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BG Automotive Announces Expanded Product Offering


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Aftermarket supplier BG Automotive has expanded its product offering with 17 new references across various product categories: timing belts, cylinder heads, cooling, lubrication and gaskets.

BG Automotive (BGA) releases new product references for the automotive aftermarket each month to ensure that shops are equipped with the latest product applications.

The timing belt for Ford and Citroen (TB2309CPK-2) covers models such as the 2014-2017 Focus, 2015 > Mondeo, 2019 > Dispatch and 2015-2019 Relay, covering more than 310,300 vehicles. All timing belts and components are thoroughly tested for 41 days/984 hours on bespoke testing and measuring machines simulating a real-life driving experience equating to 63,960 miles. Upon cycle finish, both OE and BGA belts were analysed resulting in equal degradation, according to the company.

The BGA gasket range has been extended with 11 new references added for Ford, Renault, OPEL/VAUXHALL, Land Rover, Jaguar, Nissan and Mercedes, with CH23083 (A-D) covering Ford Transit and Tourneo 2015 and onward.

Three new references have been added to BGA’s cooling range, with CP0160 covering Audi A4 2016-2018 and VW TOUAREG 2018 and onward.

For more information and to learn more about premium aftermarket components available from BGA, contact the sales team at +44 (0) 1793 491 777 or visit 

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