More Than 80 Parts Added to MOOG Steering and Suspension Line

Jan. 1, 2020
Federal-Mogul’s MOOG Steering and Suspension brand has introduced more than 80 additional parts.

Federal-Mogul’s MOOG® Steering and Suspension brand has introduced more than 80 additional parts with combined coverage of several million late-model foreign-nameplate and domestic vehicles. As the automotive service industry’s “Problem Solver®,” the MOOG line features innovative technologies that improve on original component designs for longer life, superior performance and faster, easier installation.

Among the latest MOOG parts are rear control arms for dozens of late-model applications, including Acura MDX (2007-2013); Honda Odyssey (2005-2013) and Pilot (2009-2013); Hyundai Elantra (2007-2010); Jeep Liberty (2002-2007); Kia Optima (2007-2008) and Rondo (2007-2010); Nissan Altima (2007-2013); and Subaru BRZ (2013), Forester (2009-2013), Impreza (2008-2012), Legacy (2010-2013) and Outback (2010-2013). Federal-Mogul also has introduced premium MOOG ball joints for Lexus CT 200h (2011-2012) and Toyota Prius (2010-2012) models, and 16 new control arm bushings, 14 new strut mounts and strut mount kits, several new alignment kits and four commercial vehicle king pin sets. The MOOG R-Series™ offering of control arms has been expanded, as well, with 20 new parts covering a wide range of popular foreign-nameplate vehicles.

“Our monthly product introductions are based on what’s actually happening in the market. We carefully track emerging vehicle service needs with extensive insight from shop owners and technicians through the Federal-Mogul product technical support line (800-325-8886) and our field sales professionals,” said Mark Boyle, director, steering and suspension, North America, Federal-Mogul. “Our engineers then use this market intelligence to develop innovative designs that address the real-world requirements of each application. This unique approach helps ensure that professionals have the best repair solutions for virtually any vehicle in their shops.”

To learn more about MOOG steering and suspension components, please visit the technician-focused website or contact your MOOG supplier. In addition to the website, the latest MOOG product application listings are available through Federal-Mogul’s convenient electronic catalog.

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