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Motul MERCEDES BENZ SPECIFIC 229.51 5W-30 Gasoline and Diesel oil for EURO IV engines 100% Synthetic - 5 Litres

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About Motul MERCEDES BENZ SPECIFIC 229.51 5W-30 Gasoline and Diesel oil for EURO IV engines 100% Synthetic - 5 Litres

Gasoline and Diesel oil for EURO IV engines 100% Synthetic

Specifically designed for Mercedes-Benz recent cars fitted with EURO IV engines that require "Mid SAPS" lubricants : low Sulphur (< 0.2%), low Phosphorus (< 0.08%) and low Sulphated Ashes (<0.8%).
Refer to carmaker oil specification.

Benefits of Motul MERCEDES BENZ SPECIFIC 229.51 5W-30 Gasoline and Diesel oil for EURO IV engines 100% Synthetic

Engines compliant with EURO IV anti pollution regulation are fitted with sensitive systems for exhaust gas post treatment :
- Sulphur and Phosphorus inhibit catalytic convertors operation and can damage catalytic components : inefficient exhaust gas treatment.
- Sulphated Ashes clog diesel particulate filters : shorten regenerating cycle, higher fuel consumption and engine power loss.
Mercedes-Benz developed MB 229.51 standard for Mid SAPS lubricants (low Sulphur, Phosphorus
and Sulphated Ashes) compatible with post treatment systems. Those oils allow reaching flexible drain intervals managed by computer on board.

RECOMMENDATION
Drain interval : refer to manufacturers’ recommendations and tune to your own use.
Do not mix with lubricants not MB 229.51 compliant.

Specifications and Manufacturer Approvals

  • Specifications / Approvals
    • Mercedes Benz 229.51

Tech Data for Motul MERCEDES BENZ SPECIFIC 229.51 5W-30 Gasoline and Diesel oil for EURO IV engines 100% Synthetic

Viscosity grade SAE J 300 5W-30
Density at 20°C (68°F) ASTM D1298 0.848
Viscosity at 100°C (212°F) ASTM D445 12.1 mm²/s
Viscosity at 40°C (104°F) ASTM D445 72.6 mm²/s
Viscosity index ASTM D2270 164
Pour point ASTM D97 -39°C / -38°F
Flash point ASTM D92 234°C / 453°F
TBN ASTM D 2896 8.0 mg KOH/g

Carriage Costs for Motul MERCEDES BENZ SPECIFIC 229.51 5W-30 Gasoline and Diesel oil for EURO IV engines 100% Synthetic

We have carriage rates to UK mainland from as little as £3.00 (inc VAT) using our saver rate on orders less than 1kg, with our most common courier rate set at £4.99 for orders of 5kg (enough for 5 litres of oil).

We've kept costs as low as we can and shipping is free for orders of £100 and over, regardless of the weight of your order. Carriage charges are based on weight - please see our table of carriage costs for full details.

How long will it take to get my order?

When placing an order with Opie Oils, we'll do all we can to get your order to you as quickly as possible. The vast majority of items are held in stock and dispatched from our UK warehouse. UK delivery will take less than 7 working days (i.e. Monday to Friday inclusive), unless we contact you to advise otherwise. In 90% of cases, delivery is made well before this, and priority ordering is also available ( Click here for more details ). In case of Bank Holidays please allow an extra working day.

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Motul MERCEDES BENZ SPECIFIC 229.51 5W-30 Gasoline and Diesel oil for EURO IV engines 100% Synthetic-
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