My Superb will do about 9K between fill ups.danbri12 said:
Oh! This is my first diesel car that's required adblue - I was fascinated as the dealer talked me through it. That's a really good steer for getting cheaper adblue. Thanks!Gizmo68 said:Find a petrol station that has adblue pumps (they will be by the HGV pumps) as it is FAR cheaper (69.9p per litre IIRC in Kent)
You will get a 1,500 mile warning when you get low, so nobody should ever get caught out and run out.Spongo said:It's a good idea to keep a spare litre in the boot (in a bag with gloves and funnel) as if it runs out I think the car will go into 'limp home' mode, this is what happens with Hgv's.
There are basically two methods used to manufacture AdBlue. The 'Hot-Melt' Virgin Urea production method is widely accepted across the industry as producing the highest purity grade of AdBlue. This is because it eliminates the risk of contamination during manufacture. The urea is in its 'virgin' liquid state when it is combined with the de-ionised water so there is no chance of contaminants being introduced during manufacture.Drew said:You also need to be careful which adblue you put in. We have a jag xe at work and someone put some cheap garage stuff in and the car didn't like it. Apparently there are subtle differences between brands and some manufacturers systems check