Shell Engine Oil (Helix Ultra Professional AG Engine Oil - 5W-30 - 5ltr) Eurocarparts using code - £14.99 - HotUKDeals
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Shell Engine Oil (Helix Ultra Professional AG Engine Oil - 5W-30 - 5ltr) Eurocarparts using code - £14.99

£14.99 @ Euro Car Parts
50% off their list price using code OIL50 Valid for next 4 days Read More
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#3
thank you!
ordered !!
#4
Heat added
Good price
Shell petrol station selling almost £45.
I purchased during BLACKFRIDAY deals.
Worth it.
Do not forget Quidco/TCB Cashback.
#5
How is this compared to mobil 1?
#6
I'm finding the oil thing a bit confusing, I have an i10 and the manual says API service SM or above/ ACEA A5 or above. But I was always told go by the 5w-30 or whatever the car happens to need. Any one explain this to me?
#7
fantastic price bought last time from here for £17 so this is even better!
1 Like #8
Great thanks needed 5w40 for my Galaxy but still 50% off entire range of oils code worked on 5 litres of triple qx - 13.99 delivered! Heat!
1 Like #9
Remember code XMAS if the codes don't stack, you can get this motor oil free if you have a big enough order. Eg battery + oil
#10
Nice deal
#11
Thanks Op!
Also If you purchased oil but no oil filter you may get a discount code via email within the hour to get 15% off oil filters use code AO152X at checkout 8)
#12
Its coming up as £39.60, so works out at about £20... does anyone know how do you get this to £15?

thanks
1 Like #13
urban_i
Its coming up as £39.60, so works out at about £20... does anyone know how do you get this to £15?
thanks

Its the Vauxhall varient which starts off at £29.99 before the discount.
#14
Is there any reason this can't be used in a VAG engine? It's not coming up on the list for my car, but can't be too dissimilar can it?
#15
FFCMatt
Is there any reason this can't be used in a VAG engine? It's not coming up on the list for my car, but can't be too dissimilar can it?


depends which vag u have what model is it and does it require low saps or pd engine oil or some other variability.
#16
Probably best I stick to ones I know suit. Will use the deal anyway on a suitable oil, so still a great offer.
#17
Heat for the post
RealBargainHunter
Thanks Op!
Also If you purchased oil but no oil filter you may get a discount code via email within the hour to get 15% off oil filters use code AO152X at checkout 8)
If you use XMAS a Mann filter should be dicounted by 32.5%:)

Edited By: xigent on Dec 24, 2016 12:05
#18
Settled on Petronas, worked out at £12.75 for 4l. Have paid more than that for one litre, so heat added. Cheers op.
#19
ordered thanks op
#20
adamc11
I'm finding the oil thing a bit confusing, I have an i10 and the manual says API service SM or above/ ACEA A5 or above. But I was always told go by the 5w-30 or whatever the car happens to need. Any one explain this to me?
There's a lot more to oil than just viscosity these days - don't risk it unless you know it's compatible.
#21
adamc11
I'm finding the oil thing a bit confusing, I have an i10 and the manual says API service SM or above/ ACEA A5 or above. But I was always told go by the 5w-30 or whatever the car happens to need. Any one explain this to me?


5w30 are the thickness grades. 5 when cold - thickening up to 30 when the engine is warm. The ACEA etc. Is the quality of the oil. Important to get both right as different cars/manufacturers specify varying quality.
#22
ukdahool
adamc11
I'm finding the oil thing a bit confusing, I have an i10 and the manual says API service SM or above/ ACEA A5 or above. But I was always told go by the 5w-30 or whatever the car happens to need. Any one explain this to me?


5w30 are the thickness grades. 5 when cold - thickening up to 30 when the engine is warm. The ACEA etc. Is the quality of the oil. Important to get both right as different cars/manufacturers specify varying quality.


And a fully synthetic oil will give better protection than a semi synthetic or mineral oil.
#23
Hot! Needed some oil for my chip shop

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