It’s can either be an easy or a hard question to fully answer. But it’s one that can be a little more complex than you might think. peugeots are special vehicles and the newest models are engineered to use synthetic oils and fluids that require less changing than traditional oils. They’re designed to last up to 12,000 and even 15,000 miles, roughly one driving year, between oil change intervals. Even your peugeot owner’s manuals recommend an oil change every 15,000 miles. And on most peugeot cars, the reminder lights on the instrument panel are set to remind the driver to change their oil at this time, too.
But, changing your oil sooner can help prolong engine life and performance. However, despite the old wisdom of changing your oil every 3,000 miles, as vehicle technology has improved, that number has been changed for most modern vehicles. It’s more wallet, engine, and environmentally friendly to get your engine oil changed about every 7,500 to 10,000 miles (depending on driving habits and climate).