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Castrol Edge Longlife 4L Engine Oil 4 Litres 5W30 Fully Synthetic Titanium FST £24.99 delivered @ eBay / Eurocarparts
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Castrol Edge Longlife 4L Engine Oil 4 Litres 5W30 Fully Synthetic Titanium FST £24.99 delivered @ eBay / Eurocarparts

£24.99£38.6135%eBay Deals
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Posted 20th Feb
Great price for this - showing as £25.99 for a litre and £61.99 for 4 litres on the main ECP website but with the 35% off code makes them £18.19 1 litre or £43.39 for 4 litres.


Castrol EDGE 5W-30 LL gives you the confidence to demand maximum engine performance from todays latest technology, highly engineered engines that operate with tighter tolerances, requiring a high level of protection and low viscosity oils. Castrol EDGE 5W-30 LL: Maximises short and long term engine performance
Reduces engine deposits to help maximise engine response
Sustains maximum performance even when under pressure
Independently proven to Improve engine efficiency
Delivers unsurpassed levels of protection across a variety of driving conditions and temperatures
  • Castrol EDGE 5W-30 LL is suitable for use in automobile, gasoline and diesel engines where the manufacturer recommends an ACEA C3 specification 5W-30 lubricant.
  • Castrol EDGE 5W-30 LL is approved for use in vehicles that require a lubricant meeting
  • VW 504 00 / 507 00,
  • Porsche C30
  • MB-Approval 229.31/229.51 5W-30

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It's a great price but issue is most cars take 4.5/5 litres. So they force you to buy a 1 litre size on top of the 4 litre. The 1 litre is stupidly expensive. On eBay you can find 5l for around £28.
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It's a great price but issue is most cars take 4.5/5 litres. So they force you to buy a 1 litre size on top of the 4 litre. The 1 litre is stupidly expensive. On eBay you can find 5l for around £28.
adamderak20/02/2019 09:50

It's a great price but issue is most cars take 4.5/5 litres. So they force …It's a great price but issue is most cars take 4.5/5 litres. So they force you to buy a 1 litre size on top of the 4 litre. The 1 litre is stupidly expensive. On eBay you can find 5l for around £28.


You don't have to fill the oil to maximum.

Currently same price on Amazon with prime delivery.
Most rubbish oil for some reason cars always consume them
TLP33 m ago

You don't have to fill the oil to maximum.Currently same price on Amazon …You don't have to fill the oil to maximum.Currently same price on Amazon with prime delivery.


Good spot on Amazon, £8 delivery to NI otherwise
TLP20/02/2019 11:33

You don't have to fill the oil to maximum.Currently same price on Amazon …You don't have to fill the oil to maximum.Currently same price on Amazon with prime delivery.


Most modern cars require 4.5/5 litres as a minimum.
adamderak7 m ago

Most modern cars require 4.5/5 litres as a minimum.


True. I'm using this as a top up as opposed to a complete change.
adamderak1 h, 14 m ago

Most modern cars require 4.5/5 litres as a minimum.


If you car requires 4.5 litres and you change the oil yourself (or buy and ask your garage to have it changed), there's a chance you'll have a spare 0.5l from the last change - I know that purists may say otherwise, but unless you drive a F1 car there's a great chance your engine doesn't mind a top of from a different brand provided it's the same type of oil (in this case 5w30). Alternatively, if you need top-ups in between regular oil change service you can store it on a shelf and get a good quality oil much cheaper than if you went for the 1l bottles.
Bring back gallon size, at least you get 4.5 litre then. My little hatchback takes 3.75 litre but never needs that because there is always some oil that don't drain out fully. It takes about 3.4 litre.
my BMW take 6L - so I am happy to buy 2x , but this does not fit mine I need LL04 spec ! I always get Gulf oil when it's on offer from ECP which costs £13 for 4L
adamderak20/02/2019 12:12

Most modern cars require 4.5/5 litres as a minimum.


Do they? Top 10 best selling cars in 2018.

