Quality remains the key for replacement turbochargers reminds Nissens Automotive

As the vast majority of the vehicles in the UK are still powered by either a petrol or diesel engine – and even hybrid electrics still incorporate one version or the other – the demand for engine related replacement parts is as strong as ever, and recent forecasts indicate this will remain the case for at least the next decade.

In order to conform with European emissions legislation, whatever their fuel type, many of these engines are small capacity units employing forced induction combustion systems, which are almost always reliant on a turbocharger.

As the turbo is such an important element for the correct running and efficiency of the engine, when problems arise and they need to be replaced, quality is key, but so too is the general support provided by the turbo manufacturer, for both the workshop fitting and the motor factor supplying them.

Responding to this joint challenge, the turbos that feature in the Nissens Automotive (Nissens) range, are not only manufactured to Genuine Nissens Quality standards to provide the durability and reliability that is required for these high performance parts, but are also backed-up with a comprehensive technical support package www.nissens.com/experts that delivers benefits to the factors supplying them, in addition to the obvious advantages for the installers fitting them.

The constantly growing offering, which currently consists of almost 400 part numbers, is also increasing in its coverage of the vehicle parc, presently standing at almost 3,900 OE references that, in addition to PC and LCV applications, also includes trucks. This is already 59% of the European market, but will continue to rise to over the course of the next 12 months.

The Nissens turbo offering falls within the company’s Engine Efficiency & Emissions product category, which alsoincludes intercoolers, EGR valves, modules and coolers, as well as turbo oil feed pipes, and provides workshops with everything that’s need to complete a full and thorough turbo replacement, by ensuring the new unit is correctly and reliably lubricated.

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