Complete range of traditional suspensions and air & electronic suspensions available for sales
The range of traditional shock absorbers, which has now become a core element of the company, has been extended to include a stock of components for electronically controlled suspensions - air springs, commonly known as bellows - and electronically controlled dampers - variable stiffness and damping shock absorbers.
With this line, Japanparts Group, a specialist and leader for vehicles of the Asian brands, has extended its coverage to include the major European and American brands, ranging from the VAG Group to the FCA Group, from Renault to PSA and integrating its application list with BMW, GM, Mercedes, Subaru, Toyota and Volvo and the latest Cadillacs, Hummers, Land Rovers, Smart, Piaggio and DR and many more.
The range for the JapanParts brands Ashika and Japko consists of:
1,969 codes for traditional shock absorbers
with pre-codes MM-, MA-, MJ
16 codes for electronically controlled vehicle suspensions
with precodes MM-AS, MA-AS, MJ-AS
47 codes for air springs
38 variable stiffness and damping shock absorbers
10 codes for steering shock absorbers
7 codes for Piaggio shock absorbers
Shock absorber mounts are added to complete the service. These are inserted into the coil spring to strengthen the vehicle and control its suspension and dust protection kits. The dust protection kits (with just 6 codes) allow covering 92% of the on-road vehicles, perfectly compatible with traditional shock absorbers.
All the coded references are already available from the warehouse in Verona, allowing immediate delivery not only within Italy and the islands, but to all the countries where the Group's brands are distributed.
Production of the components uses high quality materials and high quality workmanship, while assembly follows a rigorous series of checks designed to eliminate any possible non-compliance. The stem of each shock absorber is treated with high-resistance chrome-plating, combining NOK rings that stand out for their long service life and tightness. Precision welding and high-resistance treatments complete the production chain. The rubber used for the air springs is the ideal compromise between flexibility and strength, thereby ensuring constant performance over time and the various load-unload cycles.
But the work of Japanparts Group does not stop there: the continuous implementation of these items is on a fast track in the Product Marketing department, with the constant addition of new applications. The packaging has also been designed to ensure considerable space savings and ensure that the product is recognised immediately.
Japanparts Group has made significant investments in the development of this category of items, efforts that in just a short time have proven themselves to be well directed within a market which has immediately shown great consensus and interest. For this reason, the company increased the storage area in 2016, adding a warehouse dedicated exclusively to this product and covering a surface area of 18,000 m²
Today, Japanparts Group boasts an assortment of items which is amongst the most complete in the aftermarket sector, on a par with the leading brands in the market but with a number of items that very few others can boast.
Added to this, competitive price lists are definitely of interest compared to the market average.
To complete the offer, Japanparts Group introduced 31 electric lift spring codes in 2019.