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New Comma transmission oils for multiple applications

Gear Oil photoComma has announced the launch of two new gear and transmission fluids, taking the range total to 18 grades. The addition of the two new products expands Comma’s coverage of the vehicle parc by more than a third and offers independent workshops the chance to continue to service the latest vehicle technologies.

New Comma MVMTF 75W-90 synchronised manual transmission and transaxle fluid is a fully synthetic product suitable for more than 3.8 million vehicles including Ford, VW, Skoda, SEAT, Audi, Mazda and Jaguar, manufactured between 1986 – 2008 and representing circa 15% of all cars in the UK fitted with a manual transmission.

New Comma AQ134 is a high performance, fully synthetic automatic transmission fluid developed specifically for 7-speed gearboxes in vehicles using Mercedes Benz gearbox type NAG2, number 722.9. Fully compatible with the manufacturer’s MB 236.14 OEM requirement, it is suitable for more than 250,000 vehicles on the road requiring this specification. It is also fully retro-compatible with the MB 236.10 and MB 236.12 specifications recommended for many 5 speed Mercedes Benz models.

Mike Bewsey, Comma Sales & Marketing Director commented: “Technicians tells us that they often resort to going back to the main dealer for gear and transmission fluids: apart from being expensive, it’s a huge inconvenience.

Independent workshops can now access this technology from their motor factor, saving time and money but still with complete peace of mind.”

In common with all Comma engine oil, transmission fluid, coolant and brake fluid the two new products come with a full set of application recommendations at www.Commaoil.Com and are covered by Comma’s 100% Quality and Performance Guarantee.

Full product information and complete application data for Comma MVMTF 75W90 & AQ134  is also provided  in two new, comprehensive 12 page guides, available on request from motor factors or directly from Comma.

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