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20w-50 Engine Oil

MotorNuts stock top quality 20w-50 mineral oil which is specified for older vehicles as well as some plant and agricultural machinery.

To check which specification engine oil is required for your vehicle we recommend you use our registration look up above, or check your hand book or ask one of our expert team for advice.

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Millers Classic Sport High Performance Fully Synthetic 20w50 Engine Oil

Product code: 7911GCT
This high performance oil is the world’s finest SAE 20w50 fully synthetic multigrade engine oil uniquely engineered for classic performance racing incorporating our nanodrive package.
  • £53.95

Millers Classic Mini Oil 20w50 Engine Oil

Product code: 7914GCT
A moderate detergent premium multigrade mineral engine and gear oil. Designed for when the engine and gearbox share the same oil such as original Mini, and gearbox applications specifying an engine oil.
  • £31.98

Millers Classic Pistoneeze 20w50 Engine Oil

Product code: 7913GCT
Rating: 5.0 of 5
This product is a moderate detergent premium multigrade mineral engine oil. Primarily desgined for pre 1980 vehicles, both petrol and diesel, which were developed on the multigrade oils of their time.
  • £32.99

Millers Classic Sport Semi Synthetic 20w50 Engine Oil

Product code: 7912GCT
This product is a high performance SAE 20w50 semi synthetic multigrade engine oil. Made with enhanced performance additives and shear stable viscosity index improvers in synthetic and mineral base. It is formulated with full ZDDP (zinc/­phosphorus).
  • £39.95

Castrol classic is the name synonymous with or pre-1980 classic cars and motorcycles. Their 20w-50 conventional multi-grade offers excellent oil consumption.

Having the right 20w-50 engine oil in your car is like taking your daily vitamins and your 5 a day – it keeps your vehicle running the best it can. Good quality engine oils lubricate, clean and help manage heating and cooling.

 Ever wondered what the ‘w’ and numbers means? The number before the w refers to how the oil performs at cold temperatures and the number after the W is viscosity at high temperatures. The lower the number, the thinner the oil and more easily it flows.