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Monroe Brand Expands Ride Control Coverage To Include Nearly 2.5 Million Additional Service Opportunities
The company has released 18 new strut assembly part numbers, and additional Monroe Magnum shocks for light- and medium-duty trucks now available through leading parts providers.
Monroe now offers 10 additional Quick-Strut assemblies, one new OESpectrum shock absorber and a Monroe suspension conversion kit that together cover more than 370,000 registered passenger vehicles across the United States and Canada, according to the company.
Expanded Range Of Monroe Quick-Strut Assemblies Includes 21 New Part Numbers Covering 63 Applications
This part number expansion brings Quick-Strut coverage to an additional 4.2 million vehicles.
Tenneco has added 226 Monroe Quick-Strut part numbers in 2018, with the latest expansion offering coverage for 6.1 million vehicles registered in North America. The newest part numbers are available for 19 domestic and 53 import applications.
Participating consumers can get up to $80 back on qualifying purchases of Monroe and Rancho products.
Since 2018 began, the product line expansions have extended the company’s coverage to more than 20 million additional passenger vehicles across North America.
This new program builds on Tenneco’s new “If It Doesn’t Say Monroe” ad campaign by thanking customers for choosing Monroe.
With the latest coverage expansion, Tenneco has launched a record 296 Monroe Quick-Strut part numbers this year.
With 31 additional Quick-Strut part numbers introduced in September, Tenneco has launched more than 200 additional premium strut assembly part numbers this year, covering a combined total of nearly 30 million passenger vehicles.
The expansion includes a record of 46 new premium strut assembly part numbers, covering a total of nearly 5 million passenger vehicles.
The new Monroe “Feel the Difference” shock simulator invites consumers to cycle a miniature vehicle’s suspension through a variety of driving conditions. The consumer can see a side-by-side comparison of an axle equipped with a worn shock or strut and one featuring a properly functioning unit.