BMW 3 Series Crosland Air Filter Insert Panel Type WAS £45 now £16.44 delivered @ carpartsaver on Ebay [CARPARTSAVER seem to be the new cheapest in UK] - HotUKDeals
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BMW 3 Series Crosland Air Filter Insert Panel Type WAS £45 now £16.44 delivered @ carpartsaver on Ebay [CARPARTSAVER seem to be the new cheapest in UK]

£16.44 @ eBay
My BMW had its MOT today, got through but needed new tyres, not a biggy, they also recommended new air filter £35 to you sir - so I looked it up and got this one instead for £16.44. Carpartsaver o… Read More
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My BMW had its MOT today, got through but needed new tyres, not a biggy, they also recommended new air filter £35 to you sir - so I looked it up and got this one instead for £16.44.

Carpartsaver on Ebay seem to have the lowest prices at the mo, a lot cheaper than ECP with codes such as JANSALE - worth a check.

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1 Like #1
Good price, if not a little niche.
#2
Carpartsaver IS actually ECP. I bought a battery from their eBay store, and it was delivered with ECP paperwork.
1 Like #3
Crapweasel
Carpartsaver IS actually ECP. I bought a battery from their eBay store, and it was delivered with ECP paperwork.

I think you're right - it seems to be 3 aspects of the same company, all with different prices

I was just interested to see that carpartsaver was cheaper than the other 2, even after codes
1 Like #4
luvsadealdealdeal
Crapweasel
Carpartsaver IS actually ECP. I bought a battery from their eBay store, and it was delivered with ECP paperwork.
I think you're right - it seems to be 3 aspects of the same company, all with different prices
I was just interested to see that carpartsaver was cheaper than the other 2, even after codes
Yes, the different pricing structures are certainly interesting! It does pay to check prices between all (Eurocarparts, Carparts4less, & Carpartssaver) 3 sites, as although I think you're right that Carpartssaver seems to be cheaper on many things {my battery was >1/5 cheaper than if I'd purchased from the other 2}, windscreen wipers were actually cheaper on the Carparts4less website.

Cheers for the post, it's
#5
OMG £35 for air filter! for my vauxhall it's only £4 hehe. Happy days
#6
azare4
OMG £35 for air filter! for my vauxhall it's only £4 hehe. Happy days

heh heh - not that I paid £35 :)
#7
good luck with that Vauxhall!

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#8
luvsadealdealdeal
good luck with that Vauxhall!

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thank you Bentley boy
1 Like #9
Crossland are at the cheaper end of products. Try getting a price for a Mann filter, they normally make the oem ones for BMW
1 Like #10
**NEWSFLASH** MOT/Car service centre charge £35 for £16 part
#11
onamission100
Crossland are at the cheaper end of products. Try getting a price for a Mann filter, they normally make the oem ones for BMW

that was about £3 more expensive on carpartsaver - you reckon I should have gone for that instead?
#12
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onamission100
Crossland are at the cheaper end of products. Try getting a price for a Mann filter, they normally make the oem ones for BMW
that was about £3 more expensive on carpartsaver - you reckon I should have gone for that instead?

if so I'll just order that as well for next time
#13
Sadly Crossland filters are no longer the quality they once were since they were bought over a few years ago. I think the Euro group is the only place which sells them now, I'd try to get something of a bit better quality.
#14
luvsadealdealdeal
onamission100
Crossland are at the cheaper end of products. Try getting a price for a Mann filter, they normally make the oem ones for BMW
that was about £3 more expensive on carpartsaver - you reckon I should have gone for that instead?

Yes , I would if it was my car and use Mann oil filter too

Edited By: onamission100 on Jan 17, 2017 22:05
#15
onamission100
luvsadealdealdeal
onamission100
Crossland are at the cheaper end of products. Try getting a price for a Mann filter, they normally make the oem ones for BMW
that was about £3 more expensive on carpartsaver - you reckon I should have gone for that instead?
Yes , I would if it was my car and use Mann oil filter too

garage boy said recommended change air filter every 2nd oil change

so I might use the Crosland next time, the Mann the one after, & speed up frequency a tad

sounds like a plan
1 Like #16
I think Mann are top quality filters. They manufacture many OEM parts. I believe GM oil filters are often Hengst. ECP and their sister companies are generally good on prices. Always look out for discount codes. Can be a bit expensive without the discount codes.

I would say that one of the best things you can do to prolong your engines' life is to ignore manufacturers 20,000 mile service intervals and change your oil and filter more frequently. Especially if your engine has a turbo fitted. I reckon intervals are to save fleet operators money - they won't be dealing with the fallout after a few years.

If you are changing your own oil, make sure you check the specifications carefully, not just the grade/viscosity. Particularly VW group PD engines.

Edited By: JRBWales on Jan 17, 2017 23:45: Additional information.
1 Like #17
I need some bmw indicators they have never been used...
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#19
JRBWales
I think Mann are top quality filters. They manufacture many OEM parts. I believe GM oil filters are often Hengst. ECP and their sister companies are generally good on prices. Always look out for discount codes. Can be a bit expensive without the discount codes.
I would say that one of the best things you can do to prolong your engines' life is to ignore manufacturers 20,000 mile service intervals and change your oil and filter more frequently. Especially if your engine has a turbo fitted. I reckon intervals are to save fleet operators money - they won't be dealing with the fallout after a few years.
If you are changing your own oil, make sure you check the specifications carefully, not just the grade/viscosity. Particularly VW group PD engines.

Honest John
http://www.honestjohn.co.uk/
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/motoring/caradvice/honestjohn/
consistently says the single best thing you can do to look after your motor is an oil & filters chnge every 10,000 miles or on lower mileage minimum once yearly
#20
Go for Mann filter as suggested by others. They are OEM quality and not usually much more.
#21
ahenners
Go for Mann filter as suggested by others. They are OEM quality and not usually much more.

thanks for confirmation

you live & learn :)

I'm sure my Crosland will work OK for a year though
#22
Itsabargain69
I need some bmw indicators they have never been used...

Good grief man...

i) Try and put a sentence together that makes a little sense!
ii) This has been done to death - to the point of not being funny for any make of car.
#23
azare4
OMG £35 for air filter! for my vauxhall it's only £4 hehe. Happy days


£8 at tps for my vw genuine parts

Edited By: jimbob86 on Jan 18, 2017 19:01: +

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