I use SuperTech products. SuperTech Anti-freeze should be very OK for vehicles with green anti-freeze, but less sure about mixing it with Gold anti-freeze. (I would use it, but probably not "extended life" like the correct Motorcraft product, and may not give quite as good of corrosion protection. ) "Antifreeze" has gotten very "complicated" in last 12 years. Ford even seems concerned about mixing Motorcraft green with Motorcraft gold anti-freeze. ESPECIALLY FOR DIESELs, probably better to stick with Ford Antifreeze, or at least put in the Ford ADDITIVE. Per Ford: "Universal" coolants generally do not contain silicates and nitrites, both of which are required for Ford vehicles equipped with Motorcraft® Gold Antifreeze/Coolant. Thus, these "universal" coolants generally do not meet Ford's coolant specification WSS-M97B51-A1. (I do not know if SuperTech Anti-freeze has the silicates and nitrites but probably does; we should ask Walmart.)
SEE Ford chart https://www.fcsdchemicalsandlubricants.com/Main/quickref/scucEN.pdf
DIESELS need "Motorcraft® Diesel Engine Cooling System Additive
Use only when specified In all heavy-duty, diesel engine cooling systems equipped with fluorescent green-colored Motorcraft® Premium Antifreeze/Coolant meeting Ford Specification ESE-M97B44-A
In all heavy-duty, diesel engine cooling systems equipped with yellow-colored Motorcraft® Gold Antifreeze/Coolant meeting Ford Specification WSS-M97B51-A1
Designed to replace additives depleted between coolant change-outs.
comment_ Put in enough pure anti-freeze FIRST for at least -40F or -50F (corrosion) protection. Jim.
This product works with all makes and models.