Question about 2002 Buick Regal
Well, I am old school, I do not buy into "High Mileage"oils, nor synthetic oils, nor synthetic blends...unless your car has required it and has seen only synthetic since day 1.
I suggest as long as you change oil and the filter every 3000 or 3 months, and can afford to do so, i wouldn't worry about the best, barring there are no current revealing problems. Just use the proper viscosity oil for your car, and proper level. I think your car is 10w-30 year round, 4 1/2 qts. with filter change...always check level after change to make sure it's on par.
Popular brands are CAM-2, Penzoil, Valvoline, Quaker State, Castrol, Mobil. They are all the same to me.
These are only suggestions...you do what you think is best for you.
Posted on Jan 10, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Transmission and drive train should be fine, no issues there due to mileage difference. The lower miles is a plus on the used engine, however, the concern is: 1. how well was the used engine maintained? Did the owner change oil on a regular basis, or not often enough? 2. Where was the car hit? Depending on the point of impact of the crash, it may have 'tweaked' pulleys, or components, which may give you trouble later on. It probably isn't possible to get these answers, as the engine and car may have been separated a while ago, or the info just isn't available. I would say it depends on how much you like the car (and your desire to keep it), and whether or not the dealer will include some type of warranty, so you have some peace of mind if issues do arise down the road. If the buy back offered is good, all the more reason to get rid of the car. My opinion is, you shouldn't have to worry about these things in an '06 car. Good luck!
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
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