Monroe Quick-Strut Assembly Range Grows With 22 New Part Numbers Covering 6.1 Million Vehicles

Monroe Quick-Strut Assembly Range Grows With 22 New Part Numbers Covering 6.1 Million Vehicles

In the automotive service business, time is money, and quicker repair times translate to more sales opportunities, according to Tenneco.

That’s why the company says it has added 22 new part numbers to Monroe Quick-Strut line of premium replacement strut assemblies – designed to facilitate fast and simple strut replacement.

Tenneco has added 226 Monroe Quick-Strut part numbers in 2018, with the latest expansion offering coverage for 6.1 million vehicles registered in North America. The newest part numbers – 14 of which offer exclusive coverage – are available for 19 domestic and 53 import applications.

“Monroe Quick-Strut replacement strut assemblies offer automotive service professionals the advantage of having every component needed for a complete strut replacement in a single unit,” said Adam Richardson, senior product manager, Monroe, Tenneco North America Aftermarket. “Replacing worn struts with complete assemblies speeds installation times, allowing for the opportunity to complete more jobs in a day.”

Assembled at the company’s North America Aftermarket ride control facility in Paragould, Arkansas, Tenneco says its Monroe Quick-Strut assemblies are fully application-tested to ensure OE-like performance. Exclusive applications covered by the recent part additions include:

  • 2002-‘05 Ford Thunderbird (Front)
  • 2013-‘17 Honda Accord (Front and Rear)
  • 2011-‘17 Jeep Compass (Rear)
  • 2011-‘17 Jeep Patriot (Rear)
  • 2002-‘07 Mitsubishi Lancer (Front and Rear)
  • 2004-‘11 Mitsubishi Galant (Rear)
  • 2014-16 Toyota Corolla (Front)
  • 2008-‘17 Toyota Sequoia (Front)

Tenneco also expanded its coverage of RoadMatic complete strut assemblies, adding 14 new part numbers to the economy line. These additions cover more than 3.4 million vehicles – representing 18 domestic and 62 import applications – and include various Buick, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Dodge, Ford, Hyundai, Lincoln, Mercury, Nissan, Oldsmobile and Toyota models.

In addition, Tenneco expanded its Monroe OESpectrum range of premium replacement struts with front struts for the 2014 Jeep Cherokee; added 37 new part numbers to its Monroe Max-Lift range of gas-charged lift supports; added a Monroe Magnum front steering stabilizer for 2014-‘18 Ram 2500, 3500 and 3500HD applications; and increased its Monroe Strut-Mate mounting kit coverage with 15 new partner numbers covering 4.5 million vehicles.

To learn more about these and other Monroe products, or to see a complete list of new Monroe part numbers, visit or contact a Monroe supplier.

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