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Ad Blue 3.5L - £2 instore @ B&M
Ad Blue 3.5L - £2 instore @ B&M

Ad Blue 3.5L - £2 instore @ B&M

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Seen in B&M Lincoln presume it's national though.

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Thanks OP

not a bad price for pish blue

that's great

10 litres delivered came out under £9 last week on my deal so this is better

Original Poster

Your deal made me realise this was a deal! lol I don't even need adblue!

Is this the stuff I got charged £50+ at SEAT for a diesel car.

45p/L at our local Esso.

Weird that some new diesels need it and some don't.

windym

45p/L at our local Esso.



yep but until a fuel station local to us does that, we're stuffed

diabeticguy

Is this the stuff I got charged £50+ at SEAT for a diesel car.


Probably. If it has Selective Catalytic Reduction on the exhaust, it will use AdBlu.

TheUrbis

Weird that some new diesels need it and some don't.


It depends on the exhaust treatment and whether the car complies with Euro 5 or Euro 6 emission limits.

Good value

pwharley

It depends on the exhaust treatment and whether the car complies with … It depends on the exhaust treatment and whether the car complies with Euro 5 or Euro 6 emission limits.



Aye, I know. Mine is a 1.6 Eu6 diesel, zero road tax but doesn't use Ad Blue (or whatever the PSA equivalent is).

luvsadealdealdeal

yep but until a fuel station local to us does that, we're stuffed



Look also at the HGV self service sites (most now take debit cards and not just fuel cards only). The Ad-Blue are not high pressure pumps usually and if they are will be warning on them. Or ask the next HGV driver you see in a Renault or Volvo (they both been using Ad-Blue for years)
The price normally tracks around 40% of the cost per litre of Diesel.
Edited by: "cecilmcroberts" 3rd Jul

TheUrbis

Aye, I know. Mine is a 1.6 Eu6 diesel, zero road tax but doesn't use Ad … Aye, I know. Mine is a 1.6 Eu6 diesel, zero road tax but doesn't use Ad Blue (or whatever the PSA equivalent is).



Come Euro 7 I bet virtually every new Diesel will use it.
Cant help but think some manufacturers are using it as an "easy fix" rather than refining the engine further (an expensive re-design)

118luke

Come Euro 7 I bet virtually every new Diesel will use it.Cant help but … Come Euro 7 I bet virtually every new Diesel will use it.Cant help but think some manufacturers are using it as an "easy fix" rather than refining the engine further (an expensive re-design)



My thoughts exactly. The Hyundai "U" engine in my motor uses nothing other than diesel and still manages to be one of the cleanest engines around... Why aren't everyone else investing?

When I was driving hgv ten years or so ago adblue just came out I had a daf that needed it, went into a separate tank to the diesel, didn't know cars were using it now, do they have a separate tank aswell then?

little_landy

When I was driving hgv ten years or so ago adblue just came out I had a … When I was driving hgv ten years or so ago adblue just came out I had a daf that needed it, went into a separate tank to the diesel, didn't know cars were using it now, do they have a separate tank aswell then?


Yep my 2016 RR Sport uses it. Its in a tank under the bonnet.
Edited by: "118luke" 3rd Jul

Original Poster

I don't use it myself but I gather if you have a bright blue cap either under your bonet or located near your fuel tank it's likely to be adblue (or your windscreen washer )

good price, getting close to the 'pump price' there

Go to your local VW TPS they do AdBlue called quantum and it's good quality for all cars . Got to be careful and make sure it's good quality stuff other wise could cost £££££'so to repair

So this is like Redex then? How much should I put in per gallon of petrol?

Nooooooo, don't put it in fuel, only for use with specific diesel vehicles and goes in a separate tank, injects into exhaust, to assist 'cleaner' emissions
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