yes 35 all aroundOne of the reasons why I retired being a technician working on cars (for others) from simply doing an oil change with measly profit range to getting blamed why does my car this or that.
How about we broaden some ideas:
Did you recently pump winter gas from an old gas station? nope, I only use top tier gas
Does the area you live in have fluctuations in temperature? yes, we were 30 degrees warmer compared to 2 days back
Is your tires properly aired to manufacturer’s specs?
Since this oil change was performed in a Honda dealership, they have proper oil weights for different vehicles, so that knocks that out the equation. I almost want to fuel could be a winter-blend and maybe the cause of your "sluggishness" in warmer weather change. I'm betting you probably been having winter-blend the whole time for the past couple of months. So I'm just as stumped as you are with why you're thinking that your car was returned in a degraded condition. On your next fill up, reset your odometer to get a gauge of how much mpg your car is producing so at least you have a standpoint to speak from.it was done at my local Honda dealer, they did oil change with multi-point inspection.
I really hope you arent serious and cracking jokes like this isnt cool when people are genuinely asking for help."Winter" oil can slow down your vehicle. Same as using cold air when filling your tires. Buy your oil in the warmer months so you don't get stuck with winter oil...I keep summer oil for just this reason. Same as I fill my compressor in the summer and save it for winter quick fills.
The oil change itself, absolutely NOT, but a multi-point inspection under the engine bay may have inadvertently or intentionally affected the spark or injection systems. Although I would think this would throw a code and warning light.it was done at my local Honda dealer, they did oil change with multi-point inspection.
I don't why your car seems slower after an oil change, but I have known a cure for such problems. I learned this from an experienced mechanic and he suggested if there is some weird problem with the car, just wash it thoroughly. This may seem irrelevant, but it is not, and it works most of the time. I even found a variation of this cure from my local dealership for Honda, Toyota, VW and other cars and that is when I take my car in for service, they always wash the car at the conclusion of service or repairs (with my approval) and as far as I am concerned my dealership gives the very best service of any dealer I have been to. Think about it! CRWINCyes 35 all around