New premium oils available for Mercedes cars
The 1600 is a Mercedes oil, the 1200 an all-round oil for lots of different cars.
The Top Tec ATF 1200 is based on synthetic HC-based oils in combination with the latest high-performance additives. This ensures optimum stability that slows aging, provides strong protection against wear and good friction properties.
Top Tec ATF 1200 performs well under extreme operating conditions and up and down temperatures.
Top Tec 1200 is approved for General Motors, Ford, Toyota, Nissan, Kia, Mitsubishi, Hyundai, Mazda, Honda, Chrysler, Mercedes, BMW, Volkswagen, Volvo and Subaru vehicles. It is also suited for commercial vehicles from Daimler, MAN, ZF and Voith.
“This wide range of applications makes our ATF 1200 a valuable item for retailers and garages,” said Gary Boyd, sales manager at Liqui Moly.
“You don't need to keep dozens of different transmission oil types in stock. With just one you are able to cover a significant portion of all vehicles on the road.”
Liqui Moly Top Tec ATF 1600 is a specialty oil. It was especially developed for Mercedes cars.
It meets the Mercedes specifications MB 236.12 and MB 236.14, which must be fulfilled for the latest generation of Mercedes Benz 7-speed automatic transmissions.
ATF 1600 also is compatible with older Mercedes-Benz 5-speed automatic transmissions.
“When your business is focuses on Mercedes cars, then our Top Tec ATF 1600 is the transmission oil for you,” Boyd said. “It meets the special requirements of the top-notch gear boxes of Mercedes, and transmissions made in Germany definitely enjoy transmission fluid made in Germany.”
The oils are available at Worldpac, IMC, NAPA, Bavarian Autosport, Northside Imports and SSF.
Liqui Moly GmbH from Ulm in South Germany offers 4,000 qualitative high-quality products such as motor oils, additives, vehicle care products and service products.
The company, which is 50 years old, develops and tests products in its own laboratories and makes everything in Germany. The products are sold in 91 countries.
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Image source: Liqui Moly