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KYB launches ‘$40 for 4’ motorist promotion

Posted on February 28, 2014

During March and April 2014, KYB Americas Corp. will offer motorists $40 via a mail-in-rebate with a single purchase of any four KYB shocks and struts. The KYB $40 for 4 promotion will be available at participating automotive service providers and automotive parts retail locations across the U.S., Puerto Rico and Canada.

“We’re really excited about offering this rebate to motorists,” said KYB Americas Marketing manager Kyle Freund.

“It’s critical that a vehicle’s ride control components be maintained and the $40 for 4 promotion gives motorists an unprecedented rebate for KYB’s original equipment for the aftermarket shocks and struts.”

KYB says its shocks and struts have long been recognized as the ride control solution of choice among new vehicle manufacturers and top automotive service professionals around the world. Based on the desired performance of the motorist, KYB offers products that are built to either help restore the vehicle’s original control & handling or increase performance above the original design.

For more information, log onto www.kyb.com.

Related Topics: KYB $40 for 4 Promotion, KYB Americas Corp., Kyle Freund, Shocks, struts

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