PRT Adds 64 Complete Strut Assemblies To Portfolio

PRT Adds 64 Complete Strut Assemblies To Portfolio

The portfolio additions represent more than 10 million vehicles in new coverage.

PRT has added 64 complete strut assemblies for cars, trucks and SUVs, the company announced.

The portfolio additions represent more than 10 million vehicles in new coverage.

Coverage includes the Ford Edge, Subaru Outback, Ram ProMaster 1500, in addition to  brand-new applications such as the Honda HR-V 2020, Chevrolet Equinox 2020 and Toyota RAV4 2020, among others.

“We also supply the OE market, and we offer the same quality and technology for  our aftermarket products in North America,” said Bruno Bello, director of global category and marketing at PRT. “These new items are in stock and ready to ship.”  

PRT is a brand of the ADD USA group, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of complete strut assemblies. PRT products are manufactured under the strictest OE-quality processes required by the major automakers.

For more information, call 770-238-1611 or visit www.prtautoparts.com.

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