SKF Vehicle Aftermarket Extends Auto Hub Warranties  -

SKF Vehicle Aftermarket Extends Auto Hub Warranties 

SKF says the expanded full warranty covers the company's complete lineup of premium auto hub components.

SKF Vehicle Aftermarket North America announced Jan. 1, 2023, that it will increase its warranty offer across its entire line of automotive hubs from three to five years. The expanded full warranty covers SKF’s complete lineup of premium auto hub components and delivers greater product assurance and long-term protection to customers. 

“As a trusted manufacturer of premium aftermarket components, we continually aim to improve the customer experience with enhanced value and long-term dependability, which is why we’re doubling down on our leading warranty offer,” said Ron Klopf, director of Automotive Sales at SKF North America Vehicle Aftermarket. “As the automotive industry makes the transition to a sustainable marketplace, the demand for more robust product protection has also grown significantly. Our goal with this initiative is to better align with consumers’ expectations for greater peace of mind and long-lasting protection.”

For more information about SKF, contact your local SKF representative, visit www.vehicleaftermarket.skf.com or call (800) 882-0008. 

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