Delphi Product & Service Solutions (DPSS) has launched a new line of almost 2,000 steering and suspension parts in the North American market recently. Delphi, is one of the key players in the European automotive aftermarket when it comes to steering and suspension products. In the US and Canadian markets though, the company is known more for its fuel products. Now the company is taking its expertise in steering products to the North American market, and technicians there will have a new option when it comes to quality products for steering repairs.
The new range of steering and suspension parts that has made its debut in the North American market includes sway bar links, control arms, bushings, tie rod ends, inner tie rods, ball joints, and rack and pinion bellow kits. Each component has performance and quality that matches and even surpasses OE precision and the new product line offers almost 2,000 SKUs for use in models ranging from brands like Honda and Toyota to Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen, Lexus and Audi. The range caters to over 241 million vehicles made from 1968 to 2016.
Speaking about the new range, Kathy Jorge, Vice President, North America, Delphi Product & Service Solutions said that the launch of the new steering and suspension range was an exciting step for the company as it grows its business and focuses on attaining exceptional customer service.
She added, ”As a global company with a deep OE heritage, we are proud to offer our rigorously tested and long-lasting steering parts to the North American market. We back every one of our parts with our reputation for quality.”
Delphi steering parts are specifically designed and made to ensure that meet OE specifications. They are rigorously checked to ensure they can tolerate temperatures ranging from -40°C to over 120°C, and are also exposed to 720 hours of salt spray to protect them against corrosion. Other commonly used tests include tensile strength and fatigue testing, 100 percent crack detection, ultrasonic flaw detection, and extensive dimensional and material analysis. They get additional protection from corrosion through Delphi’s cataphoretic coating.
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