Denso Adds TPMS Sensor Coverage for 10 Million Vehicles

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Denso Products and Services Americas Inc. has added 14 part numbers to its selection of First Time Fit tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) sensors. The new part numbers add coverage for more than 10 million European and Korean vehicles.

The expansion brings Denso’s total market coverage to more than 90 million cars and trucks in operation, including models that cannot use universal products.

The company has an inventory of 67 part numbers in its 2017 TPMS Sensor Catalog.

The full product line now features additional TPMS replacement sensors for 50 makes, including newly added: Volkswagen, Mini, Audi, Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Porsche, Land Rover, Tesla, Bentley, Rolls-Royce, Aston Martin, Maybach, Maserati, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Kia and Hyundai.

“All Denso TPMS sensors operate just like the original equipment by restoring all TPMS functions to their original condition,” said says Cisek, senior manager of the aftermarket sales group. “OE battery life, along with competitive pricing and ease of installation, are also standard features.”

Denso says its TPMS sensors cover 77% of all TPMS equipped domestic and imported vehicles on the road today and are easy to find in its 2017 catalog. Available in digital and print formats, the catalog is designed so customers can quickly locate the right replacement part by manufacturer and model, sensor and service kit part number and photo, and original equipment part number.

Digital versions of the 2017 TPMS Sensor Catalog are available online. Print copies are available by contacting a local Denso representative or calling 1-888-96-Denso (option #2).

Denso Products and Services Americas Inc. is an affiliate of global automotive supplier Denso Corp., headquartered in Kariya, Aichi prefecture, Japan.

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