Tenneco again has expanded its aftermarket ride control offering, making Monroe® Quick-Strut premium replacement strut assemblies available for an additional 4.2 million vehicles registered throughout North America.
With 21 new part numbers added this month, Tenneco has expanded its range of Quick-Strut assemblies by 247 product numbers this year.
Offering automotive service professionals all the components needed for a complete strut replacement in a single unit, Monroe Quick-Strut assemblies are designed to help service shops speed up strut replacement times and take advantage of more sales opportunities. 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,” Adam Richardson, senior product manager, Tenneco North America Aftermarket. “The Monroe Quick-Strut line truly represents the quality, performance and value our trade partners and, ultimately, the consumer, expect.”
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)
· 2008-11 Mitsubishi Outlander (Front)
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.
Headquartered in Lake Forest, Illinois, Tenneco is one of the world’s leading designers, manufacturers and marketers of Ride Performance and Clean Air products and technology solutions for diversified markets, including light vehicle, commercial truck, off-highway equipment and the aftermarket, with 2017 revenues of $9.3 billion and approximately 32,000 employees worldwide.
On October 1, 2018, Tenneco completed the acquisition of Federal-Mogul, a leading global supplier to original equipment manufacturers and the aftermarket with nearly 55,000 employees globally and 2017 revenues of $7.8 billion. Additionally, the company expects to separate its businesses to form two new, independent companies, an Aftermarket and Ride Performance company as well as a new Powertrain Technology company, in late 2019.
About the Future Aftermarket and Ride Performance Company
Following the separation, the aftermarket and ride performance company will be one of the largest global multi-line, multi-brand aftermarket companies, and one of the largest global OE ride performance and braking companies. The aftermarket and ride performance company’s principal product brands will feature Monroe®, Walker®, Clevite Elastomers, MOOG®, Fel-Pro, Wagner®, Champion® and others. The Aftermarket and Ride Performance company would have 2017 pro-forma revenues of $6.4 billion, with 57% of those revenues from aftermarket and 43% from original equipment customers.
About the Future Powertrain Technology Company
Following the separation, the powertrain technology company will be one of the world’s largest pure-play powertrain companies serving OE markets worldwide with engineered solutions addressing fuel economy, power output, and criteria pollution requirements for gasoline, diesel and electrified powertrains. The powertrain technology company would have 2017 pro-forma revenues of $10.7 billion, serving light vehicle, commercial truck, off-highway and industrial markets.