NGK Spark Plugs Launches NGK Ignition Coils

NGK Spark Plugs Launches NGK Ignition Coils

With market coverage for nearly 96 percent of vehicles in operation in the United States, the comprehensive product range includes more than 450 ignition coil part numbers for late-model domestic and import vehicles, the company says.

David Boer at the company's press conference Tuesday at AAPEX. Photo by Mark Phillips
David Boer at the company’s press conference Tuesday at AAPEX.
Photo by Mark Phillips

WIXOM, Mich. – Adding to its high-quality lineup of ignition parts, NGK Spark Plugs (U.S.A.) Inc. announced the addition of NGK Ignition Coils to its product offering.

With market coverage for nearly 96 percent of vehicles in operation in the United States, the comprehensive product range includes more than 450 ignition coil part numbers for late-model domestic and import vehicles, the company says. The full ignition program will be available to distributors following AAPEX 2016.

Like its spark plugs, NGK ignition coils are manufactured to OE standards for the highest durability and operational performance, giving installers ease of installation with OE confidence.

Developed and proven tough in our ISO 17025 accredited test lab at extreme conditions that are far beyond any operational environment that a vehicle would experience, the coil designs are based on the highest quality standards.

“We are very excited with the launch of NGK’s full line of premium ignition coils,” said David Boer, vice president of marketing, NGK Spark Plugs (U.S.A.) Inc. “This program rounds out our ignition offering, allowing us to offer the highest quality ignition components to the market while providing service dealers with the confidence they’ve come to expect from both NGK and NTK products.”

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