Hitachi Astemo Expands Aftermarket Product Line

Hitachi Astemo Expands Aftermarket Product Line

The company will introduce 230 new Hitachi Astemo SKUs at AAPEX; three powersports lines will be featured.

Hitachi Astemo Americas Inc., one of the largest manufacturers of OE-quality, aftermarket automotive products, will showcase 230 brand new SKUs at AAPEX. Focusing on its customers’ needs, the company has added extensive coverage to its electronic throttle bodies, ignition coils, engine crankshaft and camshaft position sensors, timing control covers, variable timing solenoids, and Tokico shock absorbers lines. Hitachi Astemo has been adding products throughout 2022 and says that additional parts will be ready to ship this October. This year at AAPEX, Hitachi Astemo also will spotlight its growing powersport lines: KEIHIN, NISSIN and SHOWA.

“As representatives of Hitachi Astemo, our team is ready to feature our newest throttle bodies, ignition coils, camshaft and crankshaft sensors, and shock absorbers at AAPEX,” said Hannah Hua, North American marketing manager, Hitachi Astemo Americas. “These latest products carry on the Hitachi Astemo tradition of delivering premium, OE-quality parts our dealers and their customers rely on.”

All of Hitachi Astemo’s have applications for Asian, domestic, and European vehicles and cover millions of U.S. vehicles in operation. New SKUs added include:

·        115 Camshaft and Crankshaft Sensors

·        27 Electronic Throttle Bodies

·        23 Ignition Coils

·        51 Shock Absorbers

·        And more

A complete list of application coverage can be found here:

“We’re looking forward to seeing everyone at AAPEX,” Hua said. “It’s one of our favorite events, and we’re ready to discuss these new products with our clients and those who want to become our retail partners. We’ll be at booth 5045.”

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