DRiV Expands New Product Coverage Across Brand Portfolio 

DRiV Expands New Product Coverage Across Brand Portfolio 

Expanded coverage will be introduced for Monroe, MOOG, Fel-Pro, Walker, Wagner and Rancho throughout 2023.

DRiV, the aftermarket division of Tenneco, announced plans to increase coverage across its portfolio. During 2023, DRiV says it intends to introduce over 1,400 new part numbers that will provide millions of additional repair occasions across six of its leading brands, including Wagner, Rancho, Fel-Pro, Monroe, Moog and Walker.

“For all our brands, our product engineers are constantly looking to develop, test, and implement new products to provide all our customers with the best options for their shops and repair bays,” said Bruce Ronning, senior vice president, sales and commercial operations and Americas Aftermarket, DRiV. “Through a rapid expansion of these product offerings, our goal is to lead the industry with the most comprehensive coverage across our brands so that shop owners and technicians will have a better selection of parts to provide to their own customers for a complete service repair – all backed by DRiV quality and consistency.”

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