Idemitsu Lubricants America Introduces New ATF and CVTF Products
Idemitsu Lubricants America introduced three new products at the 2018 AAPEX Show at the Sands Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.
These new innovative OEM formulated Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF) and Continuous Variable Transmission Fluids (CVTF) will bring the number of Idemitsu’s full line of vehicle specific ATF and CVTF products to 12, covering virtually every Asian transmission available in the American market.
Multi-vehicle ATFs were introduced so quick-lubes and shops wouldn’t have to carry multiple lines of transmission fluids. However, a blanket solution like a multi-vehicle ATF is no longer a satisfactory solution due to the differentiation in OEM transmission fluid specifications. Often times, performance and longevity is compromised by manufacturers in order to be able to claim it is a multi-vehicle product.
|CVTF Type N3|
For Nissan and Infinity vehicles equipped with XTRONIC continuously variable transmissions requiring the use of CVTF NS-3 SP-IV
|CVTF Type TLS-FE|
For Toyota, Lexus and Scion vehicles equipped with continuously variable transmissions requiring the use of CVTF FE SP-IV
|ATF Type HK4|
For Hyundai, Kia and Mitsubishi vehicles with automatic (non-CVT) transmissions that require the use of ATF
OEM Specific Formulas
Idemitsu ATF and CVTF products are exclusively designed to meet the unique needs of specific vehicle transmission applications. They are precisely engineered to match OEM friction materials and exact viscosity requirements for “dialed-in” performance, smoother shifting, anti-shudder durability, oxidation durability and deposit control.
In addition to the new products, Idemitsu Lubricants America is pleased to announce that four of the most popular Idemitsu transmission products are now available in convenient 5-quart bottles.
About Idemitsu Lubricants America
Idemitsu began supplying lubricants in the United States in the late 1970s and built the state-of-the-art blending facility in Jeffersonville, IN in 1992 to meet increased production demands. Idemitsu Lubricants America (ILA) has sales offices in Detroit and Los Angeles, and has continued to expand its business in the United States and worldwide. It is the eighth largest lubricant manufacturer globally with over a century of unsurpassed quality, innovation and superior product development.