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Asda 5 litre fully synthetic 5W40 motor oil was £20 now down to £13.00.

£13.00 @ George (Asda George)
Just spotted this deal seems a good price reduction. Plenty of other grades also greatly reduced. Read More
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9m, 3w agoFound 9 months, 3 weeks ago
Just spotted this deal seems a good price reduction.

Plenty of other grades also greatly reduced.
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#1
Great price ... Works fine on a 54 Megane.
#3
I did a search for motor oil before posting and nothing recent came up.... my post is for a slightly different oil which may suit others.
#4
is this deal a local or nationwide offer?
#5
Anybody know what oil I need for a 2011 1.6 diesel juke?
#6
iftymbe
is this deal a local or nationwide offer?
Nationwide
#7
benlewis95
Anybody know what oil I need for a 2011 1.6 diesel juke?
That information wiil be in your car owners manual.
3 Likes #8
This is a good price for a lot of oil. I don't have a car but am tempted to buy it to use as cooking oil.
3 Likes #9
benlewis95
Anybody know what oil I need for a 2011 1.6 diesel juke?


There's a new thing on your phone/tablet or pc called Google. Try that.
1 Like #10
charliemike
This is a good price for a lot of oil. I don't have a car but am tempted to buy it to use as cooking oil.
Great, let us know how it tastes
#11
charliemike
This is a good price for a lot of oil. I don't have a car but am tempted to buy it to use as cooking oil.

I seem to remember people died in Italy in the 70s when a company put mineral oil in bottles of cooking oil.
#12
Shine600
charliemike
This is a good price for a lot of oil. I don't have a car but am tempted to buy it to use as cooking oil.
I seem to remember people died in Italy in the 70s when a company put mineral oil in bottles of cooking oil.

This is fully synthetic though?
#13
charliemike
This is a good price for a lot of oil. I don't have a car but am tempted to buy it to use as cooking oil.
Sunflower oil is cheaper and I guarantee it will not give you the $hits like this stuff would
1 Like #14
charliemike
Shine600
charliemike
This is a good price for a lot of oil. I don't have a car but am tempted to buy it to use as cooking oil.
I seem to remember people died in Italy in the 70s when a company put mineral oil in bottles of cooking oil.
This is fully synthetic though?
I think your confusing Synthetic & Organic.
#15
paulandpam1
charliemike
Shine600
charliemike
This is a good price for a lot of oil. I don't have a car but am tempted to buy it to use as cooking oil.
I seem to remember people died in Italy in the 70s when a company put mineral oil in bottles of cooking oil.
This is fully synthetic though?
I think your confusing Synthetic & Organic.

Ah probably. I also did some googling and found out it's WD-40 that you can safely ingest, not motor oil. Will give this one a miss. Thanks all for setting me straight.
#16
charliemike
paulandpam1
charliemike
Shine600
charliemike
This is a good price for a lot of oil. I don't have a car but am tempted to buy it to use as cooking oil.
I seem to remember people died in Italy in the 70s when a company put mineral oil in bottles of cooking oil.
This is fully synthetic though?
I think your confusing Synthetic & Organic.
Ah probably. I also did some googling and found out it's WD-40 that you can safely ingest, not motor oil. Will give this one a miss. Thanks all for setting me straight.
Ah but WD-40 is not an oil so I would not recommend it unless you have some internal water you want to displace :p
1 Like #17
paulandpam1
charliemike
paulandpam1
charliemike
Shine600
charliemike
This is a good price for a lot of oil. I don't have a car but am tempted to buy it to use as cooking oil.
I seem to remember people died in Italy in the 70s when a company put mineral oil in bottles of cooking oil.
This is fully synthetic though?
I think your confusing Synthetic & Organic.
Ah probably. I also did some googling and found out it's WD-40 that you can safely ingest, not motor oil. Will give this one a miss. Thanks all for setting me straight.
Ah but WD-40 is not an oil so I would not recommend it unless you have some internal water you want to displace :p

Oh, thought I could use it instead of that Fry-Lite spray. Oh well.
#18
Is this low saps?
#19
agnostic
benlewis95
Anybody know what oil I need for a 2011 1.6 diesel juke?


There's a new thing on your phone/tablet or pc called Google. Try that.


