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Gazellio
 


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They are different....

1st one is AF & 2nd is AF-L

Both suitable. Thumbs Up

(I have made that clearer now Smile )
  
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Great links, many thks Martin

Have gone over to millers and think it’s just me as the engine feels smoother and quieter , also a mahle fuel filter

Amazon £55.50 for 7 x litres , got an extra 1 x litre to keep in the landy

Thks again Thumbs Up

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Millers-Oils-Long...amp;sr=1-7


   
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Shouldn't that have been XF Longlife?
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Hiya

I did look in the millers web site

This is the spec of that oil ,ref 7706

USER BENEFITS
Millers Oils NANODRIVE Low Friction Technology provides the following benefits:

A reduction in friction of up to 53% providing a reduction in wear of up to 50% compared to other 5w30 ECO grades
The coefficient of friction reduces rapidly as the engine temperature rises, maximising fuel economy and reducing emissions accordingly
Protects against wear, extending engine component life
Overall running costs are reduced through lower fuel consumption and longer component life
Backwards compatible with the previous M2C913-B and M2C913-C specifications
PERFORMANCE PROFILE
ACEA A5 / B5
API SL, CF
Meets the requirements of Ford M2C913-D, M2C913-C, M2C913-B
Renault RN0700
Jaguar Land Rover STJLR 03.5003


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gstuart wrote:
Great links, many thks Martin

Have gone over to millers and think it’s just me as the engine feels smoother and quieter , also a mahle fuel filter

Amazon £55.50 for 7 x litres , got an extra 1 x litre to keep in the landy

Thks again Thumbs Up

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Millers-Oils-Long...amp;sr=1-7




Hi Gary,

I just looking to buy some oil now for Miss Moneypit. Was there a particular reason you went for the EE rather than the XF that I should consider? Seems the XF (Premium) is currently cheaper than the EE ( Nanodrive)

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Hiya

I think it was because if the reduced wear that I went for that one

Funny enough the EE at the time was more expensive than the XF , lol

Must admit the engine sounds quieter and smoother but could have just been me imagining it


Will be interesting to see what u think of the XF plse as an alternative to the EE

Many thks
   
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I emailed technical at Millers & asked the question given Moneypit is 14 years old, has 142K on it & does around 1500miles a year. They said go for the EE as like you say it has the low friction & is best for cold starts.

Given the way the car is used these days it rarely gets to temp because of short journeys I think i'll follow you & go for the EE when I can find some at a decent price.

Cheers n Gone Nick Thumbs Up
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Hi Skagg

That’s also good to know getting that advice from millers , thks for that Thumbs Up

Just also been looking for u , ref price

This is the lowest I’ve seen so far , I got 7 x litres so had a little bit extra is req

5 x litres £30.00

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Millers-Oils-EE...Swge1dly-U

Hope it helps and please let me know what u think, ref the quietness and how smooth the engine is as hopefully it’s not just me, thks
  

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This one does 6 x litres £52.00 ,

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Millers-Oils-NA...SwWGlZv7Lq

7x litres £55.00

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Millers-Oils-Long...amp;sr=1-7
   
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ok ... what is best C1 deal at the moment ? will check in the morning what I already have in the garage but pretty sure I just need about 4 litres so Halfrauds Comma 5 litres at £26.39 delivered is looking reasonable. (with tradecard Smile )
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price from one of Martin's links is better ... just looks a little too viscous to pour into engine. Whistle


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Hardware wrote:
ok ... what is best C1 deal at the moment ? will check in the morning what I already have in the garage but pretty sure I just need about 4 litres so Halfrauds Comma 5 litres at £26.39 delivered is looking reasonable. (with tradecard Smile )


That’s a really nice price (I did the euro conversion with today’s rate). I also bought some Comma the other day for a similar price from Germany but I think our oils are different - mine was xtech 5W-30 (2x XTC5L). The usual Shell oil wasn’t available.... their loss Mr. Green

I also got a few liters of Comma SX75W-90 (1x SX5L) for the differentials. Thumbs Up
  
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Re: Links to correct engine oils on AMAZON

Martin wrote:
The oil change capacity for the 2.7 TDV6 is 5.7 litres, 3.0 engines are 5.9 litres


Just looked in my (SDV6 3.0 l)handbook and it says 5.7 litres. will put the lesser volume in and see where it sits on the gauge in the morning. Very Happy
  
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Just seen this thread after a search. Would love to hear views on the Comma xtech as I have 6 litres sitting in the garage from a previous vehicle and about to do an oil change. Thanks.
  
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kajtzu
 


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Comma is a reputable vendor and their oil doesn’t seem any different from Mobil, Shell, Castrol, etc. that I’ve used in the past.

Edit: make sure the xtech that you’ve got suits your vehicle - mine is a V8 petrol but yours isn’t Thumbs Up
  
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