Shell Helix Ultra Professional AG Engine Oil - 5W-30 - 5ltr @eurocarparts
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Shell Helix Ultra Professional AG Engine Oil - 5W-30 - 5ltr @eurocarparts

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Found 11th Dec 2017
Perfect for the winter service

£16.74 delivered with code "SAVE33" and don't forget TCBb to make it cheaper

Shell Helix Ultra Professional AG Engine Oil - 5W-30 - 5ltrThe 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 AG 5W-30 is specifically designed and fully approved against the technically challenging General Motors oil specification+E2 dexos2TM applicable to the majority of Vauxhall vehicles. It has passed rigorous testing to gain this approval from GM (Vauxhall).

Shell Helix Professional AG 5W-30 is the result of years of technology collaboration and lubricant research between Shell and General Motors.

Shell Helix Ultra Professional AG passenger car motor oils are formulated using unique Shell PurePlus Technology, which, compared to traditional group II and group III base oils, provides enhanced viscosity, friction and volatility performance. Shell PurePlus Technology offers the opportunity to develop superior lubricants for the most advanced engines, achieving engine cleanliness not possible with lesser base oils.

This breakthrough process converts natural gas into a crystal-clear base oil with virtually none of the impurities found in crude oil. From that pure, clear base Shell add their proprietary Active Cleansing Technology to create a motor oil that helps provide superior cleansing and protection for today’s engines – protection that exceeds industry standards, keeping critical engine components cleaner.
  • ACEA C3; API SN
  • Approvals : GM (Vauxhall) specification GMW16177 (dexos2™) license GB2B0611014
  • Fully synthetic motor oil
  • UNSURPASSED SLUDGE PROTECTION Helps to protect engines from harmful deposits that hinder power and performance.
  • Shell’s ultimate active cleansing technology helps to protect high-performance engines from power- and performance-robbing deposits
  • EXCEPTIONAL TEMPERATURE PERFORMANCE Enhanced viscosity features mean faster oil flow in cold weather for quicker engine warm up.
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Thanks, ordered.
Nice, thanks.
My oil reminder came on today on my bmw so excellent timing
Heat added.
magough3 h, 51 m ago

Nice, thanks.My oil reminder came on today on my bmw so excellent timing …Nice, thanks.My oil reminder came on today on my bmw so excellent timing Heat added.


You need LL04 Approved oil such as Castrol Edge.
These guys didnt comply with their last offer of castrol magnetec at £13 last week. Was c&c and didn't tell until I got there.
Unfortunately there's a lot more to oil than viscosity these days. This is a great price and my car (Mazda) needs 5W-30 oil but to Ford specification - this is GM.
oh balls. i just ordered this yesterday from Amazon for £25
A company which tries to persuade people to remove negative comments from trustpilot by offering freebies.... No thanks.
marty-40118 m ago

A company which tries to persuade people to remove negative comments from …A company which tries to persuade people to remove negative comments from trustpilot by offering freebies.... No thanks.


Yes please, good customer service the second time around better than just a bad experience imho
Besford1 h, 37 m ago

Unfortunately there's a lot more to oil than viscosity these days. This …Unfortunately there's a lot more to oil than viscosity these days. This is a great price and my car (Mazda) needs 5W-30 oil but to Ford specification - this is GM.


Helix hx7 - Ford spec for Mazda is the same price.
Is this approved for a Seat Leon 2016 1.2 TSI?
ravi474 h, 14 m ago

You need LL04 Approved oil such as Castrol Edge.


Or LL01 if your car was manufactured before 2005.
moneysavingtom3 m ago

Is this approved for a Seat Leon 2016 1.2 TSI?


We have a winner!!!
Besford12th Dec

Unfortunately there's a lot more to oil than viscosity these days. This …Unfortunately there's a lot more to oil than viscosity these days. This is a great price and my car (Mazda) needs 5W-30 oil but to Ford specification - this is GM.


There really isn’t, this’ll do for any motor
bilbob12th Dec

We have a winner!!!


Don't get it..
Templar_10114th Dec 2017

Don't get it..


There's always someone who asks if the oil is suitable rather than look for themselves...

Every.
Single.
Oil.
Thread.
bilbob11 m ago

There's always someone who asks if the oil is suitable rather than look …There's always someone who asks if the oil is suitable rather than look for themselves...Every.Single.Oil.Thread.


Is it such a bad thing if members lead him/her to the info?
Not every one is equally capable of finding the info with a quick search...
Edited by: "Templar_101" 14th Dec 2017
lucas58 m ago

There really isn’t, this’ll do for any motor


Please, do explain. Why all the different standards/formulas then? I'm sure they'll 'do', but presumably won't 'do' as well in the long run.
Templar_10114th Dec 2017

Is it such a bad thing if members lead him/her to the info? Not every one …Is it such a bad thing if members lead him/her to the info? Not every one is equally capable of finding the info with a quick search...


It happens on every oil thread. Same comments, similar to car lease threads. How hard is it to google 'oil specification for XXXXXXX' that will give you the detail you need, then compare it to the post given.
I don't have any objection to helping someone who *can't* find the answer, I have an objection to someone asking for help who hasn't even tried to find out the answer themselves...
Besford1 h, 15 m ago

Please, do explain. Why all the different standards/formulas then? I'm …Please, do explain. Why all the different standards/formulas then? I'm sure they'll 'do', but presumably won't 'do' as well in the long run.


