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halfords own brand 10/40 semi synthetic oil £10.79 for 5 litres

£10.79 @ Halfords
Halfords own brand oil 10.79 for 5 litres this is for the 10/40 semi synthetic they also have many more offers please note it says £12 but there's extra 10% when added to basket 4 litres, 4 grades… Read More
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Halfords own brand oil 10.79 for 5 litres this is for the 10/40 semi synthetic they also have many more offers please note it says £12 but there's extra 10% when added to basket

4 litres, 4 grades in total Inc 5w40 and 5w30
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#1
I think it is 4l
#2
Good price! Way cheaper than that Bertolli stuff.
#3
halfords own stuff is usually 4l as mentioned above
#4
They have other grades for same price. 5w40 and 5w30

Edited By: Derek_Duval on Dec 24, 2014 08:35
#6
Click on sale, all 4 grades can be found in there. Doesn't come up on a search.

Edited By: Derek_Duval on Dec 24, 2014 08:51
#7
hmm, branded (Shell performance etc) @ £16-17 vs halfords £11..

Edit - ok fine the 5W40 is a good deal (as you never get sales for this!), not so much of the 10W40 as its quite common "old age" car oil :)

Edited By: Inquisitor on Dec 24, 2014 09:12: .
#8
screeenwash is good too, i've got about 20l concentrated from various deals from here so not needed personally :) (£2.49 for 5l)
#9
The sale offers are for 4 litres at £12 -10% (or £11.99 depending which screen you are looking at !) 5l is £21.99. A lot more expensive than it was in last year's sale, £9 / 4l IIRC.




Edited By: molerat on Dec 24, 2014 09:32: ......................................
#10
For 10W40, it looks like 2L is £11.99. The 5L is coming up as £21.99.
#11
Original posting incorrect - 4L on deal not 5L - don't be misled by the image - it is wrong
#12
Why go for semi-synthetic oil when fully synthetic oil can be bought for the same price?

All of the following are £12 or £11.80 if you buy on line before midnight 24th December. You will have until 27th December to collect.
Halfords 5W 30 Fully Synthetic Oil 4L - Ford
Halfords 5W 30 Fully Synthetic Oil 4L - Vauxhall, Opel, Saab
Halfords 5W/40 Fully Synthetic Petrol & Diesel Oil 4L

The oil is made by Comma.

The 5W 30 Ford oil meets the requirements of Ford WSS-M2C-913-C
The 5W 30 Vauxhall, Opel, Saab Oil Meets the requirements of Vauxhall /Opel GM-LL-A-025, GM-LL-B-025, BMW LL-01
#13
What's the difference in 5w30 and 5w40.

which one is better for a 5-6 year old 100k plus on clock diesel car.
#14
princeprecious
What's the difference in 5w30 and 5w40.

which one is better for a 5-6 year old 100k plus on clock diesel car.

30 is a bit thinner when fully up to temp than 40.

5 /40 is usually recommended for most motors, but in our moderate climate it doesn't make that much of a difference.
#15
Mirola
princeprecious
What's the difference in 5w30 and 5w40.

which one is better for a 5-6 year old 100k plus on clock diesel car.

30 is a bit thinner when fully up to temp than 40.

5 /40 is usually recommended for most motors, but in our moderate climate it doesn't make that much of a difference.
what about 10w 40?
#16
what about 10w 40?[/quote]
depends on the engine/ brand of car you've got, nowadays for some engines 10/40 is a bit too thick (10 being the viscosity when it's cold)

Many websites will tell you (after filling out what car/engine you've got) what oil is preferred and what is possible (not meaning ideal).
#17
Mirola
what about 10w 40?

depends on the engine/ brand of car you've got, nowadays for some engines 10/40 is a bit too thick (10 being the viscosity when it's cold)

Many websites will tell you (after filling out what car/engine you've got) what oil is preferred and what is possible (not meaning ideal).[/quote]I got an Alfa Romeo 147 1.9JTDm.

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