9 months on, still using it and have never had a DPF problem, car is just coming up to 2 years old and car is now due its first service, must be good stuff.I've just been scribbling down some figures and was quite shocked by what I realised,
Current local price for Super Advanced Diesel is 139.9p per litre, this means for an example tank of 60L it would cost you £83.94,
basic diesel is currently 113.9p per Litre which is £68.34 for60L, so, super is at least £15.60 more expensive per tank, but, if you purchase the AR6900 D Max at £79.96 for 5 Litres (delivered) and based on 60ml per tank added per 60L of diesel it would cost you 96p to treat a 60L tank of diesel compared to the £15.60 extra cost of buying Super advanced diesel.
Needless to say,I've just ordered the additive!
I used to use only premium diesel at first and since switching to the AR6900 D Max additive and supermarket diesel I've not noticed any less mileage or power, so it appears to me to be as good as the premium diesels on sale.Does this additive really work? Do you see any improvements to mileage or power?
With that type of driving where you should never have any DPF / fuel dilution problems anyway and MPG is better anyway I would just put the normal stuff in as you won’t get any of the either the defined or supposed benefits of the premium stuff ;-)Thanks for everyone for their informative replies.
So - as a complete layman regarding engines - doing mainly motorway driving at 70mph (honest guv) - is it worth me buying the "super" diesel or standard?