BG Automotive Announces Product Range Expansion

BG Automotive Announces Product Range Expansion

The expansion includes 23 new references across various product categories – steering & suspension, gaskets and Camtrain.

Automotive aftermarket supplier BG Automotive (BGA) has expanded its product offering with 23 new references across various product categories – steering & suspension, gaskets and Camtrain.

BGA says it releases new product references every month to ensure the company stays competitive and up-to-date with the latest product applications in the automotive aftermarket.

BGA’s Product Development Team has significantly expanded its steering & suspension range with 18 new references added in December alone, covering popular models such as BMW, Vauxhall, Peugeot, Toyota, Volvo, Honda, Mercedes, Smart, Audi, Ford, Mini & Skoda. “Our stringent quality control methodologies surpass that of OE, we employ the latest technologies such as induction hardening, CNC machining, cataphoresis and a high-capacity forging facility to ensure our parts have the highest standards of rust resistance. All of our components are tested electronically and undertake a 3-axis test for durability to ensure maximum performance is achieved,” the company stated in a press release.

Two new gasket references have been added with “HN9507,” covering models such as OPEL/VAUXHALL Insignia 2014-2017 & Zafira 2015-2018. “OS2319” covers applications for the Ford Transit 2006-2014.

The full new to range product list can be viewed at:

For more information and to learn more about premium aftermarket components available from BGA (BG Automotive), contact the sales team on +44 (0) 1793 491 777 or visit 

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