Mobil 1 5w-30 ESP Fully Synthetic Engine Oil 1L - RRP £16.99 - £4.25 Instore @ Tesco Filling Stations - HotUKDeals
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Mobil 1 5w-30 ESP Fully Synthetic Engine Oil 1L - RRP £16.99 - £4.25 Instore @ Tesco Filling Stations

Saw this in the Tesco filling station at Ingleby Barwick.

Plenty in stock!

Halfords want £16.99 for this!!!

BARGAIN!

Mobil 1 Product Features.

* Mobil 1 ESP Formula 5w-30 Emission System Protection - Fully Synthetic
* Mobil 1 ESP Formula 5W-30 is an advanced performance synthetic engine oil designed to provide exceptional cleaning power, wear protection and overall performance.
* Mobil 1 ESP Formula 5W-30 has been expertly engineered to help prolong the life and maintain the efficiency of Car Emission Reduction Systems in both diesel and gasoline powered automobiles.
* Mobil 1 ESP Formula 5W-30 exceeds the requirements of many leading industry and car manufacturers' standards required for newer modern diesel and gasoline powered passenger car engines.
* Mobil 1 ESP Formula 5W-30 is made with a proprietary blend of leading edge components formulated to be fully compatible with the latest Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF's) and Gasoline Catalytic Converters (CAT's).
* Mobil 1 ESP Formula 5W-30 has been designed to deliver outstanding performance and protection in conjunction with improved fuel economy.

Mobil 1 Service Classification:
* ACEA A3 B3 B4 C3 API SL/SM CF

Mobil 1 Technical Specifications.
* Mercedes Benz 229.51
* Volkeswagen 504 00/ 507 00
* BMW LL 04
* PEUGEOT
* CITROEN
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#1
http://www.nielsencdg.co.uk/acatalog/MOB-146238-248x500.jpg
#2
V.Cheap. By far the best make of Oil on thye market. I may stop on the way home to have a look!
[helper]#3
Very good oil! Even better price
#4
Thankfully the deal seems to be throughout the whole chain: I'd bought a few of these here in Oxford a few weeks ago but forgot to post about it in here.

Hot indeed - specially because my Fiesta drinks it in bucketloads quite often!

Edited By: hyperhans on Jul 27, 2010 15:22: Complement
#5
Excellent price, very cheap for a quality oil.
#6
cleared out two tescos, going back to both tomorrow then onwards to some more

great seller on ebay this
#7
wonkydonky


great seller on ebay this


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#8
Nice selling price - crappy RRP (pet hate of mine)
#9
Forgot! HOT
banned#10
JAMESWRIGHT2004
V.Cheap. By far the best make of Oil on thye market. I may stop on the way home to have a look!


It is a good oil but not necessarily the best...

JAMESWRONG
#11
I went to tescos the last time a mobil 1 deal was posted, I had previously decided to pick up some hoes while I was there. What a disappointment that was, no matter how I searched or who I asked there were no hoes to be found anywhere. There was no mobil 1 either....
#12
Could you use this in a bike that asks for 5w40 ? Doesn't the40 mean external air temp? And being the uk we're not gonna get that!?
#13
cRuNcHiE
Could you use this in a bike that asks for 5w40 ? Doesn't the40 mean external air temp? And being the uk we're not gonna get that!?
No the it is the "W" wieght or viscosity rating
banned#14
cRuNcHiE
Could you use this in a bike that asks for 5w40 ? Doesn't the40 mean external air temp? And being the uk we're not gonna get that!?


Depends on the bike. This is a car oil and therefore does not meet the JASO spec. required by most bikes (those with wet clutches which are most Japanese bikes).

If you have a Moto Guzzi or certain BMW & Ducati models which have dry clutches like cars then this oil would be okay in the UK.

I ride a BMW R1150GS and would happily stick this in my bike unless I planned a trip to southern Europe in the summer, then I would want to put in an oil that has xxW/50 which would remain thicker at high temperatures.

