TRW Announces 'Corner Module' Range Extension Across North America

TRW Announces ‘Corner Module’ Range Extension Across North America

The company has announced 89 new SKUs added to date in 2017 – more than 600 were added in 2016.




TRW’s Corner Module

After introducing a record 640 new SKUs in 2016, ZF Aftermarket has announced a further range extension for TRW’s ‘Corner Module’ offering of braking, chassis and suspension products across North America (NA).

The first extension of 2017 adds an additional 89 SKUs (84 chassis and five braking), which cover an extensive list of makes and applications. Chassis parts include: track bar bushing for Jeep Wrangler 2007-‘16 and sway bar bushing for Nissan Armada 2005-‘15, and braking parts include: brake pad kits for: 2016 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid; 2016 Hyundai Tucson; 2016 Cadillac ATS, XTS and Chevrolet Corvette JL9.

Brian Rassin, product group manager, ZF Aftermarket, NA, said, “We are proud of the speed with which we are able to introduce parts for new vehicles, enabling our aftermarket customers to benefit from our strong OE position and high performance products.”

TRW says its name has become synonymous with OE quality parts to be fitted to the ‘corner’ of the vehicle. Manufactured at dedicated global production sites using the latest and most innovative methods and machinery, these parts are designed to work in harmony with surrounding parts and systems, according to the company.

This product and technology knowledge, materials and manufacturing experience and growing global footprint has been further strengthened since the TRW business was integrated into ZF Group’s dedicated aftermarket division, ZF Aftermarket.

All TRW parts are tested to the extreme and supported by the highest levels of marketing and technical support. In addition, all parts come with full fitting instructions and where necessary, new hardware offering the most efficient and safest fit.

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