Shell Helix Ultra Professional AF 5W30 5Ltr Fully Synthetic Oil Just £14.99 delivered (with code) @ eurocarparts
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Shell Helix Ultra Professional AF 5W30 5Ltr Fully Synthetic Oil Just £14.99 delivered (with code) @ eurocarparts

Mod & Ed 95
Mod & Ed
Found 29th Apr 2016
rrp is £40+, they seem to have it for £19.99 - £21.99 normally, but if you use code HOLIDAY25 it brings it down to £14.99 Del, thought that a decent price for this oil.
Shell Helix Ultra Professional AF 5W-30 5Ltr

The Shell Helix Professional portfolio is a range of lubricants designed specifically to meet individual vehicle manufacturers’ specifications to give you reassurance you are using the right product for your vehicle.

Shell Helix Ultra Professional AF 5W-30 for petrol and diesel engines is approved against the technically challenging in-house Ford engine oil specifications WSS-M2C913-C and WSS-M2C913-D. In gaining approval for this specification, Shell Helix Ultra Professional AF 5W-30 was required to pass an extensive range of performance tests.

With Shell Helix Ultra Professional AF, you are using a lubricant that is specially tailored to your vehicle so it can offer better value than the multipurpose, one-size-fits-all oils on the market.

95 Comments

Would this be ok for an Audi that takes 5w30 even if it states Ford?

Yes it will be fine .

about time they did a deal on the 5w40 instead of the 5w30 all the bloody time

ili

Would this be ok for an Audi that takes 5w30 even if it states Ford?



It will be fine as long as you don't leave it for stupidly extended milage as per VAG servicing..
Can't believe that people actually leave their oil for 20k miles..

sab

It will be fine as long as you don't leave it for stupidly extended … It will be fine as long as you don't leave it for stupidly extended milage as per VAG servicing..Can't believe that people actually leave their oil for 20k miles..


Because they
a. eventually take it to VAG and willingly pay £150+ for service
b. don't care as they sell car
c. don't understand what oil does

Personaly I would check the A and C nos or change oil more often

Would this be suitable for Peugeot 207 1.4 Vti? Peugeot recommend Total Quartz 5W30 Ineo ECS, but this tends to cost twice the price of Shell oil.

ili

Would this be ok for an Audi that takes 5w30 even if it states Ford?



Not the correct spec, will work but I'd not do it.

Any good for citroen c5 2.0 diesel 2011

Was just looking at some of this the other day for a 2008 2.2 D4D Rav4

Original Poster Mod & Ed

pitbullmern

about time they did a deal on the 5w40 instead of the 5w30 all the bloody … about time they did a deal on the 5w40 instead of the 5w30 all the bloody time



The code does take 25% off nearly everything, so may be worth having a look on site

I can only seem to order this and be charged DHL £5,95 delivery, I dont know if this just because Im in Wales, but I dont really see why that should be. Even if I order just a filter it still asks me to use DHL as only option

Original Poster Mod & Ed

Abbadon2001

I can only seem to order this and be charged DHL £5,95 delivery, I dont … I can only seem to order this and be charged DHL £5,95 delivery, I dont know if this just because Im in Wales, but I dont really see why that should be. Even if I order just a filter it still asks me to use DHL as only option



Is your postcode on page 187 of this link HERE it seems they charge £5.95 for some remote areas more info here

sab

It will be fine as long as you don't leave it for stupidly extended … It will be fine as long as you don't leave it for stupidly extended milage as per VAG servicing..Can't believe that people actually leave their oil for 20k miles..



​like to change my oil every year regardless of mileage

Would this be okay for a Mercedes Vito 109 cdi 2009 2.2 diesel?

sab

It will be fine as long as you don't leave it for stupidly extended … It will be fine as long as you don't leave it for stupidly extended milage as per VAG servicing..Can't believe that people actually leave their oil for 20k miles..




PD Vag cars are fine On 20k with the correct Castrol Edge 5-30 oil, it has to be 507 spec

I LIKE TO USE THIS AS A REPLACEMENT FOR OLIVE OIL ON MY SALADS !!!

Super HOT deal. Thank you for posting.

shell.co.uk/mot…tml Good little site my mates just told me about.

This is AF. According to that I need AM-L Does anyone know what these mean? And the other 6 codes?

