There a new place here in town for oil changes and its a pretty nice lay out, they let you watch them do all the work its pretty cool. They use service pro oil filters, they say made in china on them but it is a stout built filter and looks a lot like the drive works on that was taken apart. They also have fram, purolator, m1 and a wix filter torn apart for you to compare. For their basic conventioal oil change they use universal lubricants regular conventional for 18.99, the next step up is eco-ultra syn blend that is re-refined. I looked up the specs and it looks like a decent oil change for 24.99. and of course they have every oil under the sun if you want something else but thats pretty spendy. Anyway heres a link to the oil. http://universallubes.com/products/eco_friendly/universal_eco_ultra_synthetic_blend_5w30 This is also stated on the webstie "Leading motor oil companies rely on Universal Lubricants for their distribution. We are involved in either the compounding, blending, packaging, distribution or combination of services for Quaker State, Castrol, Pennzoil, Shell, Panolin and Camco national-brand lubricants as well as other branded packaged goods."