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Which vehicles require AdBlue?

Which vehicles require AdBlue?

Many new Diesel vehicles need AdBlue, almost all modern diesel engines use it.

The list of manufactures models which require AdBlue is extensive and continually growing.

For HGV's the AdBlue storage tank is usually either adjacent to or on the opposite side of the vehicle to the fuel tank

A comprehensive list of all known passenger cars and vans which require AdBlue is available in an online guide which is featured on our website;

commercialfuelsolutions.co.uk/adblue-cars

The listings include which models for each manufacturer require AdBlue and for each of those vehicles details of its tank capacity, filler location and average consumption.

An example of the data which can be accessed via our website is below:

Make Model Tank Vol Filler Location Miles/ tank Miles/litre
Audi Q3 12 L Adjacent to fuel filler 8000 665
Citroen Berlingo 17 L Adjacent to fuel filler 12500 735
BMW X5 15 L Engine compartment on right 9000 600
Mercedes S Class 22 L Adjacent to fuel filler 9000 410
Jaguar XF 17 L Hatch, Top left of boot 8000 470

 

How much AdBlue do vehicles use?

Consumption varies greatly between vehicle types, engine size and usage. Average consumption figures are published within our online guide (above).

The guide which is regularly updated provides a comprehensive list of all known passenger cars and vans which require AdBlue, the information reflects both manufacturers guidance and results for our own extensive testing.

 

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