MONROE, Mich. — Tenneco Inc. has added 17 Monroe Quick-Strut premium replacement strut assembly part numbers that provide coverage of more than 2.8 million late-model passenger vehicles.
The company also added 17 premium shock absorbers and conversion kits to the line that represent approximately 16 million potential replacement opportunities.
The parts are assembled in Tenneco's ride-control components plant in Paragould, Ark. The Monroe Quick-Strut part numbers include:
- 2014-18 Nissan Sentra (front and exclusive coverage);
- 2010-13 Ford Transit Connect (Front and exclusive coverage);
- 1993-2001 Subaru Impreza (Front and exclusive coverage);
- 1998-2000 Subaru Forester (Front and exclusive coverage);
- 2011-12 Honda Odyssey (Front and exclusive coverage);
- 2000-04 Subaru Legacy (rear);
- 2006-07 Subaru Outback (rear);
- 2012-14 Ford Edge (front); and
- 2013-15 Ford Focus (front).
According to Tenneco, each Monroe Quick-Strut assembly features a U.S.-grade steel and OE-equivalent spring design paired with a vehicle-specific coil spring; premium, OE-style upper strut mount and bearing plate; and other high-quality components.
Quick-Strut assemblies include Tenneco's limited lifetime warranty and exclusive "Feel the Difference Guarantee" money-back consumer offer.
Additional new Monroe ride control part numbers include Monroe OESpectrum rear shock absorbers for 2016-17 Chevrolet Malibu, 2014-16 Mazda CX-5 and 2016-18 Toyota Prius.
Tenneco also introduced additional Monroe suspension conversion kits for various models of the Cadillac Escalade and Chevrolet Avalanche, Suburban and Tahoe.
Monroe suspension conversion kits convert worn air spring, hydraulic self-leveling and/or electronic suspensions to conventional mechanical suspensions without activating the vehicles' electronic warning signals, the company said.
For more information, visit Monroe.com.