Gulf Formula GVX 5w-30 fully synthetic engine oil for VW PD / BMW / Mercedes DPF 10 Litres -15%=£45.98 delivered @ Opie Oils - HotUKDeals
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2 x 5 litres Gulf Formula GVX 5w-30 fully synthetic engine oil for VW / BMW / Mercedes - Use code 15% off DEAL at checkout - if it has expired, use RX8OC that gives about 10% off anytime.

Gulf Formula GVX 5w-30 is a high quality 100% synthetic, low emission engine oil, developed to meet the requirements of the entire range of Volkswagen cars, including PD diesel engines but excluding older versions of the VW R5 engine (used in light trucks) and V10 Touareg Pumpeduese (PD) engines (pre week 21 / 2006).

Gulf Formula GVX has been developed to extend life and maintain efficiency of the after treatment devices (e.g. catalytic converters and diesel particulate filters) used in the latest diesel and petrol passenger cars and has been designed for outstanding performance even with extended oil change intervals.

VW 504 00, VW 507 00 - (officially approved by Volkswagen)
ACEA A3/B4
BMW LL-04 (BMW Longlife 04 / BMW LL04)
Mercedes MB 229.51
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#1
How can anyone vote cold for this deal. 10 litres of great oil. Obviously they drive cheaper run of the mill cars
1 Like #2
Perhaps you should put 10 litre in the title as people are probably just reading 5 litres
#3
Excellent price for fully synthetic oil approved for use on the newest cars. Seriously considering this for when my new Golf R comes - to do a 1500 mile "run-in" oil change. Usually oil of this standard is £12+ per litre.
#4
Your golf r won't need a run in oil change. Vw haven't done that for over 15 year's.
#5
Excellent price for 507 spec (VW also call this Longlife III)
#6
Heat added but would this work on a seat Ibiza? Couldn't find any oil finders on the site
1 Like #7
jrw
Your golf r won't need a run in oil change. Vw haven't done that for over 15 year's.

It's not essential these days and certainly won't affect the warranty, but could be a good thing to do. I appreciate engineering tolerances are a hell of a lot closer than they used to be, but there's still the chance of far more carbon (due to the car being a lot thirstier on the run in) and metal particles in the first 1500 miles than probably the next 8500 miles to the first "proper" service. I usually change cars every 2 years, but I really don't think i'll get bored of this one as it's a fair bit quicker than my previous VWs - I reckon i'll be keeping this 4 years.
#8
kas786
Heat added but would this work on a seat Ibiza? Couldn't find any oil finders on the site

Depends on how old the Ibiza is, if it is less than 5 years old it will almost certainly use this oil. Look in your manual. If it wants VW 504.00 or 507.00 oil then this will do nicely.
#9
On halfords they state we need

MOBIL 1 ESP FORMULA 5W-30 (a) 3.8
Castrol EDGE 5W-30
Mobil 1 ESP 5W/30 Oil 5L
Halfords 5W30 Fully Synthetic VW/Audi 2 Litre Oil
Castrol
#10
Sorry didn't have a change is this the same stuff?
#11
Good price For the 2 x 5ltr and 20ltr drum.
#12
kas786
On halfords they state we need
MOBIL 1 ESP FORMULA 5W-30 (a) 3.8
Castrol EDGE 5W-30
Mobil 1 ESP 5W/30 Oil 5L
Halfords 5W30 Fully Synthetic VW/Audi 2 Litre Oil
Castrol

That's because Halfords don't sell the Gulf stuff, but will sell the others. It is the same spec and so it will do.
#13
monkeyhanger75
jrw
Your golf r won't need a run in oil change. Vw haven't done that for over 15 year's.
It's not essential these days and certainly won't affect the warranty, but could be a good thing to do. I appreciate engineering tolerances are a hell of a lot closer than they used to be, but there's still the chance of far more carbon (due to the car being a lot thirstier on the run in) and metal particles in the first 1500 miles than probably the next 8500 miles to the first "proper" service. I usually change cars every 2 years, but I really don't think i'll get bored of this one as it's a fair bit quicker than my previous VWs - I reckon i'll be keeping this 4 years.

I test drove one and i'm trying to justify to myself I need one as a weekend car!
#14
doitallovermyface
How can anyone vote cold for this deal. 10 litres of great oil. Obviously they drive cheaper run of the mill cars

A rather silly remark. Do you run a Porsche, Bugatti, Ferrari or Rolls? If not, you've got a run of the mill car as well.

Brand oils are hyped by a lot of marketing twaddle, charging premium prices for an unproven 'premium' product. The big boys usually state they are 'better than the other leading brands', but when asked to send proof of such a claim you never hear from them again Leaving you just 'to believe it'.

Maybe a good price for Gulf, but still quite high for an engine oil (Be honest who NEEDS 507 oil, will your engine blow up/ get damaged if you put 505 in doing normal A to B driving? Plain overkill).

As long as engine oils meets the spec prescribed by the manufacturer and you change at the set intervals (mileage or time) EVERY brand will do.

