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    What do you recommend for an 03 plate 325 ti sport on 110000 miles?
     
     

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    You need an oil that meets the BMW LL01 or LL04 specification. Our selection can be found through the link below

    BMW Engine Oil: Longlife-01 LL01 LL-01
    BMW Engine Oil: Longlife-04 LL04 LL-04

    The oils are all good oils as they need to be to meet the BMW specification, so take your pick based on any price/brand preference you have, although if it burns at lot of oil, go for one of the 5w-40s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oilmansi View Post
    The oils are all good oils as they need to be to meet the BMW specification, so take your pick based on any price/brand preference you have, although if it burns at lot of oil, go for one of the 5w-40s.
    Thought 5W-40 was the best oil anyway for UK? What's 10W-60 for?
     
     

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    Pretty much all post 2000 M-series other than the F10 M5.

    The 'best' grade for the UK depends on the car and what you want from the oil really. With a non M-series, a 0w-30 or 5w-30 is the best option for fuel economy (although there is very little difference in fuel economy based on the oil) or a 5w-40 is a better option if the car burns a lot of oil or if getting a lot of hard use.

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