PRT launches 32 new complete strut assemblies

PRT launches 32 new complete strut assemblies

The new items represent more than 10 million vehicles in new coverage, and expand the PRT brand portfolio in the North American aftermarket.

PRT announced the launch of 32 new products on complete strut assemblies for light vehicles, SUVs and pickups, which it says represents more than 10 million vehicles in new coverage.

The launch included important models on the national scenario such as Chevrolet Equinox, Honda CR-V and Kia Forte, in addition to brand new applications such as the Nissan Leaf and Jeep Cherokee 2021, among others.

PRT said its products are produced under strict OE quality processes required by the main automakers.

“These new applications represent our continuous development [and] commitment to the North American Aftermarket. As an OEM supplier, PRT consistently strives to offer the best solutions with the same level of quality found in the OE market,” Bruno Bello, director of global marketing at PRT, said. “All new items are in stock and ready to ship.”

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