Triple QX, fully synthetic, SN oil, GBP 12.49 (offer on this site too) for 5 liters including postage (rumoured by many to be made by Shell, but of course Shell will never confirm this (neither do they deny it)). For that money you can drop it after whatever mileage/time and put fresh oil in compared to none with the Gulf.



Edited By: Mirola on Feb 12, 2015 19:09
#15
Mirola
doitallovermyface
How can anyone vote cold for this deal. 10 litres of great oil. Obviously they drive cheaper run of the mill cars
As long as engine oils meets the spec prescribed by the manufacturer and you change at the set intervals (mileage or time) EVERY brand will do.
Triple QX, fully synthetic, SN oil, GBP 12.49 (offer on this site too) for 5 liters including postage (rumoured by many to be made by Shell, but of course Shell will never confirm this (neither do they deny it)). For that money you can drop it after whatever mileage/time and put fresh oil in compared to none with the Gulf.

All good points, and well made
#16
Mirola
doitallovermyface
How can anyone vote cold for this deal. 10 litres of great oil. Obviously they drive cheaper run of the mill cars
A rather silly remark. Do you run a Porsche, Bugatti, Ferrari or Rolls? If not, you've got a run of the mill car as well.
Brand oils are hyped by a lot of marketing twaddle, charging premium prices for an unproven 'premium' product. The big boys usually state they are 'better than the other leading brands', but when asked to send proof of such a claim you never hear from them again Leaving you just 'to believe it'.
Maybe a good price for Gulf, but still quite high for an engine oil (Be honest who NEEDS 507 oil, will your engine blow up/ get damaged if you put 505 in doing normal A to B driving? Plain overkill).
As long as engine oils meets the spec prescribed by the manufacturer and you change at the set intervals (mileage or time) EVERY brand will do.
Triple QX, fully synthetic, SN oil, GBP 12.49 (offer on this site too) for 5 liters including postage (rumoured by many to be made by Shell, but of course Shell will never confirm this (neither do they deny it)). For that money you can drop it after whatever mileage/time and put fresh oil in compared to none with the Gulf.

Actually yes I drive a Porsche 996 as a weekend car
#17
doitallovermyface
Mirola
doitallovermyface
How can anyone vote cold for this deal. 10 litres of great oil. Obviously they drive cheaper run of the mill cars
A rather silly remark. Do you run a Porsche, Bugatti, Ferrari or Rolls? If not, you've got a run of the mill car as well.
Brand oils are hyped by a lot of marketing twaddle, charging premium prices for an unproven 'premium' product. The big boys usually state they are 'better than the other leading brands', but when asked to send proof of such a claim you never hear from them again Leaving you just 'to believe it'.
Maybe a good price for Gulf, but still quite high for an engine oil (Be honest who NEEDS 507 oil, will your engine blow up/ get damaged if you put 505 in doing normal A to B driving? Plain overkill).
As long as engine oils meets the spec prescribed by the manufacturer and you change at the set intervals (mileage or time) EVERY brand will do.
Triple QX, fully synthetic, SN oil, GBP 12.49 (offer on this site too) for 5 liters including postage (rumoured by many to be made by Shell, but of course Shell will never confirm this (neither do they deny it)). For that money you can drop it after whatever mileage/time and put fresh oil in compared to none with the Gulf.
Actually yes I drive a Porsche 996 as a weekend car
But not everyone else does...
1 Like #18
Mirola
doitallovermyface
Mirola
doitallovermyface
How can anyone vote cold for this deal. 10 litres of great oil. Obviously they drive cheaper run of the mill cars
A rather silly remark. Do you run a Porsche, Bugatti, Ferrari or Rolls? If not, you've got a run of the mill car as well.
Brand oils are hyped by a lot of marketing twaddle, charging premium prices for an unproven 'premium' product. The big boys usually state they are 'better than the other leading brands', but when asked to send proof of such a claim you never hear from them again Leaving you just 'to believe it'.
Maybe a good price for Gulf, but still quite high for an engine oil (Be honest who NEEDS 507 oil, will your engine blow up/ get damaged if you put 505 in doing normal A to B driving? Plain overkill).
As long as engine oils meets the spec prescribed by the manufacturer and you change at the set intervals (mileage or time) EVERY brand will do.
Triple QX, fully synthetic, SN oil, GBP 12.49 (offer on this site too) for 5 liters including postage (rumoured by many to be made by Shell, but of course Shell will never confirm this (neither do they deny it)). For that money you can drop it after whatever mileage/time and put fresh oil in compared to none with the Gulf.
Actually yes I drive a Porsche 996 as a weekend car
But not everyone else does...

Ah well they should of done better at school or in life
#19

Triple QX, fully synthetic, SN oil, GBP 12.49 (offer on this site too) for 5 liters including postage (rumoured by many to be made by Shell, but of course Shell will never confirm this (neither do they deny it))

Triple QX is made by Onix Oil.

Edited By: snapdragon on Feb 19, 2015 20:40: spelling

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