Shell Malaysia introduces new Shell Helix Professional engine oil

Shell Malaysia has introduced the new Shell Helix Professional range, specially tailored to meet the requirements and specifications of a select group of car engine manufacturers. The new Shell Helix Professional range is comprised of the Shell Helix Ultra Professional ABB 5W- 40 and Shell Helix HX7 Professional SN 5W-30.

Shell Lubricants, General Manager for Malaysia and Singapore, Nyon Kam Yew said that the new engine oil range enables the car manufacturers’ official service centres and specialist workshops to deliver more value via customised service packages to benefit their customers.

“With the new range of engine oil, these businesses can now incorporate a genuine, premium quality engine oil with proven performance from a trusted brand in special value service packages,” he said.

Developed for high-performance petrol and diesel engines, the fully synthetic Shell Helix Ultra Professional ABB 5W-40 is formulated with Shell’s proprietary PurePlus Technology and features a 99.5% pure base oil made from natural gas.

Both Shell Helix Ultra Professional ABB 5W-40 and Shell Helix HX7 Professional SN5W-30 will also feature Shell’s unique Active Cleansing Technology to keep the engine close to factory-clean and prevent deposit build-up, while providing excellent wear and corrosion protection, even under extreme operating conditions.

As a result, both lubricants offer enhanced fuel economy as well as sludge and wear protection to help keep maintenance costs low.

BMW Malaysia is the first premium car marque to introduce the Shell Helix Professional range into its service programme. Their latest engine oil service programme will now feature the Shell Helix Ultra Professional ABB 5W-40 to ensure a premium ownership experience for BMW owners in Malaysia.

Recently, Shell also added the new Shell Helix Power and Shell Helix Protect into their range of engine lubricants. Find out more about it here.


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