Edited by: "Adam2050" 29th Apr 2016

Great find.thanks.

5w30 AF:-

ACEA A5/B5; Ford WSS-M2C913-C; Jaguar Land Rover STJLR.03.5003

Do NOT put this in your Peugeot,/Citroen HDI - especially if you have a FAP/DPF equipped engine.

You require Shell AM-L or another C3 spec oil.

Just wondering if this oil would be suitable for a bmw e46 325ci 2004.. Mileage 80,000.
Much appreciated..

desi.sandhu

Just wondering if this oil would be suitable for a bmw e46 325ci 2004.. … Just wondering if this oil would be suitable for a bmw e46 325ci 2004.. Mileage 80,000.Much appreciated..


Premium Helix Ultra Professional AM-L 5W-30
Alternative Helix Ultra ECT 0W-30
Alternative Helix Ultra ECT C3 5W-30

ok for a 330d e92?

What would it be for a Toyota Corolla diesel? And what oil filter and filter?

danny-mac

Would this be okay for a Mercedes Vito 109 cdi 2009 2.2 diesel?



​No. you have a dpf and should use a low ash oil. The Vito takes 9 litres. Mercedes only charge 20 quid plus vat for 5l or 60 for 20l. worth buying 20l as it will cover you for 2 oil changes

...manufacturer specific oil. This old chestnut again.

The numbers matter but there truly truly is no such thing as "manufacturer specific" oil.

Too many experts on here, prob the same people claiming gold-plated HDMI cables and diamond tipped razors are worth it as well.

If the numbers match the correct viscosity for your car you are fine. That's all she wrote.

And if you disagree then please publish *ANY* scientific evidence that says a BMW combustion engine required a different oil "type" from a Mercedes combustion engine.

Any evidence, anywhere in the world.

AntDB74

​No. you have a dpf and should use a low ash oil. The Vito takes 9 l … ​No. you have a dpf and should use a low ash oil. The Vito takes 9 litres. Mercedes only charge 20 quid plus vat for 5l or 60 for 20l. worth buying 20l as it will cover you for 2 oil changes



​The 109 won't have a DPF (providing it's the 646 engine) and will be fine on 15w40 semi synthetic (MB228.3). Merc are actually pretty cheap for the 5l tubs of oil, and you know it's the correct spec. 8.75 litres will do you nicely (providing you remove the oil filter before the sump plug).

FYI 19% TCB

Thanks for that , just purchased through Topcashback and got £2.83 , great saving.

would this be ok for my deep fat fryer? i
fancy some home made chips some time next week.

Will this be suitable for civic diesel 07

theroman

FYI 19% TCB



I think it would be better to use the code DISCOUNT20 if you're using TCB. TCB says you can double up savings with the code above.

sab

It will be fine as long as you don't leave it for stupidly extended … It will be fine as long as you don't leave it for stupidly extended milage as per VAG servicing..Can't believe that people actually leave their oil for 20k miles..



Heh, if I was leasing/PCP'ing the car for less than three years I would not give a toss.

it's been at this kind of price on carparts4less for a while, I ordered it for £15.52 including delivery last week - found a discount code somewhere on the internet, and also got topcashback of 2.1% as well!

Good spotting. The packaging is prettier than the 15 quid stuff I get from home bargains each year.

cliosport65

​like to change my oil every year regardless of mileage



​every year or at most 10k miles whichever comes sooner... if you care about your car

Any idea if this will be suitable for an 05 Mazda 3. I think I've used 5w30 before.

stevenfeeney

And if you disagree then please publish *ANY* scientific evidence that … And if you disagree then please publish *ANY* scientific evidence that says a BMW combustion engine required a different oil "type" from a Mercedes combustion engine. Any evidence, anywhere in the world.


As you are so sure......please provide us all with scientific evidence to back up your claim. Thank you.

marty-401

As you are so sure......please provide us all with scientific evidence to … As you are so sure......please provide us all with scientific evidence to back up your claim. Thank you.



That's the way science works...I have to prove the negative...

X)

I would need to provide evidence for every combination of vehicle engine and every oil variation.

I am asking you to prove ONE. The burden sits with you. Until then *any* suitable oil with the requisite safety certification and the correct viscosity will work in any car engine.
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