BG Automotive Unveils Expanded Product Range

BG Automotive Unveils Expanded Product Range

Ten new references have been added across BGA's steering & suspension, cylinder head cover and timing chain ranges.

Automotive aftermarket supplier BG Automotive (BGA) has introduced 10 new references across its steering & suspension, cylinder head cover and timing chain ranges.

Eight new references have been added in January to the company’s steering & suspension range, covering popular models such as BMW, Hyundai, Opel/Vauxhall, Audi, VW, Honda and Kia.

According to BGA, “Our market-leading technologies such as induction hardening, CNC machining, cataphoresis and our high-capacity forging facility ensures that our steering & suspension references have the highest standard of rust resistance in comparison to our competitors.”

TRC01056 covers models such as Audi Q7 2018 onwards and VW Touareg 2017 onwards. 

TRC01037 covers applications for Audi A4 2016 onwards and Audi A5 2016 onwards. All of the company’s components are tested electronically and undertake a three-axis test for durability to ensure maximum performance and resistance.

One timing chain reference has been added with TC2312K covering models such as Citroen Berlingo 2018 onwards, Ford Focus, Transit Connect 2018 onwards and Peugeot Partner 2019 onwards.

Cylinder head cover product group also has been expanded this month with RC23003 covering models such as Citroen Relay 2011 onwards, Ford Transit 2011-2014 and Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 2015-2019.

“We look forward to kick-starting 2023 with a strong target of releasing new competitive product references and strengthening our business relations with our current customers,” said BGA.

The full new to range product list can be viewed at:
https://news.bgautomotive.co.uk/new-to-range-jan-2023/

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