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ATP introduces cabin filters for 2015 models

Posted on April 17, 2014

ATP Inc. announced its ATP Automotive division is the first to offer cabin air filter coverage for popular 2015 Volkswagen and Audi models.

ATP cabin air filters are now available for 2015 Audi A4, A5, Q5, Allroad, S4 and RS5 vehicles as well as Volkswagen CC, Eos, Golf, Jetta AF and Beetle models. 

“ATP Automotive is the first and only source for cabin air filters for an array of 2015 Audi and Volkswagen vehicles,” says Reuben Krugly, director of product management for ATP Inc.

ATP says its air filters are made from an exclusive coconut shell-based activated carbon that is a cleaner, better choice for health and environmentally conscious individuals. The filters have activated charcoal that eliminate 98% of pollen, mold spores and dirt particles, according to the company.

For more information, contact an ATP sales representative, call Steve Horn at 847-597-9174, or visit the company’s website.

Related Topics: ATP Automotive, cabin filters

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