10 litres of Adblue (needed for newer diesel cars) for £9.50 at Unipart Autostores (was £23.99, 60% off). £3.49 delivery if needed.  Much more elsewhere!
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10 litres of Adblue (needed for newer diesel cars) for £9.50 at Unipart Autostores (was £23.99, 60% off). £3.49 delivery if needed. Much more elsewhere!

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Found 24th FebEdited by:"Besford"
Last year I got a car which needs Adblue (Diesel Exhaust Fluid) to keep emissions legal and when it started telling me it needed a refill I found Unipart was the cheapest place to buy it. Now I need a further supply and it's cheaper still at Unipart!

Last time I checked the franchise dealer wanted £3.50/litre to fill it bulk in their workshop or £8 for each 1.89 litre bottle to 'take away'. Terrible rip off and I've heard some places charge much more.

Cheapest place I can find on the high street at the moment is Halfords: £15 for 10 litres. Euro Car Parts want £15.49. Please post if you know any national retailers selling for less than £9.50 as it may be more convenient for people who don't have a Unipart store nearby.

£3.75 shipping if you can't get to a Unipart store but you can get more than one for a single shipping charge.
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I took a drum of this from outside a petrol station, and forgot to pay. I was arrested for taking the p*ss.
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Fill up at your local garage from the pump , I always use a shell garage down the road
Edited by: "hutchir9" 24th Feb
I can sometimes get it cheaper delivered, will have a look for you

Edit - yep, £8.77 delivered hotukdeals.com/dea…471
Edited by: "luvsadealdealdeal" 24th Feb
hutchir93 m ago

Fill up at your local garage from the pump , I always use a shell garage …Fill up at your local garage from the pump , I always use a shell garage down the road


I hope the premium diesel from Costco has same properties of Shell fuel 🤔
hutchir97 m ago

Fill up at your local garage from the pump , I always use a shell garage …Fill up at your local garage from the pump , I always use a shell garage down the road


Do Shell have a pump for Adblue?
CompuFocus8 m ago

I hope the premium diesel from Costco has same properties of Shell fuel …I hope the premium diesel from Costco has same properties of Shell fuel 🤔


I was told it's equivalent to shell v max. Same additives
I always get mine from Amazon. Currently £10.68 for 10l or £19.99 for 20l delivered. Not quite as cheap as the high street price above but worth considering for the convenience of free delivery.
Try CarParts4Less, at the moment £8.77( with Sale16 code) for 10Lt (£10.44 without code) and free delivery over £10.
Here's a link carparts4less.co.uk/cp4…862
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hutchir929 m ago

Fill up at your local garage from the pump , I always use a shell garage …Fill up at your local garage from the pump , I always use a shell garage down the road


If these pumps are the ones intended for trucks my handbook says not to use them - pressure too high I believe and can damage the car's AdBlue system.
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CompuFocus32 m ago

I hope the premium diesel from Costco has same properties of Shell fuel …I hope the premium diesel from Costco has same properties of Shell fuel 🤔


I hope you're not confusing AdBlue with fuel! It does NOT go in the fuel tank!
Rip off adblue just take a leak in the tank.(easier for men obviously) or use one of these

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as above it is always cheaper atCarParts4Less
Edited by: "nougat" 24th Feb
Besford5 h, 18 m ago

I hope you're not confusing AdBlue with fuel! It does NOT go in the fuel …I hope you're not confusing AdBlue with fuel! It does NOT go in the fuel tank!


I hope you have seen the the text i have quoted before doing your stand up comedy session
Edited by: "CompuFocus" 24th Feb
Voted hot but I have a cheaper way if you local petrol station stock it buy one save container and refill next time that you need it petrol stations average 45-50p a litre so nearly half price!
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bigbean6 m ago

Voted hot but I have a cheaper way if you local petrol station stock it …Voted hot but I have a cheaper way if you local petrol station stock it buy one save container and refill next time that you need it petrol stations average 45-50p a litre so nearly half price!


Sounds good but I've never noticed them at fuel stations. Are these the ones intended for trucks? Any particular brand tend to have them?
Any Shell garages sell it for £0.69 from pump,
Esso garages for £0.70 per litre.
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junk151 h, 11 m ago

Any Shell garages sell it for £0.69 from pump,Esso garages for £0.70 per l …Any Shell garages sell it for £0.69 from pump,Esso garages for £0.70 per litre.


