Brake Fluid Comparison Chart

With a number of options on the market, it can be hard to pick the right brake fluid for your vehicle. Many drivers want to upgrade their brake fluids as part of the preparation process for the upcoming track season. We have a number of brake fluid options available for your car listed below with their price and boiling points to help you make a decision.

      Liqui Moly 5.1 Motul Dot 5.1 ATE Typ 200 Textar DOT4R
    Dry Boiling Point


    272°C/516°F 280°C/536°F 327°C/608°F
    Wet Boiling Point 180°C/356°F 185°C/365°F 198°C/388°F 202°C/393°F
    Fluid Type DOT 5.1 DOT 5.1 DOT 4 DOT 4

    Also note:

    • ATE Typ 200 is sold as a 1L bottle which is usually sufficient for flushing the brake system on smaller vehicles
    • Textar DOT4R is a racing fluid and should be flushed more frequently than the other brake fluids we sell
    • DOT 4 and DOT 5.1 are glycol-based brake fluids and should not be mixed with DOT 5 fluids which are silicone-based
    • DOT3, DOT4, and DOT5.1 fluids can be used interchangeably and mixed but it would be best to flush out the old fluid completely in any situation