Comline adds 150 steering/suspension references

Comline Auto Parts (Comline), has strengthened its steering & suspension portfolio with the addition of more than 150 new-to-range references.

This raft of new part numbers marks yet another significant development for what is one of Comline’s real up-and-coming product categories. In fact, the introduction of this latest batch of references takes Comline’s steering & suspension development to well over 800 new part numbers within the last 12 months.

This latest batch of references, which includes top strut mounts, control arms, tie rods, tie rod ends and ball joints, are in-stock and immediately available to the brand’s network of motor factor customers across the UK and to its distributor partners in over 40 countries worldwide.

Top strut mount – CTSM9031 – is now available for the ever-popular Ford Transit (2006-2014), alongside CTSM9018, for various Opel/Vauxhall models, including the Astra (1998-2009), Combo (1994-onwards), Corsa (1993-onwards), Meriva (2003-2010), Vectra (1995-2003) and Zafira (1999-2005).

Also included in these new additions are two track control arm part numbers – CCA3057 and CCA1194 – which fit BMW, Opel/Vauxhall and Mercedes-Benz applications respectively. The former fits the BMW 5-Series (1996-2010), 6-Series (2004-2010), 7-Series (2001-2008), as well as Opel/Vauxhall Astra (2007-2014), whilst the latter is designed for the Mercedes-Benz C-Class (1993-2001), CLK (1997-2002), E-Class (1995-2003) and SLK (2000-2014).

Among a list of tie rod options are three references covering the Nissan X-Trail (2013-onwards), Mini (2010-2012), Citroën C3 (2009-onwards) and DS3 (2010-2015) – the numbers in question are CTR2111, CTR2094 and CTRE2094.

The full update is available online at

Each of these new steering & suspension numbers represents Comline’s ethos of ‘total control’, meaning every part number is engineered in leading European manufacturing facilities using high-quality raw materials and stringent production processes.

The result is consistent, reliable performance and ‘total control’ for the driver, supported by a three-year (36,000-mile/60,000km) warranty, which reflects the confidence that Comline has in its steering & suspension products.

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