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Engine oil and Mediterranean holidays don’t always appear in the same sentence, but here you go. Purchase Shell Rimula engine oil and the “engine oil that works as hard as you” might well take you to on 5D4N trip to Barcelona, where you’ll gain a deep insight into the innovation-driven world of Shell lubricants – and see the beautiful, vibrant Spanish city too, of course.

The latest round of the 2019 Shell Rimula Ultimate Stopover Barcelona promotion is from now till June 30, and is open to customers who purchase any Shell Rimula heavy duty and light duty diesel engine oil product.

Last month, Shell launched a new range of Shell Rimula engine lubricants for diesel pick-up trucks and light duty trucks. The Shell Rimula Light Duty LD4 15W-40 (API CI-4) and LD5 10W-40 (API CK-4) Synthetic Technology are specially formulated to ensure optimum performance for trucks that operate in frequent stop-start and idling conditions while hauling heavy loads.

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As automakers compete with one another to pack in more and more features into their cars’ infotainment systems, the outcome is that audio/communication/entertainment/navigation (ACEN) systems turn out to contribute half of 10 most problematic issues faced by new car owners, as the J.D. Power 2019 UK Vehicle Dependability Study revealed.

The study measures the number of problems experienced per 100 vehicles (PP100), where a lower score indicates better performance. The study measures 177 symptoms in eight categories: vehicle exterior, driving experience, features/controls/displays (FCD), audio/communication/entertainment/navigation (ACEN), seats, heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), vehicle interior as well as engine and transmission.

This year’s study has found that the ACEN category charted a slight improvement over last year’s findings with an average of 16.6 problems per 100 vehicles overall, though issues with built-in Bluetooth, built-in voice recognition, navigation systems and poor radio reception meant that ACEN continues to be among the most problem-prone categories.

As automakers compete with one another to pack in more and more features into their cars’ infotainment systems, the outcome is that audio/communication/entertainment/navigation (ACEN) systems turn out to contribute half of 10 most problematic issues faced by new car owners, as the J.D. Power 2019 UK Vehicle Dependability Study revealed.

The study measures the number of problems experienced per 100 vehicles (PP100), where a lower score indicates better performance. The study measures 177 symptoms in eight categories: vehicle exterior, driving experience, features/controls/displays (FCD), audio/communication/entertainment/navigation (ACEN), seats, heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), vehicle interior as well as engine and transmission.

This year’s study has found that the ACEN category charted a slight improvement over last year’s findings with an average of 16.6 problems per 100 vehicles overall, though issues with built-in Bluetooth, built-in voice recognition, navigation systems and poor radio reception meant that ACEN continues to be among the most problem-prone categories.

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