Tenneco has introduced 33 Monroe Quick-Strut part numbers that provide combined coverage of more than 2 million additional late-model passenger vehicles. The company also announced the availability of nearly two dozen additional Monroe premium shock absorbers, struts, strut mounting kits and other components representing approximately 8 million potential replacement opportunities in the U.S. and Canada.
Among the latest applications now covered by the Quick-Strut offering are:
- 2003-’06 Acura MDX (Front)
- 2004-’08 Acura TSX (Front)
- 2011-’14 Chrysler 300 & Dodge Charger (Front)
- 2007-’10 Ford Expedition and Lincoln Navigator (Rear)
- 2010-’12 Subaru Legacy (Front)
- 2011-’14 Toyota Sienna (Front)
Each genuine Monroe Quick-Strut assembly features the precisely engineered components necessary to complete a high-quality strut replacement: premium Monroe strut technology tuned and tested for OE-style ride and handling; vehicle-specific coil spring technology featuring U.S.-grade steel and corresponding OE-equivalent spring design; premium, OE-style upper strut mount and bearing plate and other high-quality components. Quick-Strut units are assembled in Tenneco’s Paragould, Arkansas, ride control manufacturing facility.
Other new Monroe ride control part numbers include Monroe OESpectrum rear shock absorbers for 2014-’17 Dodge Ram 2500 and 2500 HD and 2009-’13 Infiniti FX50 models. Tenneco also introduced OESpectrum front struts for 2016 Chevrolet Camaro and Malibu models and 2011-’15 Toyota Sienna vans.
Monroe Strut-Mate strut mounting kits are now available for more than 5 million additional popular vehicles, including 2009-’14 Acura TL; 2013-’15 Toyota Avalon; 2012-’14 Toyota Camry; and several Subaru applications, model years 1990-2015.
To learn more about these and other Monroe ride control products, and to see a complete list of new Monroe Quick-Strut part numbers, visit monroe.com or contact a Monroe supplier.