Thanks for that but I was at a Shell station earlier and they just have the 10litre cans. I'd be really pleased to find one with a pump though as I have 3 empty 10litre cans I could fill.
I took a drum of this from outside a petrol station, and forgot to pay. I was arrested for taking the p*ss.
Besford6 h, 22 m ago

Thanks for that but I was at a Shell station earlier and they just have …Thanks for that but I was at a Shell station earlier and they just have the 10litre cans. I'd be really pleased to find one with a pump though as I have 3 empty 10litre cans I could fill.


Get it mapped out by your local tuner quantumtuning.co.uk
Hey guys you don't actually need this stuff......just get a petrol car 😁 .....I know great idea right!! I'm here all week 😄
sydney87120 m ago

Try this http://uk.air1.info/en/adblue-supply/adblue-filling/



few and far between. bought a bottle of the 8.77 stuff this morning and it'll be here tomorrow, cant ask for more than that.
doormanjoel31 m ago

Hey guys you don't actually need this stuff......just get a petrol car …Hey guys you don't actually need this stuff......just get a petrol car 😁 .....I know great idea right!! I'm here all week 😄


Why have a less complicated engine with cheaper fuel that can actually rev?
Besford14 h, 40 m ago

Thanks for that but I was at a Shell station earlier and they just have …Thanks for that but I was at a Shell station earlier and they just have the 10litre cans. I'd be really pleased to find one with a pump though as I have 3 empty 10litre cans I could fill.


Look at stations with hgv access, there is always(most) AdBlue pump.
We use the local BP station with a Truck Adblue pump in our VW Tiguan, no issues with using in 20k miles.
Much cheaper than buying it bottled
Pump pressure is to high that's why it's best to pump it into 10l container petrol station will have an attachment that goes on the end of the pump to being pressure down you can't beat 45p to 50p a litre
My local shell 45.9p a litre
Or just use demineralized water
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Krizzo31 h, 54 m ago

Or just use demineralized water


Why?
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bigbean26th Feb

My local shell 45.9p a litre




Finally found a (Shell) station with AdBlue pump, though not very nearby. 69p/litre!
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Krizzo310 m ago

Cheap


And illegal.
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Krizzo354 m ago

Only if you get caught


Sometimes I'm ashamed of the people I share this planet with (annoyed).
srp11124th Feb

I was told it's equivalent to shell v max. Same additives


I doubt it.
Cannot understand why anyone would buy a car that required this stuff.
termite1st Mar

Cannot understand why anyone would buy a car that required this stuff.


A diesel still makes sense if one is doing 20k miles+/year.
m5rcc36 m ago

A diesel still makes sense if one is doing 20k miles+/year.

"This car runs on filthy fuel but we tone it down a bit by selling you another chemical to spray at the emissions". I would just walk out the showroom.
termite2 m ago

"This car runs on filthy fuel but we tone it down a bit by selling you …"This car runs on filthy fuel but we tone it down a bit by selling you another chemical to spray at the emissions". I would just walk out the showroom.


Sure it's filthy, but no one really cares about that enough to warrant avoid a diesel. Sales have only dropped now and current owners are now starting to sell purely because of the financial cost of maintenance, rather than the environmental and/or health issues.
m5rcc23 h, 32 m ago

Sure it's filthy, but no one really cares about that enough to warrant …Sure it's filthy, but no one really cares about that enough to warrant avoid a diesel. Sales have only dropped now and current owners are now starting to sell purely because of the financial cost of maintenance, rather than the environmental and/or health issues.


I know of plenty of people who avoid diesel because it is filthy.
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termite3 h, 1 m ago

I know of plenty of people who avoid diesel because it is filthy.


Yeah, it's horrible if you get it on your hands or shoes - but if it's a Euro6 diesel using this stuff you'll get diesel mpg but with relatively clean exhaust emissions.

Wife just traded in her old 1.5 litre diesel Fiesta (55+mpg) for a 1 litre petrol Fiesta (35mpg in same use). That's a lot of extra fuel for the sake of being 'clean'.
Edited by: "Besford" 4th Mar
termite1 h, 20 m ago

I know of plenty of people who avoid diesel because it is filthy.


Perhaps you do, but it's not going to be the main reason why a diesel car is now avoided: money talks.
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