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Tenneco Expands Monroe Replacement Strut Coverage

Posted on October 8, 2018

Tenneco Inc. added 21 part numbers to its Monroe Quick-Strut premium replacement strut assemblies in October 2018, expanding coverage to an additional 4.2 million vehicles in North America.

The latest range expansion includes coverage for 22 domestic and 41 import applications.

“Today’s automotive service shops are looking for proven products that help protect their customer relationships. They don’t want to take any chances on low-quality strut assemblies or potential comebacks,” says Adam Richardson, senior product manager.

Assembled at Tenneco’s North America Aftermarket ride control facility in Paragould, Ark., Monroe Quick-Strut assemblies are fully application-tested to ensure OE-like performance. The latest expansion includes exclusive market coverage for the following vehicle models:

  • 2015-17 Ford F-100 Series (front);
  • 2015-17 Ford F-150 Series (front);
  • 2004-09 Kia Spectra (rear);
  • 2005-09 Kia Spectra5 (rear); and
  • 2008-11 Mitsubishi Outlander (front).

Since the start of 2018, Tenneco has added 247 product numbers to its range of Quick-Strut assemblies.

In addition, Tenneco expanded its range of value-driven strut assemblies, adding 24 new part numbers to the RoadMatic product line. The additions include coverage for 180 domestic and 31 import applications, representing 2.3 million vehicles operating on North America’s roads. New coverage extends to various Cadillac, Chevrolet, Dodge, Honda, Hyundai, Mercury, Nissan, Saturn, Toyota and other vehicle models. Tenneco also added a new Monroe Strut-Mate mounting kit covering 10 domestic pickup applications.

To learn more about these and other Monroe products, or to see a complete list of new Monroe part numbers, please visit www.Monroe.com or contact a Monroe supplier. Connect with Monroe at Facebook.com/MonroeShocks, Twitter.com/MonroeShocks and Instagram.com/MonroeShocks.

Related Topics: replacement struts, Tenneco, undercar parts

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