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ZF Aftermarket Adds 74 New Listings to TRW, SACHS Brands


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ZF Aftermarket expanded its parts offerings in August for vehicles in the United States and Canada, adding 74 new listings to its TRW and SACHS branded portfolios.

The latest additions expand coverage to more than 18.7 million vehicles in operation, according to the company.   

New braking products include 22 different part numbers for TRW brake-pad sets for 9.7 million vehicles in operation, including the Cadillac Escalade, Mazda CX-30, Jeep Gladiator, Hyundai Sonata, Ford Bronco and Ford Ranger, among others.

ZF Aftermarket also vastly expanded its offerings for TRW X-Tend powered lift supports, adding 49 new part numbers for more than 9 million more vehicles in operation

This includes a range of vehicle brands, such as BMW, Honda, Hyundai, Land Rover, Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen, Volvo and others.

Additional products launched in August include SACHS clutch replacement parts for the Audi A4 Ultra Sport 2.0L and a clutch kit for the Smart Fortwo 2016-2017 Turbocharged.

“ZF Aftermarket is picking up the pace of new-product introductions, making it easier for distributors, technicians and vehicle owners to get a broader variety of high-quality OE parts,” said Mark Cali, head of independent aftermarket, USC for ZF Aftermarket. “These products offer best-in-class value with guaranteed performance and durability that comes from a foundation in ZF’s OE product development and validation processes.”   

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