Okay calm down, jeez!
#20
paulandpam1
charliemike
Shine600
charliemike
This is a good price for a lot of oil. I don't have a car but am tempted to buy it to use as cooking oil.
I seem to remember people died in Italy in the 70s when a company put mineral oil in bottles of cooking oil.
This is fully synthetic though?
I think your confusing Synthetic & Organic.
Go well with a lot of food then.
Seen the oil reduced last week,though some one might have put up deal earlier.
1 Like #21
Would not trust putting this stuff in a decent engine, fine for town runabouts and old cars but if you have anything made by VW/Audi group it needs to meet the spec otherwise you risk camshaft lobe wear on the top end and noisy tappets as this oil will break down a lot quicker in VW group diesels.
#22
strykezero
Would not trust putting this stuff in a decent engine, fine for town runabouts and old cars but if you have anything made by VW/Audi group it needs to meet the spec otherwise you risk camshaft lobe wear on the top end and noisy tappets as this oil will break down a lot quicker in VW group diesels.
He's right you know. I've got a 1.9 TDI 130 Skoda Superb. The only thing superb about it is the engine though and I want it to stay that way.
#23
GeordieAffy2014
Great price ... Works fine on a 54 Megane.
try some in it
#24
Recently bought VAG spec Triple QX for £14.49 for 5ltr fully synthetic 5w40 from carpart4less.co.uk
#25
strykezero
Would not trust putting this stuff in a decent engine, fine for town runabouts and old cars but if you have anything made by VW/Audi group it needs to meet the spec otherwise you risk camshaft lobe wear on the top end and noisy tappets as this oil will break down a lot quicker in VW group diesels.


what he said. For the oldet engines oil from TPS is only about 19 quid for 5l so it's stupid not to use genuine parts. I had to replace a camshaft due to rounded lobe on a 1.9PD engine on a second hand car I bought. Cost me +£350 and that was me doing the labour. Why risk your car for a few quid?

Check your hand book for an oil spec or if in doubt ask someone that knows.
1 Like #26
Excellent price for fully synthetic oil (cheaper than semi-synthetics). I bought some for my 20 year old Saab convertible - it should do just nicely instead of Castrol GTX.
Heat added.
#27
othen
Excellent price for fully synthetic oil (cheaper than semi-synthetics). I bought some for my 20 year old Saab convertible - it should do just nicely instead of Castrol GTX.
Heat added.


Agreed. I check the specifications very carefully before buying any product, not just oil and buy to suit. I find this ok for my Royal Enfield and an old car. I use Castrol Magnatec in the newer car. Just because this oil is cheap at the moment it doesn't mean it is poor quality. The original price was £20 so by buying now at £13 I think it's a good deal.
#28
quidstretchy
strykezero
Would not trust putting this stuff in a decent engine, fine for town runabouts and old cars but if you have anything made by VW/Audi group it needs to meet the spec otherwise you risk camshaft lobe wear on the top end and noisy tappets as this oil will break down a lot quicker in VW group diesels.
He's right you know. I've got a 1.9 TDI 130 Skoda Superb. The only thing superb about it is the engine though and I want it to stay that way.
this is the correct spec for your car. triple qx is only 505.00 this one is 505.01. not for long life servicing you need the £17 5w30 for that
#29
can someone tell me the Engine oil classification of this oil?
#30
JC1997
can someone tell me the Engine oil classification of this oil?
ACEA C3 API SN/CF also meets or exceeds a range of manufacturers specifications which are detailed on the container.
#31
Dogeared
JC1997
can someone tell me the Engine oil classification of this oil?
ACEA C3 API SN/CF also meets or exceeds a range of manufacturers specifications which are detailed on the container.
does it has bmw ll04 on it?

thanks
1 Like #32
JC1997
Dogeared
JC1997
can someone tell me the Engine oil classification of this oil?
ACEA C3 API SN/CF also meets or exceeds a range of manufacturers specifications which are detailed on the container.
does it has bmw ll04 on it?
thanks
Yes, it does have BMWLL04 in the specifications.
#33
thx op purchase 3 of these, 2 years oil service sorted X)
#34
benlewis95
agnostic
benlewis95
Anybody know what oil I need for a 2011 1.6 diesel juke?

There's a new thing on your phone/tablet or pc called Google. Try that.

Okay calm down, jeez!

go for 0w30 or 5w30 full synthetic, but if car RRP over 20k i would suggest you do some research first
#35
strykezero
Would not trust putting this stuff in a decent engine, fine for town runabouts and old cars but if you have anything made by VW/Audi group it needs to meet the spec otherwise you risk camshaft lobe wear on the top end and noisy tappets as this oil will break down a lot quicker in VW group diesels.
Asda engine is supply by Comma which should be ok also the oil is meet the following class:
FORD WSS M2C917-A; VW 502 00, VW 505 00, VW 505 01; BMW LL-04; MB 229.31; ACEA C3; API SN CF

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