New ‘A’ Class exhausts added to Klarius range

Published:  28 December, 2018

15 new exhausts have just been added to the existing Klarius range. Popular European hatchback models feature strongly in this new-to-range release. Those looking to source OEM equivalent replacement exhaust for the Mercedes A Class will find new additions for the A160 and A180 (2012 -) in the list. Fiat’s popular 500 1.2 also receives additional exhaust support, ensuring the retro design is coupled with modern emissions standards. For those who prefer a JDM feel to their morning commute, Mazda 2 owners can also be catered for with a complete exhaust system for the 1.5 litre version.
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