Does Costco Do Oil Changes? (All You Need To Know)

Costco sells almost everything you need, from food for your family to tires for your car. In addition to this, Costco also offers a wide range of automotive services.

Because of this, you might be wondering whether or not Costco does oil changes for car owners. Here is what I discovered!

Does Costco Do Oil Changes In [currentyear]?

Unfortunately, Costco does not offer oil changes at any of their Tire Centers. Costco previously did provide oil changes for its customers, but they have been slowly phasing this out since 2016. Customers can instead get affordable oil changes at Walmart, Jiffy Lube, and Pep Boys.

To learn more about whether or not Costco sells oil for changing the oil yourself and other stores that provide this service, keep on reading!

Why Did Costco Stop Doing Oil Changes?

While there is no clear answer as to why Costco ceased its oil change services (and battery services), we can assume that it was due to low-profit margins and decreased demand.

It also seems like Costco has slowly been phasing out this service since 2016.

While many locations in Canada and the East Coast had this service up until mid-2019, it now seems like also Costco locations do not provide oil changes as of [currentyear].

Where Else Can I Get Oil Changed?

While Costco unfortunately no longer does oil changes, there are plenty of other affordable options to get this service done. Here are a few different options:

  • Walmart ($20)
  • Jiffy Lube ($45)
  • Pep Boys ($35)
  • Firestone ($40)
  • Meineke ($45)
  • Local mechanic ($40-$100)

Does Costco Sell Motor Oil?

Even though you can no longer get your oil changed at a Costco warehouse, you can still purchase motor oil both in-store and online!

The brands on offer include Mobil, Castrol, as well as Costco’s own-brand Kirkland motor oil.

Prices start from as little as $19.99 and go up to around $56, depending on the type and quantity you buy.

Costco also sells a wide range of other automotive products, including:

  • Car electronics
  • Car wash and wax
  • Wheels
  • Auto and truck accessories
  • Batteries

What Auto Services Does Costco Offer?

All of Costco’s auto maintenance services are carried out at in-store Tire Centers. As such, all they can offer is tire installation, repair, and upkeep.

However, the services are very comprehensive and competitively priced! In fact, for just $18.99 per tire, you get access to:

To qualify for Costco’s tire services, you have to be a Costco member and have purchased your tires either from a Costco warehouse or online at

Thankfully, their tires are also very competitively priced.

Where To Access Costco Auto Services?

To access auto care services at one of Costco’s Tire Centers, you first need to find your nearest Costco warehouse.

To do so, simply type your home state or ZIP code into the handy “Find A Warehouse” tool on the Costco website.

A list will be generated of every Costco warehouse in your vicinity, along with how far away each store is from you and its details.

However, keep in mind that not all Costco warehouses will have an in-store Tire Center, whether due to size restraints or other restricting factors.

So, take a look at the small icons below the details of your nearest store. A tire icon means that the store has a Tire Center.

To learn more, you can also see our other posts on how Costco leases cars to their members, the Costco battery core charge, if Costco changes brake pads, and the Costco generator return policy.


Unfortunately, Costco no longer offers motor oil changes in-store, although you can still buy motor oil both in-store and online at

Today, all of Costco’s auto services are focused on installing and maintaining tires at very affordable prices.

To find out if your local Costco offers tire maintenance services, use the “Find A Warehouse” tool on the Costco website. A small tire icon will tell you if a store has a Tire Center.

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Marques Thomas

Marques Thomas graduated with a MBA in 2011. Since then, Marques has worked in the retail and consumer service industry as a manager, advisor, and marketer. Marques is also the head writer and founder of

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