Full Synthetic Multi Vehicle Automatic Transmission Fluid

Full Synthetic Multi Vehicle Automatic Transmission Fluid

Nulon Full Synthetic Multi-Vehicle Automatic Transmission Fluid (SYNATF) is formulated with full synthetic base fluids and advanced additive technology to enhance fluid performance, wear protection and transmission durability. 

Nulon SYNATF uses the latest Multi-Vehicle Automatic Transmission Fluid technology that is suitable for most manufacturer requirements such as Allison C-4, Mercon® V, JASO 1-A, ATF+4 and many others. The fully synthetic formulation has improved oxidation stability, shear stability and friction durability to enhance transmission shift performance. 

SYNATF uses a unique friction modifier technology to give excellent anti-shudder performance with high torque capacity. It has passed extensive performance testing and vehicle testing for American, European, and Asian vehicles. It is suitable for use in Asia Pacific OEM automatic transmissions such as Toyota and Honda. 

SYNATF has simplified the complexity of many transmission fluid requirements to one product. It is compatible to many old and new transmissions while offering excellent wear protection, fluid durability, and better gear shift ability. For Automatic Transmissions that require low viscosity Automatic Transmission Fluid, use Nulon Full Synthetic Multi-Vehicle Low Viscosity Automatic Transmission Fluid. Part No: LVSYNATF.


  • Excellent oxidation resistance and improved cleanliness for long life and fluid durability
  • Superior anti wear performance to protect the transmission
  • Improved sludge and varnish control
  • Excellent low temperature and anti-shudder properties for better shift feel and drivability
  • Fortified anti corrosion properties for transmission component durability
  • Enhanced foam inhibition to prevent wear caused by oil aeration or foaming
  • Improved seal protection
  • Minimal friction changes with increasing temperature
  • Better torque capacity
  • Expanded anti-shudder properties for better driving experience
  • Outstanding friction durability performance over wide temperature
  • Four and five speed transmission
  • Automatic Transmission Fluid that requires Toyota T-IV or Honda ATF-Z1 performance
  • This ATF is not recommended for CVT, Mercedes Benz 7-speed, and Ford Type-F
  • Many types of Automatic Transmissions as recommended in the table below
Typical Characteristics: SYNATF
KV @ 100°C, cSt 7.000
KV @ 40°C, cSt 33.40
Viscosity Index 179
Density @ 15°C, g/mL 0.8514
Pour Point, °C -45

Due to continued product research and development the information contained in this Product Bulletin is subject to change without notification.

Avoid prolonged skin contact with used oils. Wear suitable gloves. If skin contact occurs wash immediately with soap and water. Prolonged and repeated contact with used oils may cause skin cancer. Protect the environment. Do not pollute drains, ground or water with used oils. Dispose of container as per local EPA guidelines. Do not use this container for fuel or solvents.

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Feedback: Full Synthetic Multi Vehicle Automatic Transmission Fluid , 28 May 2016 By Jason
I use this oil in a BMW 530i E61 2005 six speed ZF The car had done 100,000km and had never had a transmission oil change due to BMW saying there is no need to change the life time oil. As we all know this is rubbish. Even ZF say change around 80,000km. The car was driving ok but you could if get a thump in the transmission if you stopped quickly and then sped up again. You could imagine the oil thick and just not being able to do its job quickly. When I dropped the old oil it was thick and black not good looking at all. I change the oil twice the same day. That was two years ago never got that noise again. Would use this oil again no problem. Also had a good talk to the Nulon rep at that time. Nice guy.
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Feedback: Full Synthetic Multi Vehicle Automatic Transmission Fluid , 27 Apr 2018 By kew
The Rover 75 Jatco transmission is very selective as to what fluid it uses. The Nulon Multi Vehicle fluid is a perfect substitute for the very expensive original equipment fluid. Highly recommend.
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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I change my automatic transmission fluid?

3 years ago

shows you how to change your vehicle's automatic transmission fluid in an easy step by step process.
All you need to do this is : car jack, jack stands or ramps, level bar socket or spanner drain plug washeroil drain pan some rags container for the used oil and some gloves 


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Can SYNATF be used in any automatic transmission?

4 years ago

No. Nulon Full Synthetic Multi Vehicle Automatic Transmission Fluid covers a large number of vehicle applications but there are some vehicles which cannot use this fluid. Consult your owners manual for fluid requirements and cross reference this with SYNATF specifications which can be found at www.nulon.com.au

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Which oil suits my vehicle?

4 years ago

Nulon provide lubricant recommendations in their on-line Lube Guide. (mobile version)

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Are there different types of synthetic oil?

4 years ago

Engine, gearbox, and transmission oils are blended from base oils. These base oils are categorised into Groups by the API Base Oil Classification system. If the automotive field Group III and Group IV base oils are marketed as synthetic.

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