Tenneco Increases Monroe Quick-Strut Coverage, Adds 20 New Part Numbers In December

Tenneco Increases Monroe Quick-Strut Coverage, Adds 20 New Part Numbers In December

The 20 new part numbers expand coverage by more than 160 million vehicles in 2018.


Tenneco has expanded its Monroe Quick-Strut premium replacement strut assembly product line coverage by 20 new numbers this month, bringing the year’s total to nearly 300 new part numbers introduced in 2018. Tenneco says it plans to continue to expand new coverage in 2019 as demand continues to rise.

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. Also included in each assembly are a vehicle-specific coil spring technology featuring U.S.-grade steel and OE-equivalent spring design; premium, OE-style upper strut mount and bearing plate; and other high-quality components.

Monroe Quick-Strut assemblies are now available for the following additional vehicle applications:

  • 2014-’15 Ford Escape (Front & Exclusive Coverage)
  • 2009-’15 Honda Pilot (Front)
  • 2011-’12 Nissan Murano (Front)
  • 2006-’07 Toyota Avalon (Rear)
  • 2013-’15 Chevrolet Camaro (Front)
  • 2009-’10 Toyota Matrix/Pontiac Vibe (Rear)
  • 2015-’17 Lincoln MKC (Front & Exclusive Coverage)
  • 2014-’17 Ford Transit Connect (Front & Exclusive Coverage)

Tenneco also expanded the Monroe Reflex truck shock offering to include an additional six new applications through a single part number that reaches more than 150,000 vehicles in operation.

Quick-Strut assemblies are backed by Tenneco’s limited lifetime warranty and exclusive “Feel the Difference Guarantee” money-back consumer offer. Visit Monroe.com for guarantee details.

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