Walmart Auto Service is the automotive care and maintenance division of the retail giant. While Walmart is well known for its stores, it has since branched off to include other services such as an auto service. The motto is “auto service as you shop”, and with more than 2,500 auto centers around the US, it’s easy to see how the company lives up to this claim.

Below are the estimated Walmart oil change prices.




WALMART OIL CHANGE PRICES

Walmart Oil Change Prices

Pit Crew Oil Change
Conventional Oil and filter change.
$20.00
Standard Oil Change (Meets industry performance standards, conventional motor oil change, and basic lever of engine protection)$30.00
High Mileage (For vehicles with over 75,000 miles, protects against oil burn-off and leaks, and helps extend engine life)$40.00
Power and Performance (Full synthetic oil change, special additives provide maximum performance, and provides the highest level of engine protection)$50.00




Services

The company has four major auto services, with Walmart oil change being one of them and the other three being tire services, battery and other installation services. Their oil and lube service can be divided into four parts: pit crew oil change, standard, high mileage and power and performance.

The pit crew oil change service includes up to 5 quarts of Quaker State Advanced Durability oil. Filter replacement and chassis lubrication services are available (if warranted) and the Walmart technician will also check the status of your car’s battery and the tire pressure and make changes if necessary.




The standard oil change also offers similar services (up to 5 quarts of oil, oil filter replacement, lubrication of the chassis). The same is true for the Higher Mileage and Semi-Synthetic Oil, with the biggest difference being the type of oil used. The Walmart oil change prices of course, depends on the service you avail of.

History

Sam Walton opened the first Walmart store on July 2, 1962, in Rogers, Arkansas. However, the origin of the company goes back to 1945 when Walton bought a branch from the Ben Franklin store with the objective of selling products at lower cost but greater volume, which would benefit consumers.

His first store was successful, but because he could not reach an agreement on the lease, he decided to open another one, the aforementioned store in 1962. The venture was an immediate hit and grew rapidly. In 1972, the company was listed in the New York Stock Exchange, and during the 1980s and 1990s, Walmart would grow exponentially, and by 1988 had become the biggest retailer in the US in terms of revenue.

During its early years, Walmart was limited to the South and the Midwest, but during the 1990s the company began making its presence throughout the US, with Sam’s Club opening in 1989 in New Jersey and one in Lancaster, California in July 1990. A store was also opened in York, Pennsylvania, establishing the company’s presence in the northeast.

The success of Walmart in the US has led to expansion overseas, with successful ventures in China, the UK and throughout South America. As it is, Walmart is now the biggest company in the world in terms of revenue. According to the 2014 Fortune Global 500 study, Walmart is also the biggest employer in the world with more than two million employees working for it.

Since the beginning, Walmart has been a family owned business, and it remains so to this day. The Walton family controls 51% of the company via their Walton Enterprises holding company, and it is currently the biggest grocery retailer in America.

To learn more about Walmart oil change services, visit their official website.