A raft of new steering & suspension part numbers has been added to Comline Auto Parts’ portfolio, as the British aftermarket brand continues to service demand both in the UK and Ireland.

Committed to growing its range by more than a third throughout 2021, suiting its ‘all-makes’ ethos, the award-winning brand has edged closer to its target with a flurry of references added in June.

Within the latest update, Comline has announced the introduction of a Mazda 3 (2013-onwards) control arm, as well as a tie rod axle joint for the BMW 1 F20 and 1 F21 (2011-onwards) and Hyundai i10 (2013-onwards).

It also provides both a tie rod axle joint and end for the Land Rover Discovery Sport and Range Rover Evoque (2011-onwards), as well as the Jaguar E-Pace (2017-onwards).

In terms of top strut mounts, Comline now offers one for the Toyota Auris (2007-2018) and Corolla Saloon (2016-2014), while it supplies the whole kit for a variety of Citroën and Peugeot models: C3 II (2009-onwards), C-Elysée (2012-onwards), C3 Picasso (2010-onwards), C4 Cactus (2014-onwards), DS3 (2009-onwards); 2008 (2013-onwards), 208 (2012-onwards) and 301 (2014-onwards).

Performance in all conditions

Determined to ensure a first-time fit, delivering confidence and peace of mind to distributors, technicians and motorists alike, each Comline steering & suspension component comes with a three-year (36,000 mile) warranty.

Justifying its generous warranty, Comline leaves nothing to chance with this safety-critical product category. Each individual part within the range is extensively-tested for performance and reliability, clocking mile-after-mile, in all conditions.

Impressively, one of the key processes during the design, manufacture and testing of the components is the salt spray testing. Nine hundred hours of exposure to salt spray provides an accelerated simulation of real-world driving conditions; in fact, the test simulates approximately 10 years of on-vehicle use and is a vital analysis in protecting against corrosion – irrespective of road conditions or climate.

Investment in augmented reality

Comline Augmented Reality (C.A.R) is proving an invaluable tool. It harnesses cutting-edge technology to give distributors, technicians and motorists a first-hand look at the quality and features of Comline steering & suspension products.

Within selected renders, users will notice ‘hotspots’, which, when clicked on, will provide detailed features and information for the respective part. Comline Auto Parts Managing Director, Ishan Kamdar, has starred in a video that demonstrates how the technology works, which can be found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JtFmyQtR9FA.

To learn more about Comline’s evolving steering & suspension range, visit https://www.comline.uk.com/products/steering-suspension