This article needs to be updated.(August 2020)
The first Nissan/Jatco transmission, the Jatco 3N71 transmission, used a simple naming scheme: the "3" meant "3-speed", and the remainder was the series number. Beginning in 1982, it gained a locking torque converter (L3N71b) for greater efficiency. (See L3N71 link below). It gained an overdrive section in 1983 (L4N71b), culminating with preliminary electronic sensors and control functions being added in 1985 (E4N71b), and proceeding with the initial "R" for "rear wheel drive" with the RL4R01A/RE4R01A. This same system was used with the RL3F01A front wheel drive transaxle and its descendants through the RE4F04A.
Jatco has switched to a new naming scheme starting with a "J" for Jatco, then "F" or "R" for front- or rear-wheel drive. The next digit is the number of gears, while the model series is now two digits sequentially. The model series names were not directly mapped – for instance the model designation changed when the RE4F04A was renamed to JF403E, while the RE4R03A became the JR403E.
Many OEM users assign their own model numbers.
Conventional automatic transmissionsEdit
Longitudinal engine rear wheel drive transmissionsEdit
- 1969–1989 3N71 (Nissan: L3N71B) — 3-speed
- 1983–1990 4N71 (Jatco: JR401/JR401E, Nissan: L4N71B/E4N71B, Mazda: N4A-EL) — 4-speed
- 1988–2004 4R01 (Jatco: JR402/JR402E, Nissan: RL4R01A/RE4R01A/RE4R01B, Mazda: R4A-EL) — 4-speed
- ?–? 4R03 (Jatco: JR403E, Nissan: RE4R03A/RG4R01A) — 4-speed
- ?–? JR405E (Mazda: RC4A-EL) — 4-speed
- 1989–? 5R01 (Jatco: JR502E/JR503E, Nissan: RE5R01A) — 5-speed
- 2002–present 5R05 (Jatco: JR507E/JR509E, Nissan: RE5R05A) — 5-speed
- 2009–present 7R01 (Jatco: JR710E/JR711E, Nissan: RE7R01A/RE7R01B) — 7-speed
- 2019–present JR913E (JATCO JR913E 9 speed automatic transmission) — 9-speed[a]
- a.^ Original design by Mercedes-Benz, Jatco variant modified and produced by Jatco under license for Nissan and Infiniti vehicles. (In reference to the JR913E only.)
- 1982–1990 RL3F01A/RN3F01A — 3-speed transaxle
- 1982–1985 RL4F01A — 4-speed transaxle
- 1985–1994 RE4F02A/RL4F02A — 4-speed transaxle
- 1991–2001 RE4F03A/RL4F03A — 4-speed transaxle
- 1992–2001 RE4F04A/RE4F04V — 4-speed transaxle (aka GEO/Isuzu 4F20E/JF403E and Mazda LJ4A-EL)
- 3-speed ultra lightweight keicar
- 3-speed high-performance keicar
- 3-speed high-performance compact
- 4-speed ultra lightweight keicar
- Jatco JF405E — 4-speed ultra-light compact (formerly JF402E)
- Jatco JF404E — 4-speed ultra-light compact
- 4-speed compact
- 4-speed small/medium
- 4-speed medium
- Mitsubishi Lancer Cargo
- 4-speed medium/large
- Jatco JF506E/F5A5 5-speed medium/large
- Jatco JF613E 6-speed medium/large
- Jatco JF011E
- Jatco JF009E
- Mitsubishi F1C1A
- Jatco F06A
- Jatco JF010E
- Jatco CVT7 (Jatco JF015E / Wide ratio Jatco JF020E) Ratio coverage 7.3 and 8.7 for WR
- Jatco CVT8 (Jatco JF016E / Jatco JF017E / Hybrid Jatco JF018E / Hybrid Jatco JF019E) Ratio coverage 7.0 Max torque 250 -380 Nm
- Jatco CVT S Ratio coverage 6.0 for mini vehicle below 1L
- Jatco CVT X (JF022E) Ratio coverage 8.2 Max torque 330 Nm
- Nissan Qashqai 2021, X-trail 2021
Hybrid vehicle systemsEdit
- "JATCO Develops 7-speed Automatic Transmission for RWD vehicles". Archived from the original on June 18, 2009.
- "JATCO newly develops the JR913E 9-speed AT for RWD vehicles".
- "Fact Sheet:Press Releases and Project Overview Daimler & Renault-Nissan Alliance" (PDF).
- "JATCO Develops 7-speed Automatic Transmission for Hybrid RWD vehicles". Archived from the original on August 5, 2012.