeze keep your engine from overheating and freezing during extreme temperatures. Intervals for flushing the system and replacing coolant vary, as some manufacturers promise long-lasting antifreeze good past 100,000 miles. A general timeframe would be every few years or 30,000 to 40,000 miles.
Older vehicles required the replacement or adjustment of spark plugs much more often than new vehicles do. Manufacturers today promise over 100,000 miles before a tune-up that includes changing the plugs. Still, checking the plugs at 50,000 to 60,000 miles is not a bad idea.
The interval for changing the filter depends on the quality of the filter, type of vehicle, and the environment in which most driving occurs. Traveling on dirt roads will surely clog a filter faster than paved highways. Also, local pollution can determine filter life.
Again, the interval of changing a battery depends on the type of battery, type of vehicle and local climate. Super cold regions may require a more powerful battery for cold starting. Also, rechargeable batteries that have completely lost their charge at some point often never reach full potential again.
During scheduled maintenance, it's a good idea to inspect all hoses, belts and other connections under the hood to be sure everything is in good shape and properly attached.
Wipers need to be replaced, especially in climates with ice and snow. Sometimes just the blade needs replacing, while other times the entire wiper unit should go. Some customers may choose different types of wipers for better performance.
The type of vehicle, specific tire, and driving style determine the life of a tire. Many are rated to last 30,000 to 70,000 miles, but an aggressive style can wear out tires in 15,000 miles. Customers may deviate from OEM specifications in the interest of better looks or performance.
Like tires, brake life depends heavily on driving style. Lots of stressful braking will significantly shorten life. Replacement requires new pads and sometimes, new rotors.
Anything required for an annual inspection can also need replacing. Light bulbs, exhaust components, and emission controls may require fixing.