PRT announced the arrival of new applications of the component for light vehicles, SUV’s and pickups. The launches include important models on the national scenario such as Ford Edge, Subaru Outback, Ram ProMaster 1500, in addition to brand new applications such as the Honda HR-V 2020, Chevrolet Equinox 2020 and Toyota RAV4 2020, among others.
The new part numbers represent more than 90,000 vehicles in new coverage.
PRT has expanded its portfolio and launched complete struts for the 2019 Toyota Camry.
The components cover light vehicles and pickups, including Jeep Liberty, Chevrolet Cruze, Buick Enclave and Dodge Nitro, in addition to new applications such as the Nissan Frontier 2019 and the Toyota 4Runner 2020.
Arnott has introduced new premium air suspension struts for the front right and left sides of the 2013-2019 Mercedes-Benz GL/GLS-Class (W166) with AirmaticC and without ADS.
Arnott has introduced new air suspension struts for the front left and right side of Volvo SPA platform models.
Arnott has introduced a new, Arnott-engineered, aftermarket air suspension strut for the rear of the 2011-‘18 Jaguar XJ.
What can a vehicle’s tire tread tell you about the condition of the struts and springs? Find out as Babcox Media’s Andrew Markel explains the tire clues in this episode of Maintenance Minute, sponsored by Auto Value and Bumper to Bumper.
For the second consecutive year, Tenneco says it is on track to introduce nearly 300 additional part numbers to its Monroe Quick-Strut product offering, expanding the line by the end of 2018 to nearly 1,000 part numbers.
KYB Americas Corp. was named the recipient of the 2018 Best Overall Import Aftermarket Product Line for its Strut-Plus program. The award was presented to KYB by the Import Vehicle Community last week at AAPEX.
Shocks, struts and tires wear over time but why exactly? Here’s a simple explanation.
33 new Monroe Quick-Strut part numbers will increase coverage of more than 2 million passenger vehicles.