For the second consecutive year, Tenneco is on track to introduce nearly 300 additional part numbers to its Monroe Quick-Strut product offering.
With the additions, the Monroe Quick-Strut line will have nearly 1,000 part numbers by the end of 2019, with combined coverage of more than 160 million registered passenger vehicles, according to the company.
“Introduced in 2003, Monroe Quick-Strut premium strut assemblies have helped revolutionize the ride-control category by dramatically reducing the time necessary to perform a complete, high-quality strut replacement on millions of passenger vehicles,” the company said.
Assembled in Tenneco’s ride-control production complex in Paragould, Arkansas, Monroe Quick-Strut assemblies are application-engineered to provide OE-style ride and handling and long service life. Each unit includes a premium Monroe strut technology tuned and tested to address the unique characteristics of its corresponding application, according to the company.
Quick-Strut assemblies are backed by Tenneco’s limited lifetime warranty and exclusive “Feel the Difference Guarantee” money-back consumer offer. Visit www.Monroe.com for guarantee details.
“By far the most common feedback we receive about the Quick-Strut product line is, ‘We want more part numbers.’ We have answered this demand by more than doubling our coverage in just the past two years,” said John Perrin, executive director of product management for the Tenneco North America Aftermarket business. “Both our coverage expansion and strong year-to-year sales growth reflect the fact that professional technicians understand the quality and performance advantages that come with installing genuine Monroe Quick-Strut assemblies.”
Tenneco will continue to expand the line each year to address emerging service opportunities, particularly among late-model passenger applications, Perrin said.
“Most service shops only have one chance to address a given customer’s ride-control needs, so we want to make sure they have premium-quality, guaranteed Monroe products available when and where they need them,” he added.