There’s not that many variations, and you can mix viscosities fine on fully synthetic. Manufacturers do tie in deals with oil companies hence all the jargon. Like the previous poster said, google is your friend.
lucas1 h, 58 m ago

There’s not that many variations, and you can mix viscosities fine on f …There’s not that many variations, and you can mix viscosities fine on fully synthetic. Manufacturers do tie in deals with oil companies hence all the jargon. Like the previous poster said, google is your friend.


I wasn't talking about viscosities - it's the other 'small print' standards. Especially important if you're trying to maintain your warranty while servicing outside the rip-off dealer network. In the end I got Mobil meeting Mazda (Ford) standards for £26 from Wilko.

Mazda dealer wanted £158 for 5 litres of Mazda oil (no, I couldn't believe it either!) and admitted they don't sell much or use it in their own workshop (they use Shell). I refused to pay £230 for an oil and filter change just because the 'electronic service record' had me over an (oil) barrel.

BTW: Mazda products and Mazda UK are both great but I'm afraid their crooked dealer(s) (I have evidence) let the whole thing down. Trusted local independent used materials I supplied and charged me £50 labour - Mazda UK added it to my service record. More hassle but I'd go 100 miles to keep my business away from my Mazda dealer's service department.
Besford44 m ago

I wasn't talking about viscosities - it's the other 'small print' …I wasn't talking about viscosities - it's the other 'small print' standards. Especially important if you're trying to maintain your warranty while servicing outside the rip-off dealer network. In the end I got Mobil meeting Mazda (Ford) standards for £26 from Wilko. Mazda dealer wanted £158 for 5 litres of Mazda oil (no, I couldn't believe it either!) and admitted they don't sell much or use it in their own workshop (they use Shell). I refused to pay £230 for an oil and filter change just because the 'electronic service record' had me over an (oil) barrel. BTW: Mazda products and Mazda UK are both great but I'm afraid their crooked dealer(s) (I have evidence) let the whole thing down. Trusted local independent used materials I supplied and charged me £50 labour - Mazda UK added it to my service record. More hassle but I'd go 100 miles to keep my business away from my Mazda dealer's service department.


Daylight robbery. How’re they going to know what specific oil you’ve used after a change? Don’t think you can do forensics on used oil
lucas2 h, 52 m ago

Daylight robbery. How’re they going to know what specific oil you’ve used a …Daylight robbery. How’re they going to know what specific oil you’ve used after a change? Don’t think you can do forensics on used oil


But at the end of the day I own the car which may be wearing out faster than it needs to. Didn't you consider that when suggesting you'd 'get one over' on the manufacturers?
Besford2 m ago

But at the end of the day I own the car which may be wearing out faster …But at the end of the day I own the car which may be wearing out faster than it needs to. Didn't you consider that when suggesting you'd 'get one over' on the manufacturers?


What do you mean?
Using a different brand of oil isn’t going to wear your engine out, there’s no nanobots or midiclorins in it and fully synthetic all comes from the same shell plant in the UAE. It lubricates your engine that is all.
lucas16 m ago

Using a different brand of oil isn’t going to wear your engine out, t …Using a different brand of oil isn’t going to wear your engine out, there’s no nanobots or midiclorins in it and fully synthetic all comes from the same shell plant in the UAE. It lubricates your engine that is all.


Err - no I don't think so. This isn't a supermarket petrol argument.

You'll find different 'versions' of the same brands of oils to meet different manufacturers' requirements. Presume it's in the additives or something. Long gone are the days when a can of Duckhams 20-50 did the job for anything.

I don't imagine they'll cause the car to blow up tomorrow but I don't think HUKD is the best place for advice on the second most expensive thing I own!
Besford13 m ago

Err - no I don't think so. This isn't a supermarket petrol …Err - no I don't think so. This isn't a supermarket petrol argument.You'll find different 'versions' of the same brands of oils to meet different manufacturers' requirements. Presume it's in the additives or something. Long gone are the days when a can of Duckhams 20-50 did the job for anything. I don't imagine they'll cause the car to blow up tomorrow but I don't think HUKD is the best place for advice on the second most expensive thing I own!


Lol you’re driving a Mazda anyway, the type of oil in it should be the least of your concerns
Besford12th Dec

Unfortunately there's a lot more to oil than viscosity these days. This …Unfortunately there's a lot more to oil than viscosity these days. This is a great price and my car (Mazda) needs 5W-30 oil but to Ford specification - this is GM.



I think the only difference is they print Ford or GM on the label.
lucas1 h, 2 m ago

Lol you’re driving a Mazda anyway, the type of oil in it should be the l …Lol you’re driving a Mazda anyway, the type of oil in it should be the least of your concerns


Yeah, you're right - when you drive one of the most reliable cars on the road you need to search hard to find something to worry about!
Will this be alright for golf mk5 se 1.9tdi 180k miles???
An if it's possible to tell me wich oil filter should I choose from this website
I need to replace my turbo and somebody told me that I need engine oil and filter too
Edited by: "danflorin3" 15th Dec 2017
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