Ford Fiesta
Volkswagen Golf
Vauxhall Corsa
Nissan Qashqai
Ford Focus
Volkswagen Polo
MINI
Mercedes-Benz A Class
Ford Kuga
Kia Sportage

Considering most of these cars use use a 1.0l to 1.5l engine then I don't think "Most modern cars require 4.5/5 litres as a minimum"

Even the 1.5TSI in the Golf only requires 4.5l to fill it and 3.5l to minimum so 4l will be half way up. Mind if you have a bad engine you might want 8l as it will burn through 3.5l between services!

Maybe "Most modernolder cars require 4.5/5 litres as a minimum".
GAVINLEWISHUKD23/02/2019 16:52

Do they? Top 10 best selling cars in 2018.Ford FiestaVolkswagen …Do they? Top 10 best selling cars in 2018.Ford FiestaVolkswagen GolfVauxhall CorsaNissan Qashqai Ford FocusVolkswagen PoloMINIMercedes-Benz A ClassFord Kuga Kia SportageConsidering most of these cars use use a 1.0l to 1.5l engine then I don't think "Most modern cars require 4.5/5 litres as a minimum"Even the 1.5TSI in the Golf only requires 4.5l to fill it and 3.5l to minimum so 4l will be half way up. Mind if you have a bad engine you might want 8l as it will burn through 3.5l between services! Maybe "Most modern older cars require 4.5/5 litres as a minimum".


All the cars above are brand new. Most cars on the road are not brand new. Point 1.
Point 2. A very common engine is the vag 2.0tdi engine the LL ( long life) oil as in this post is for that vag engine.
The vag ( Volkswagen Audi Group) is found in most Skoda's, seat, Volkswagen, Audi's.
This engine uses more than 4l.
Could expand but think above is sufficient.
PS in EU Castrol oil is sold in 5L quantities.
adamderak23/02/2019 18:18

All the cars above are brand new. Most cars on the road are not brand new. …All the cars above are brand new. Most cars on the road are not brand new. Point 1.Point 2. A very common engine is the vag 2.0tdi engine the LL ( long life) oil as in this post is for that vag engine.The vag ( Volkswagen Audi Group) is found in most Skoda's, seat, Volkswagen, Audi's.This engine uses more than 4l.Could expand but think above is sufficient.PS in EU Castrol oil is sold in 5L quantities.


Only the Golf features in the top 10 cars for several years. You have to go back to 2012 for a car with an engine of any reasonable size (BMW 3 series). Also how many of those Golfs are 2.0tdi varients? At 7 years old are they still modern?

So they have reduced pack sizes as cars in general have less oil capacity, rather than just increase the price.

Edit:
Hang on a second. The VW 2.0tdi takes 4.3l or 4.5l depending on filter. So a 4l can will be fine anyway.
Edited by: "GAVINLEWISHUKD" 23rd Feb
GAVINLEWISHUKD23/02/2019 18:34

Only the Golf features in the top 10 cars for several years. You have to …Only the Golf features in the top 10 cars for several years. You have to go back to 2012 for a car with an engine of any reasonable size (BMW 3 series). Also how many of those Golfs are 2.0tdi varients? At 7 years old are they still modern?So they have reduced pack sizes as cars in general have less oil capacity, rather than just increase the price.Edit:Hang on a second. The VW 2.0tdi takes 4.3l or 4.5l depending on filter. So a 4l can will be fine anyway.


Takes 4.3l or 4.5l so 4l is fine. Running a car under the recommended level oil is not the smartest move is it
As far as I can recall it's Castrol have always sold it in 4l quantities.
Edited by: "adamderak" 23rd Feb
adamderak21 m ago

Takes 4.3l or 4.5l so 4l is fine. Running a car under the recommended …Takes 4.3l or 4.5l so 4l is fine. Running a car under the recommended level oil is not the smartest move is itAs far as I can recall it's Castrol have always sold it in 4l quantities.


There is no "recommend". Minimum is 3.3l or 3.5l and maximum is 4.3l or 4.5l. So 4l will be 50% and 70% respectively up the dipstick.
Also as you are unlikely to get every drop of oil out, there is likely going to be 100ml+ or so still in the engine already.
tariq387720th Feb

Most rubbish oil for some reason cars always consume them


Have been using 5w40 Castrol Edge in my Peugeot 406 hdi for 6 years. Never needed to top-up between oil changes & I do them every 10000 miles.
4 litres perfect for my 58 plate 2.0 tdi (pd). 3.8l capacity
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