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Diesel choice

Wondering particularly for the down under brigade which diesel fuel are people using
Is Bp ultimate any better
Real world fuel consumption ?
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I use BP Ultimate and find the engine so smooth; must admit I've not tried RON91 or 95 yet. I read somewhere 98 keeps the engine in good condition.
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Mines Unleaded but I only use BP ultimate 98 as well.

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Not from down under, but from my experience so long as you're not using cheap fuel they're all fairly standard across the board...
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I'm sure that the manual tells you what the car needs. The X4 isn't a crazy performance car. Just go with whatever the norm is, I'm sure you'll be fine.



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Hi,


I did a lot of research before I collected my X4 35d and have only used BP Ultimate Diesel and very happy with performance.


With an added OBD2 Performance Chip, the X4 35d FLIES. Warranty isn't an issue as it only takes less than 1 minute to remove the chip from the OBD2 port if car has to visit BMW.


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I use shell but not premium..


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Mines Unleaded but I only use BP ultimate 98 as well.
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