Auburn Hills, Michigan, April 17, 2023 – Delphi reveals an overall total of 87 parts across its product lines, the first of several parts announcements to come in 2023.
“We’re pleased to further expand our parts coverage for vehicles in any stage of their lifecycle,” says Jenna Boone, General Manager of Delphi North America. “We have multiple product announcements planned throughout 2023 and beyond, so we’re excited to demonstrate the growth in our portfolio while remaining dedicated to our quality and reliability.”
Of the five new products to its fuel delivery line, three are first to market fuel pump module assemblies (FG2262, FG2669 and FG2667). These new products cover approximately 2.43 million vehicles in operation (VIO) in the United States and Canada, covering both domestic and import brands such as the Chrysler Pacifica and Voyager, Nissan Rogue, and Acura TLX.
Sparta adds a total of 22 parts to its portfolio. This specialty line by Delphi for high mileage and early model vehicles now covers an additional 11.36 million VIO for the United States and Canada. The added products include fuel tank sending units, fuel pump module assemblies, and fuel pump strainers for brands such as Ford, Chevrolet, Dodge, Chrysler, Nissan, Jeep, and Hummer.
“Our goal with Sparta is to fulfill a request we’ve been receiving for years: a fuel line specifically dedicated to earlier makes and higher mileages with the Delphi quality technicians have come to know.” Said Malcolm Sissmore, Vice President, Sales and Marketing of Delphi. “We have a lot of great things in store for this year, Sparta included.”
Delphi continues to launch steering and suspension parts across all makes and model years, adding 21 new parts to cover 17 million VIO in Canada and the United States. Over 10 types of parts were announced, some of which include tie rod ends, ball joints, control arms, stabilizer bar link kits, and more.
Regarding the company’s engine management portfolio, the product line announces a total of 39 new parts. Sixteen of the new parts are manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensors, bolstering an additional 20 million VIO for the United States across brands such as Ford, Honda, Mazda, Nissan, Volkswagen, Dodge, and BMW.
Also a sizeable addition for the engine management line are 10 new ABS wheel speed sensors for a total of 10 million VIO in the United States for brands such as Lexus, Ford, Chrysler, and Toyota. Other parts announced include ignition coils, engine crankshaft/camshaft position sensors, an air charge temperature sensor, and a mass air flow (MAF) sensor.