Keeping catalogues

Spark plugs from NGK

Published:  02 June, 2016

Keeping catalogues up to date allows companies to give its customers the right parts, the right information and most importantly, the right price.

NGK has therefore announced its 2016 Spark Plug & Diesel Glow Plug catalogue - packed with all the information required for installers to select the right part for millions of vehicles on the road.

The weighty tome, coming in at 166 pages, can be downloaded from the company's website and features 12 new part numbers, 183 new application lines and 6,344 total application lines for cars and light commercial vehicles. It provides the relevant information to garages about OE spark plug and glow plug ranges to aid them in making the correct selection for the vehicle they are working on.

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