Denso Expands Line of Ignition Coils
Denso Articles and Services Americas Inc. has added four coil-on-plug (COP) part numbers to its line of aftermarket ignition coils. The expansion extends coverage to 2012-2018 Honda and Acura models.
“Ignition coils are designed and manufactured for specific applications,” says Reggie Cruz, senior manager of Denso’s independent aftermarket Article development group. “We are pleased to add these popular models to the universe of vehicles whose drivers seek out the superior quality, performance and competitive pricing of Denso ignition coils when it’s time for a replacement.”
Denso says all of its ignition coils are built with top-grade materials in close collaboration with vehicle manufacturers. With the additional part numbers now available, Denso offers a total of 136 part numbers of high-performance ignition coils covering more than 6 million vehicles on the road today.
Advanced design features include a small-size driving circuit integrated into the top of the coil; diagonal inductive windings without section bobbins for improved performance in a smaller space; and a cylindrical configuration that eliminates the need for high-tension spark plug cables.
The company says advantages of Denso ignition coils include maximum available voltage under all operating conditions, ease of installation, and reliability that ensures high temperature, suppresses noise and eliminates phantom misfires.
Denso introduced its newest ignition coils to the market Jan. 1. For more information on Denso ignition coils, as well as all Denso auto parts, visit www.densoautoparts.com.
Website resources include interactive digital catalogs to help customers to quickly locate the parts they need. The website also offers catalogs in Spanish that can be searched online and downloaded as PDFs.