Can you use Castrol Transmax?

Castrol Transmax tranny oil can be safely used in most Honda, Nissan, Toyota and other similar imported vehicles. It is also safe to use in most domestic vehicle brands like Ford and General Motors.

Is Castrol Transmax import full synthetic?

Castrol Transmax Import Multi-Vehicle ATF Castrol Transmax ATF+4 is an advanced, full synthetic formulation designed for superior transmission life and superb low and high temperature performance.

What transmission fluid does Hyundai use?

ATF SP IV Automatic Transmission Fluid by AISIN®. This product is made of high-quality components to meet and exceed strict quality requirements.

What is CVT transmission fluid?

CVT fluid is a type of transmission fluid, meant for a continuously variable transmission system. Other names for CVT systems are single-speed, steeples, or pulley transmissions. The other type of transmission fluid is for an automatic transmission.

Is Synthetic ATF better?

Because of superior engineering, the synthetic fluid is better at lubricating your transmission and is able to sustain its viscosity in a broad temperature range. You can be assured that in using these synthetic fluids your vehicle will perform better, even in extreme temperature conditions.

Is Castrol Transmax compatible with Mercon V?

Castrol® Transmax™ Mercon®V promises exceptional thermal protection and promotes smooth shifting. Certified for use in all Ford vehicles that require Mercon® or Mercon®V.

Who makes Hyundai ATF?

RAVENOL ATF SP-IV Fluid is synthetic automatic transmission oil ATF on the basis of the latest technology of the HC/HT hydrocrack oils which is made for 6-stroke Hyundai automatic transmission.

Why is a CVT bad?

CVTs can be expensive to repair or replace when compared to a conventional automatic transmission. Some of the common problems that owners run into include overheating, slipping, and sudden loss of acceleration. Shuddering is also a common problem. CVTs are harder to work on.

How much does it cost to replace CVT fluid?

The transmission fluid used on a CVT is expensive and ranges from $15 to $30 a quart. The transmission’s capacity is 4 to 5 quarts. The labor to change the fluid can be from $70 to $110. If you add it all up, for between $120 to $260 you can prevent a major problem!