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Shell helix ultra Ag engine oil 5W -30 was £35.40 now £18.64 @ EuroCarParts

£18.64 @ Euro Car Parts
Eurocarparts. Shell oil reduced from £35.40 to £24.99 using code Jansale takes it to £18.60. Use WEEKEND30 to bring price to £17.49 - vassy4u Read More
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Eurocarparts. Shell oil reduced from £35.40 to £24.99 using code Jansale takes it to £18.60.

Use WEEKEND30 to bring price to £17.49
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5 litres
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use code weekend30 instead of Jansale to reduce to £17.49. code valid until 15th Jan
#5
eBay item 282323916082 £17.47 if helps anyone
#6
This is C3 specification so check carefully that it is suitable for your car! Just stating 5W-30 is not enough.
#8
Will this be OK for my Nissan note 1.6 Ntec 2012? I do usually use 5W-30 fully synthetic
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5w40 £14.49 free delivery http://www.carparts4less.co.uk/cp4l/p/accessories-engine-oil/engine-oils/engine-oil/5w40-engine-oil/?521776031&0&cc5_248 for anyone interested

Edited By: psypher5 on Jan 12, 2017 21:49: Extra info
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Still the same people in disguise
#12
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Will this be OK for my Nissan note 1.6 Ntec 2012? I do usually use 5W-30 fully synthetic
You've got the handbook,check approved spec in there against approved spec on this oil,if they are the same then it's fine
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jongerry
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Will this be OK for my Nissan note 1.6 Ntec 2012? I do usually use 5W-30 fully synthetic
You've got the handbook,check approved spec in there against approved spec on this oil,if they are the same then it's fine
I've just looked it up for you and I understand the handbook is less than clear except saying 5w-30 fully synthetic is preferred. Nissan garages use a 10w-40 oil which is thicker than 5w-30 at start up,lord knows why. This oil is fine and exceeds all specs relevant to your vehicle.
#14
Need to order one when needed
#15
jongerry
jongerry
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Will this be OK for my Nissan note 1.6 Ntec 2012? I do usually use 5W-30 fully synthetic
You've got the handbook,check approved spec in there against approved spec on this oil,if they are the same then it's fine
I've just looked it up for you and I understand the handbook is less than clear except saying 5w-30 fully synthetic is preferred. Nissan garages use a 10w-40 oil which is thicker than 5w-30 at start up,lord knows why. This oil is fine and exceeds all specs relevant to your vehicle.

Thanks for your effort to help. Yes I found the handbook less than helpful, so your advice is much appreciated.
#16
Hello, need some help as the car manual doesnt state what oil i should be using. I am currently having trouble trying to get my head around this table. http://www.peugeot.com.au/media/deliacms/media/3/305-df583b.pdf
I have a peugeot 207 1.4 2009 model 5 door. Would greatly appreciate some advice as this is my first car/oil change.
#17
Thank you, just in time for next car service.
#18
Talhah
Hello, need some help as the car manual doesnt state what oil i should be using. I am currently having trouble trying to get my head around this table. http://www.peugeot.com.au/media/deliacms/media/3/305-df583b.pdf
I have a peugeot 207 1.4 2009 model 5 door. Would greatly appreciate some advice as this is my first car/oil change.
OK,car manufacturers are getting cunning at hiding oil specs and just recommending a brand they have a tie up with to increase their profit. What they can't hide is the spec of the oil they are pushing. In your case any 5w-30 fully synthetic or semi synthetic low ash which meets or exceeds ACEA (this is the body that regulates oil behaviour) A3/B4 This is not a very high spec,some Asda oils,castrol GTX,Magnatec etc meet it.
If you do a high mileage or leave it to the max time between services then go for fully synthetic. It always says on the can so yu are looking for
5w-30 oil to ACEA A3/B4 in either fully synthetic or semi synthetic. As long as it meets the spec the brand does not matter,it is all hype about the "special" properties. Hope that helps
#19
jongerry
Talhah
Hello, need some help as the car manual doesnt state what oil i should be using. I am currently having trouble trying to get my head around this table. http://www.peugeot.com.au/media/deliacms/media/3/305-df583b.pdf
I have a peugeot 207 1.4 2009 model 5 door. Would greatly appreciate some advice as this is my first car/oil change.
OK,car manufacturers are getting cunning at hiding oil specs and just recommending a brand they have a tie up with to increase their profit. What they can't hide is the spec of the oil they are pushing. In your case any 5w-30 fully synthetic or semi synthetic low ash which meets or exceeds ACEA (this is the body that regulates oil behaviour) A3/B4 This is not a very high spec,some Asda oils,castrol GTX,Magnatec etc meet it.
If you do a high mileage or leave it to the max time between services then go for fully synthetic. It always says on the can so yu are looking for
5w-30 oil to ACEA A3/B4 in either fully synthetic or semi synthetic. As long as it meets the spec the brand does not matter,it is all hype about the "special" properties. Hope that helps
thanks that helps alot, so in this case this wont be suitable as it is a C3 and not an A3 or B4 right?
#20
Talhah
jongerry
Talhah
Hello, need some help as the car manual doesnt state what oil i should be using. I am currently having trouble trying to get my head around this table. http://www.peugeot.com.au/media/deliacms/media/3/305-df583b.pdf
I have a peugeot 207 1.4 2009 model 5 door. Would greatly appreciate some advice as this is my first car/oil change.
OK,car manufacturers are getting cunning at hiding oil specs and just recommending a brand they have a tie up with to increase their profit. What they can't hide is the spec of the oil they are pushing. In your case any 5w-30 fully synthetic or semi synthetic low ash which meets or exceeds ACEA (this is the body that regulates oil behaviour) A3/B4 This is not a very high spec,some Asda oils,castrol GTX,Magnatec etc meet it.
If you do a high mileage or leave it to the max time between services then go for fully synthetic. It always says on the can so yu are looking for
5w-30 oil to ACEA A3/B4 in either fully synthetic or semi synthetic. As long as it meets the spec the brand does not matter,it is all hype about the "special" properties. Hope that helps
thanks that helps alot, so in this case this wont be suitable as it is a C3 and not an A3 or B4 right?

Not ideal,I'd have a look elsewhere for the correct grade at a good price. Ebay can be good.

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