UNIPART OIL - 5W/30 - 5W/40 (FULLY SYNTHETIC) Plus loads of other grades. £17.99 per 5 LTR's or £3.99 per 1 LTR's - HotUKDeals
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UNIPART OIL - 5W/30 - 5W/40 (FULLY SYNTHETIC) Plus loads of other grades. £17.99 per 5 LTR's or £3.99 per 1 LTR's

The oil has been at this price for some time now, but a lot of people dont know that THE RANGE sell this oil. or who makes it!! which is why its such a good price for a good quality oil.

UNIPART oil is a good quality oil, in the trade its rumoured that its re-badged by Unipart and made by Fuchs TITAN Supersyn, (Google will confirm this)

Cheers

Rick
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#1
Photos

http://i148.photobucket.com/albums/s13/RickT_album/DSCF3573.jpg

http://i148.photobucket.com/albums/s13/RickT_album/DSCF3572.jpg

As said above, its rumoured and confired to be re-badged of the Fuchs TITAN Supersyn product... (Just google it..)

If voting cold...... please state why.... and advise why you can buy the same product or better for less...

Rick
#2
There seems to be a lot of cheap oil on here lately, several for 5W 30.
I heard that Morrisons have it even cheaper.

I wonder is any of it is any good at all, as really good stuff is more like £50 for 5L.
#3
androo
There seems to be a lot of cheap oil on here lately, several for 5W 30.
I heard that Morrisons have it even cheaper.

I wonder is any of it is any good at all, as really good stuff is more like £50 for 5L.


This stuff is said to be made by Fuchs TITAN Supersyn, ( who are some part of the UNIPART group now) (plus, a lot of the deals you see around now are only for SEMI synth too)

There are a lot of cheap oils out there, and the problem is that a lot of people dont know whats good or bad unless it has the famous oil brand on the tub..

There are cheap brands out there like Comma oil which is a cheap brand, but still an ok oil if use for short or 12 month servicing with the right engines.. which a lot of super markets re-badge it too..

Rick
#4
Good spot, always use it
#5
siadwel
Good spot, always use it


Cheers

Rick
#6
hot from me,excellent price and the £2.99 top up bottles are great value.
#7
have some heat rick ;)
#8
Thanks Guys!

Rick
#9
Good find, however I cannot find it on the website, my nearest store is a 70 mile round trip away.

So no good for me.;-)
#10
so am i being dumb here 5 litres £17.00 1 litre £2.99, so its cheaper to buy 5 1 litre than buy a big 5 litre,
#11
Beware there are at least 5 different versions of 5w30. i.e 5w30G, 5W30R etc

Full details at Granville oils website http://www.gunk.eu.com/fullysynwin.html

If you goto Comma's website you can enter your car registration number to get the correct grade of oil for joy & pride
http://www.commaoil.com/motorists
#12
Voted hot..:thumbsup:
#13
gazzdablade
so am i being dumb here 5 litres £17.00 1 litre £2.99, so its cheaper to buy 5 1 litre than buy a big 5 litre,


Hi,

Its £3.99 per Litre, it was a typo..

Rick
#14
Hancock
Beware there are at least 5 different versions of 5w30. i.e 5w30G, 5W30R etc

Full details at Granville oils website http://www.gunk.eu.com/fullysynwin.html

If you goto Comma's website you can enter your car registration number to get the correct grade of oil for joy & pride
http://www.commaoil.com/motorists


Just to add then,

The 5w/40 Unit part oil meets MB 229.3, VW 502 00/ VW 505 00, BMW Longlife 98, Porsche

and the 5W/30 meets VW 504 00/ 507 00 Long Life Service.

Rick
#15
Can you post a closeup of the specs this oil meets, since cannot quite make it out. cheers
#16
johnyb
Can you post a closeup of the specs this oil meets, since cannot quite make it out. cheers



http://www.opieoils.co.uk/pdfs/FUCHS%20-%20TDS/TITAN%20SUPERSYN%20SAE%205W-40.pdf

Can't think why they show a map of the UK on their store locator, as they have no stroes in Scotland, or Northern Ireland.. :roll:

Good deal if you are in England or Wales though :thumbsup:
#17
Thanks for the hint, will be getting some soon hopefully for my car, added heat.

edit: do they do 10w/40?
#18
johnyb
Can you post a closeup of the specs this oil meets, since cannot quite make it out. cheers


Photo below of the 5w/30 with spec..

Also, THE RANGE, have loads of other grades at the same price or cheaper, all UNIPART,

http://i148.photobucket.com/albums/s13/RickT_album/DSCF3574.jpg

Cheers

Rick
#19
Thanks, will take a look. Shame my car takes 5.3 litres so need to get a 5 litre and 1 litre....
#20
Hancock
If you goto Comma's website you can enter your car registration number to get the correct grade of oil for joy & pride
http://www.commaoil.com/motorists


I tried that link and the website said 10w-40 for my car.
I try the one on Halfords website and it reccomends 2 at 0w-40 and 5w-40....

Guess I need to read the car manual instead?
#21
twe
I tried that link and the website said 10w-40 for my car.
I try the one on Halfords website and it reccomends 2 at 0w-40 and 5w-40....

Guess I need to read the car manual instead?


What car and engine is it ?

Rick
#22
Very good price for fully synth; hot from me.
#23
RickT
What car and engine is it ?

Rick


Its a Mitsubishi Colt CZ 2005 1.5 litre, 3 cylinder diesel.
#24
twe
Its a Mitsubishi Colt CZ 2005 1.5 litre, 3 cylinder diesel.


This is what the Castrol oil selector says:-

http://www.castrol.com/castrol/iframe.do?categoryId=9024084&contentId=7044829

Seems to suggest anything between 0W/30 and 10W/40

The oil in this thread is A3/B4 spec. so should be OK although the owners handbook should tell you for sure.

EDIT : that link may not work in FF but seems OK in IE.
#25
twe
I tried that link and the website said 10w-40 for my car.
I try the one on Halfords website and it reccomends 2 at 0w-40 and 5w-40....

Guess I need to read the car manual instead?



This may be of help to you
http://www.tuninglinx.com/html/oil-change-2.html
#26
thanks guys, seems like everyone apart from Halfords agrees my car is 10w-40....

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