The Pep Boys: Manny, Moe, and Jack (usually shortened to Pep Boys) is an automotive repair chain that specializes in providing vehicle owners with...

The Pep Boys: Manny, Moe, and Jack (usually shortened to Pep Boys) is an automotive repair chain that specializes in providing vehicle owners with various automotive services, vehicle parts, and tires.  The company started out as a auto supply company when the three founders opened a shop Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1921.  By the 1930s the chain had 40 stores throughout Philadelphia and one store on the West Coast.  Soon the company spread throughout the United States and today the company owns approximately 800 stores that offer all types of maintenance and repairs.  Pep Boys prices are reasonable making it possible for vehicle owners to keep their cars running properly without spending a large amount of money.




 

Pep Boys Oil Change Prices and Fees

Conventional Oil Change $32

Premium Brand Conventional Oil Change $45

Premium Brand High Mileage Oil Change $55

Premium Brand Synthetic Oil Change $65

Mobil1 Synthetic Oil Change $70

 

Pep Boys oil change prices are very competitive making the repair shop a popular choice among vehicle owners who need to complete that most basic routine maintenance.  Pep Boys prices range between $32.00 and $70.00 with the company offering five different types of oil changes.  Pep Boys oil change cost is based on the type of oil used on the vehicle and the mileage of the vehicle.  Owners with high mileage vehicles have the option of receiving either premium Pennzoil or Castrol for approximately $55.00.




 

Pep Boy service visits are completed on a walk in basis for most routine maintenance.  The only visits that require appointments are repairs that need special parts ordered.  Once you have given the staff your information and vehicle details they will verify the Pep Boys oil change cost and give you an estimate of how long the oil change will take.  After the oil is changed the technician will do a quick check of all the fluid levels (adding fluid when necessary) replace the filters, check under the hood, inspect the brake and steering systems, and check the wiper blades along with the lighting system.