Seems good to me,, however oil
is clever stuff keeping moving parts apart,, cheap oils can only do this for a limited period of time,, and fall off of performance can start seriously after 1000 miles of use, starting your Kangoo in the winter with a cheap oil
wont do the engine any good,, but perhaps its garaged which is a help,, Your oil
may be at the top end of none synthetics. I must admit your attention to your kangoo is quite special and I assume its a diy job so no labour costs. I pay about £30 for fully synthetic oil
,, you wont pay much different over 3 times more changes adding flushing oil
. Gummed up rings come from cheap oil
and poor services,, but your flushing will stop that no doubt if it were cheap,,, cheap.
The proof of the pudding is undeniable,, and you are successful I assume,, so am I.. Gone are the days when it was diy for me, my good independant looks after me. Great vehicle the Kangoo, I dont like the new one as much,, I tried it,, noisy more so I thought, even if it looks better and is bigger,, but perhaps thats me getting old. To old!