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      PRT recently added 15 new products to its portfolio of complete strut assemblies for passenger cars, SUVs and pickup trucks.
      The new products, which extend the PRT portfolio in the North American aftermarket, represent more than 5 million vehicles in new coverage.
      The product launch covers models such as the Subaru Impreza, Ford Escape and Volvo XC60, in addition to brand-new applications such as the 2021 Lexus NX300, 2022 Chevrolet Malibu and 2022 Honda CR-V, among others.
      PRT is a brand of the ADD USA group, one of the largest manufacturers of complete strut assemblies in the world.
      “Our company is globally certified and recognized for producing high-performance products,” said Bruno Bello, director of global marketing at PRT. “We are committed to providing innovative solutions to our U.S. clients by launching new items in the aftermarket that feature the same quality components used in the OE market.”
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      In link hidden, please login to view, we gave leaders from the major distribution groups and trade associations an opportunity to reflect on the most critical issues affecting the automotive aftermarket. For the second year in a row, we let distribution leaders “riff” on these topics in their own words.
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