TOTAL launches trade range under ELF brand

Published:  05 February, 2018

TOTAL has launched a new automotive trade range consisting of six new lubricants under the brand ELF SPORTI.

The ELF SPORTI range complements TOTAL’s existing premium range of QUARTZ lubricants to offer core ‘meet the requirements’ statements for key independent aftermarket needs at competitive price points.
The full range includes:
•    SPORTI 9 C2/C3 5W-30
•    SPORTI 9 C3 5W-30
•    SPORTI 9 A5/B5 5W-30
•    SPORTI 9 Long Life 5W-30
•    SPORTI 9 5W-40
•    SPORTI 7 A3/B4 10W-40


ELF SPORTI is available now from TOTAL for bulk, 208-litre barrels and 20-litre packs, 5-litre packs and 1-litre packs.


www.total.co.uk

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