Aftermarket emissions parts manufacturer, Klarius has released its latest new-to-range (NTR) product additions, with a variety of exhaust references for Nissans, Vauxhalls, Fords and Renaults now available.
Range support is being increased for hatchbacks, crossovers, MPVs and light commercial vans, including the Nissan Note 1.5L from 2013 onwards.
New emission control parts include an exhaust system for the Vauxhall Zafira 2.0L, plus three other crossover models – the Nissan Qashqai 1.5L, the Renault Kadjar and the Ford Kuga 2.0L – all gain replacement exhausts for the latest models.
The Ford Focus 1.5L and the 2008-2013 Volkswagen Golf 1.4L are also covered, with the Ford Transit Connect 1.5L and 1.6L rounding off the new exhaust selection.
Klarius emission control components deliver the same levels of performance as the OEM part and are increasingly being used in the OES market by several mainstream brands.
By combining research and development, testing and manufacturing facilities at its headquarters in Staffordshire, Klarius provides a consistent quality level and total product compliance with all relevant legislative standards, the company has claimed.
“Maximum choice and speed”
Availability across the 10,000+ product range is provided by on-site warehousing facilities, which can integrate seamlessly with customer stock to ensure maximum choice and speed of delivery.
This is aided by Klarius’ dedicated in-house logistics partner, Autologistiks, whom provides next-morning delivery nationally.
Dynamic stocking procedures ensure that even niche components offer the same lead times as the most popular parts for maximum availability, Klarius as said.
All NTR parts are available with next day UK delivery, a standard two-year warranty and a Fit First Time guarantee.
In mainland Europe, the new parts can be sourced from distribution partners in France, Germany and the Nordic regions.
The full list of NTR references is available here.
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