Regardless of my car, I always do 3k miles. Some people say you can wait 5k or even 7k miles with synthetic. But my father always told me it's 3k no matter what and worst case, you are running cleaner oil which is NEVER gonna hurt your engine. So take that for what you will.
i only change the oil in my 08 canyon every year now. i drive maybe 11-13k miles per year. I get the synthetic rated for 15k miles and ditto the filter. I think it's actually about 2X as expensive as regular synthetic/filter, so really I'm just saving one change a year. I couldn't see myself changed it more then every 6k miles, so it's basically the difference between 1x and 2x changes per year. I've been doing this for 4-5 years now I think, no issues, it has around 135k miles so far, had 35k when i bough it in 2013, no major repairs (changed a thermostat and doo dad here and there, nothing over $100 or so)
I highly doubt changing it 3k miles is anything but superfluous, but If it makes you feel better, cant hurt anything (well technically you could, more chances at stripping out the oil nut or forgetting it, etc, but anyway)
If I got one of these turbos since it's brought up here I'd probably follow the manual on oil change interval. At least the first few years for sure before it got old, beat up, and you dont care anymore