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Monroe Launches New, Enhanced Website

The company says its new site offers “ease of use, bold design and streamlined navigation.”

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Monroe, an industry-leading brand for ride control products from Tenneco’s DRiV business group, has launched a new website to provide an enhanced and more comprehensive user experience for its customers. The updated site, www.monroe.com, features streamlined navigation and an easy, time-saving way for technicians, DIYers and other consumers to learn more about Monroe products. 

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In addition to a bold new look, www.monroe.com gives users easy access to product information and a “Find My Part” look-up, where technicians can easily search for parts by vehicle or part number. More comprehensive technical resources such as Shocks 101, Servicegrams, and Tech Tips are also now readily available, whether browsing via desktop or mobile phone.

Some of the key features on www.monroe.com include: 

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New Product Section – New layout based on vehicle use and robust product pages highlight key technical features and benefits to help users quickly identify the right products based on their unique vehicle needs. 

Technical Tools – A variety of educational tools are available, including tech tips and resources for technicians and educational articles for consumers to learn more about replacing shocks and struts and the important roles they play in vehicle performance. 

Streamlined Navigation – Modern, engaging layout allows users to quickly find the content they are looking for, including where to buy Monroe parts and part look-up tools, at the top of the homepage. The site also features a dedicated “Commercial Vehicle” quick link to Monroeheavyduty.com for customers searching specifically for heavy-duty, commercial vehicle parts and information. 

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Find out how Monroe is “Built Different” by visiting the new Monroe.com to learn about Monroe ride control products. 

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