3Nulon Full Synthetic 5W-30 / 5W-40 Long Life

Nulon Full Synthetic 5W-30 / 5W-40 Long Life

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3Nulon Full Synthetic 5W-30 / 5W-40 Long Life

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33 reviews
LazzaSydney, NSW7 posts


I've been using Nulon 5W-30 Full Synthetic Long Life oil in my FG Falcon XR6 since I bought it in 2015. It's the perfect match as the engine runs like the proverbial sewing machine, so quiet, smooth and clean. Hardly any oil is burnt in 10,000 km, which indicates that it's keeping engine wear and tear at bay.

I see where it has recently been replaced by Nulon Apex+ 5W-30, which basically seems an upgraded version of the old oil. I now use this oil with the same great results. It's also nice to know that it's made here by an Australian company.

My advice is to buy it when it's on special as it can be significantly discounted, and put it away for the time when an oil change is due. This is particularly true for the 6-litre container. Show details

Paul T.
Paul T.

The Best for my HIGH mileage Ve commodore 3.6L

Engine is around 315,000 and rounds nicely. No noises, rattles nothing. Oil stays clean for a long time.
When I used Penrite Enviro+ GF-5 5W-30 Engine Oil (I think it was, not 100%) the engine would rattle on start up and sound tappety. The ride wasn`t as nice either.
So for me, I will only run Nulon Full Synthetic 5W-30 in my high mileage VE commodore 3.6 ltr. Its on gas too, runs well on both gas and fuel with the nulon oil. Show details
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Marin K.Greater Melbourne (Inner), VIC2 posts
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Tony O
Tony OSouth East Queensland, QLD4 posts

Only use Nulon for my Honda CR-V 2.4 I-VTEX

I have been using Nulon with Dexos for several years in my 2002 Honda CR-V Every 10,000 ks. Now up to 230,000 ks and still runs like new. Make sure you get the 'Dexos' as it's recommended by Honda. Show details
joshSydney Surrounds, NSW32 posts

Over rated oil

Dropped oil pressure immediately and ran hotter, the company has gone backward since being sold Show details
Des O'Neill
Des O'NeillSouth East Queensland, QLD3 posts

I am giving it a try

I have a 2007 BMW X3 3.0d with 150,000k on the clock. This car also has a DPF filter. I thought I would give Nulon a try. It was also on sale at Supercheap. The Mann oil filter and oil has been replaced every 10,000k since I have owned my X3. (100,000K over 5 years ago). I have to be careful to cloose an oil which is suitable for DPF filters. I will see how it goes in my X3 and report in the future.
Mr L
Mr LSouth East Queensland, QLD30 posts

Oil that pays for itself

Nulon long life burns less oil, gives greater fuel economy and leaves the internals cleaner on my 2003 Corolla than most oils I have used. You really wouldn't guess the mileage it has... This oil certainly saves more money than it initially costs over the service life, so ends up being cheaper overall than budget oils. Many oil reviews seem to be based on false impressions or make unbelievable claims, but I have nearly 30 years experience as a family mechanic and know my vehicles inside out. Literally. I still recommend changing oil well before the maximum service interval. This is a maximum, not a suggestion, which the oil packaging may seem to imply. Show details
Doug Mellows
Doug MellowsSydney, NSW3 posts

Best full synthetic for the money

Use it in a 3.6 VF Commodore.
Changed every 10000km. As I will give the a flogging on the track it can be as low as 6000 change.
The oil holds up just fine as a good full synthetic should.
I buy it in 20ltr volumes at a time (as per price below) but will be looking at 200litre purchases in future Show details
Ricardo Escobar
Ricardo EscobarSouth East Queensland, QLD11 posts

I can't try anything else but nulon

I spend 14 years driving a Holden Commodore VT and I sold it with 327K on the clock, never burn or leak a drop of oil, have a high compression reading by the time of selling it for his ages.
Since that time I only use Nulon 5W-30 on my VE Berlina and now on VE Calais V serie ll.
yes is a bit priced but doing the service every 7.5K km., I believed in the benefit of long engine life.
I'm happy with Nulon performance since 1998 up to day on my cars. cheers Show details
SteveNSW, 2019118 posts

Works well. Reline oil is far better but 3 times the price

Love the oil price.

Wish it came in a few other grades for same price

No problems with it. On a toytota aristo 2JZ GE

With 160k on it. Smoothe as silk and cant tell if its even running

Castrol synthetic not as good. Twice the price.

But redline synthetic is far better still. But cost a lot more.

Love the flashlight promo . Its worth a few bucks

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Best oil ever

Been using Nulon fully synthetic oil for decides. At 15000 km oil still hindu coloured. Believe this brand of oil is best in the market. Never burns black within 15000 km. Great oil and is paten specialed under $40. Also believe engine runs smoother and gives improved petrol consumption. Car rated at 10.5 litres per 100 km but I can get 9.5.

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kkbajaj7 posts

Best engine oil

cant fault the oil at all. its the best oil i have ever used even better than castrol and shell helix. i change the engine oil around 12 to 13 thousand k's and the oil not even fully black. Will continue using it. I highly recommend this oil. give it a go and you wont be disappointed.

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Edy S
Edy SPerth, WA34 posts

The best engine oil for my cars

Bought the 6L for $60 from Supercheap Auto. Used it on both my honda accord and toyota echo. Noticed less ping on the Honda and increased engine performance on the toyota echo. I've previously used Honda engine oil and can feel the improve engine performance on the Honda. Highly recommended this oil.

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acePerth, WA23 posts

Great full synthetic for diesel

I use this in a jeep kk and a izuzu d-max and its great value for money for an Aussie product especially the 10l that is normally on special at super cheap auto. I've tired other oils but Nulon seem better with engine noise and fuel economy even after 10k. They do make 2 different types of this oil so be careful which one you pick or need.

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Questions & Answers

LOBO · Full Synthetic 5W-30

Anyone else using in their ford

earldanaocastillo · Full Synthetic 5W-30

Does anybody tried or uses Nulon apex+5w-30 long life dexos1gen2 for their 2016 holden trax?

rick2 · Full Synthetic 5W-30 / 5W-40 Long Life

CAN Nulon Apex+ 5W-40 Long Life Engine Oil 10 Litre be used in a PAJERO 2010 NT 3.2 DIESEL ?

Marin K.
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