Precision & performance from MEYLE shock absorbers

April 03, 2024
Precision & performance from MEYLE shock absorbers
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MEYLE is renowned for offering a comprehensive range of high quality parts as well as innovative replacement parts solutions that provide both time and cost savings for workshops. Increasingly garages and stockist are also choosing MEYLE for more common replacement components, such as shock absorbers. 


Shock absorbers are key to a vehicle’s comfort and safety. They reduce the braking distance, improve traction and stability, and assist safety systems such as ABS, TCS and ESP. MEYLE offers more than 760 precision-fit, 100% OE-compliant shock absorbers for around 70% of the European fleet. 

MEYLE ORIGINAL shock absorbers are developed and tested in Germany in line with the testing requirements of the German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA) and its own uncompromising MEYLE standards. This means they stand for exact accuracy of fit, smooth installation and a long service life.

Thanks to MEYLE’s unique data management system, it is easy to find the MEYLE ORIGINAL shock absorber required quickly and easily. In addition, the practical consolidation of multiple OE numbers that are essentially identical under a single MEYLE number optimises the workshops’ and wholesalers’ inventories without limiting what they offer.

MEYLE ORIGINAL shocks deliver; optimised cornering behaviour, improved braking distances, and more comfort. They are available now from MEYLE stockists nationwide. 
 
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