Pioneer Quick Lube Oil Change and Maintenance Center in Michigan, Ohio, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, Kansas and Iowa Promo Code

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As the owner of a Chevrolet, we know you want to keep your vehicle performing its best. At Pioneer Quick Lube in Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin, Kansas and Iowa our trusted local mechanics have years of experience performing great maintenance with modern technology and equipment. We can help with any of your preventative maintenance needs:

·       Brake service or brake replacement

·       Manufacturer recommended maintenance

·       Muffler and exhaust repair or replacement

·       Heating and air conditioning service

·       Engine repair services (“Check Engine Light” Diagnostics)

·       Shocks and Struts (Suspension System)

·       Oil and Filter Change

Pioneer Quick Lube in Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin, Kansas and Iowa also services the needs of Alma, Appleton, Ashland, Bad Axe, Bay City, Bryan, Bucyrus, Cadillac, Colby, Defiance, Escanaba, Essexville, Fremont, Fenton, Green Bay, Haleyville, Hamilton, Indianola, Ishpeming, Johnston, Junction City, Lawton, Marquette, Midland, Napoleon, Neenah, Norwalk, Russellville, Salina, Tiffin, Urbandale, Traverse City, Standish, Kawkawlin, Oshkosh.

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Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin, Kansas and Iowa

Chevrolet , also known as Chevy, is a brand of vehicle produced by General Motors Company (GM). Founded by Louis Chevrolet and ousted GM founder William C. Durant on November 3, 1911, General Motors acquired Chevrolet in 1918. Chevrolet was positioned by Alfred Sloan to sell a lineup of mainstream vehicles to directly compete against Henry Ford's Model T in the 1920s, with "Chevrolet" or "Chevy" being at times synonymous with GM. In North America, Chevrolet sells and produces a wide variety of automobiles, from subcompact cars to medium-duty commercial trucks, whereas in Europe, the brand name is used on automobiles produced in Korea by General Motors.
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