Read you bike manual - it is not only the viscoscity numbers that matter, you need to make sure you match the rest of the spec. If you don't have a manual then go to the Castrol website and use the oil finder tool http://www.castrol.com/castrol/iframe.do?categoryId=9024084&contentId=7044829
#15
TBH this is a bit thin when cold and still a little thin when hot. I'd personally go for 10W-40 when running a performance car.
1 Like #16
I'm off to get some right now. This is the stuff my Leon Cupra uses!! :)
#17
its been this price in asda a while.
infact wigan asda had the 4 litre for £14 other day,various spec
#18
This appears to be a good reduction,but to buy a 1 litre bottle is always much more expensive per litre than buying a 4/5 litre bottle.
Ok if you only need to top up your existing exact type oil,but for a service or oil change can work out not such a great saving
#19
I bought Castrol Edge fully synthetic 0-40 in Tescos last week reduced from £20 to £16 to £2.50 in litre bottles.............now,that is cheap.
#20
NONE in my local tesco, Bellshill. Only sell Castrol in there... :|
#21
wessie
cRuNcHiE
Could you use this in a bike that asks for 5w40 ? Doesn't the40 mean external air temp? And being the uk we're not gonna get that!?
Depends on the bike. This is a car oil and therefore does not meet the JASO spec. required by most bikes (those with wet clutches which are most Japanese bikes).If you have a Moto Guzzi or certain BMW & Ducati models which have dry clutches like cars then this oil would be okay in the UK. I ride a BMW R1150GS and would happily stick this in my bike unless I planned a trip to southern Europe in the summer, then I would want to put in an oil that has xxW/50 which would remain thicker at high temperatures.Read you bike manual - it is not only the viscoscity numbers that matter, you need to make sure you match the rest of the spec. If you don't have a manual then go to the Castrol website and use the oil finder tool http://www.castrol.com/castrol/iframe.do?categoryId=9024084&contentId=7044829


Cheers for that link, they reccomend 5w-40 for my car, Ive always filled up using 10w
#22
Heat added.

Excellent price!
#23
None in Plymouth, just empty shelves :-(
#24
For help on finding the right oil for your needs, this link might help some people.....CLICK HERE FOR OIL LINK
#25
just round the corner from ingleby so going to top mine up today :)
#26
seefman
JAMESWRIGHT2004
V.Cheap. By far the best make of Oil on thye market. I may stop on the way home to have a look!


It is a good oil but not necessarily the best...

JAMESWRONG


I work for a British Touring car race team, and Mobil 1 is the best of all oils we have found to use in our car. However if you are looking for 2 stroke motorbike/kart oil go Shell M.
#27
Any 10W40 there on offer?
#28
Top price! Lets hope my local station has some!
#29
Yay, great for VAG 2.0 TDI, they burn oil
#30
I'd personally go for 10w-40 in the summer - just a little thicker when cold and thick enough when warm for most road users, inc performance cars. This is prolly a little thin for most. DEFO agree CHECK your manual.

You don't want any swarf in your engine because you have metal grinding against metal because that can equal = dead engine!
#31
hyperhans
Thankfully the deal seems to be throughout the whole chain: I'd bought a few of these here in Oxford a few weeks ago but forgot to post about it in here.

Hot indeed - specially because my Fiesta drinks it in bucketloads quite often!


Why go to the expense of putting fully synthetic oil in a Fiesta?
#32
Sadly this was £20.77 at my local Tesco!!!! Complete rip off. I even took it to the counter to check as I couldn't believe they would sell it for that!
#33
Nothing in Nottingham Megastore or filling station. All still at RRP.
#34
No8
hyperhans
Thankfully the deal seems to be throughout the whole chain: I'd bought a few of these here in Oxford a few weeks ago but forgot to post about it in here.

Hot indeed - specially because my Fiesta drinks it in bucketloads quite often!


Why go to the expense of putting fully synthetic oil in a Fiesta?


Because the fiesta has a good little engine, the manufacturer recommends using 5w-30 full synthetic oil for the engine. I got the 2 litres from asda earlier this year for £7 - Castrol.

If anyone is looking to change the engine oil in their car then it might be cheaper and hassle free to go to somewhere like national.co.uk. I recently had my fiesta's oil & filter change for £26, 5w-30 full synthetic castrol.
#35
No8
hyperhans
Thankfully the deal seems to be throughout the whole chain: I'd bought a few of these here in Oxford a few weeks ago but forgot to post about it in here.

Hot indeed - specially because my Fiesta drinks it in bucketloads quite often!


Why go to the expense of putting fully synthetic oil in a Fiesta?


Cos he's a prat and the reason he is going through it at a rate of knotts is cos the engine specs do not warrant it or it is an old engine and it is pi$$ing out of all the seals

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