More than 100 references, all carefully selected to suit market demands, have been added to Comline Auto Parts’s steering & suspension range in September.
The British brand has continued its march towards its target of increasing its range by a third.
After a brief glimpse of summer, Comline’s product team continues to be red-hot, bringing part numbers-to-market that are likely to be fast-moving. Starting with control arms, Comline now offers a left and right-arm option for the Audi Q7 (2015-onwards), A8 (2017), e-tron (2018-onwards); VW Touareg (2017-onwards); Porsche Cayenne (2017-onwards).
That’s not all: the Mercedes Benz Vito (2014-onwards), BMW X3 (2010-2017) and X4 (2014-onwards) are also part of this latest batch of new applications.
Switching to suspension bushes, Comline now provides such components for a Nissan Qashqai (2013-onwards) and Renault Kadjar (2015-onwards), while it also supplies tie rod ends for a Fiat Doblo (2010-onwards), Opel Combo III (2011-2017) and Vauxhall Corsa III (2006-2015).
Ball joints are also covered – Comline provides a solution for a Hyundai i20 (2014-onwards) – as are stabiliser links, with Comline bringing references for a Fiat 500X (2014-onwards), Tipo (2015-onwards) and Jeep Renegade (2014-onwards); Ford Kuga I (2008-2013) and Kuga II (2012-onwards).
A whole host of references await Comline customers, with each individual part precisely crafted in production facilities by European manufacturers. Microscopically tested and put through their paces before release, customers can be sure of fitting a quality part, first-time.
As always, each Comline reference is delivered with a three-year (36,000-mile) warranty.
A range supported by augmented reality
Comline’s confidence is emphasised further by its Comline Augmented Reality. It provides users with a first-hand look at the quality and features of its steering & suspension products.
Within selected renders, users will notice ‘hotspots’, which, when clicked, will provide information for the respective part. Comline Managing Director, Ishan Kamdar, has starred in a video that demonstrates how the technology works, which can be found here.