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New clutch kits announced by National Auto Parts

Date: 06-Mar-2019

Leading clutch and brake specialist National Auto Parts has introduced five new Clutch kits, including an SMF Kit for the Audi A3 S3 Quattro, the first aftermarket company anywhere to exclusively cover the application.

The new-to-range additions - three Service Kits for SMF, one CSC Kit and an SMF Kit - cover a number of vehicle makes and models, including BMW E46 316/318 (03-05), BMW E46 316/318 (98-05), VW Transporter / Multivan 2.5 TDi (03-15) and Audi A3 S3 Quattro (07-12).

This forms part of a wider remit to meet customer demand and bring the very latest quality parts to the automotive aftermarket, as further clutch products are set to be added to its growing range over the coming year. 

National’s comprehensive clutch range is competitively priced with OE matching specification and is subjected to life testing, to ensure products are fit for purpose. The range also comes with a three year / 30,000 miles 'no quibble' guarantee.

David Houlden, National Auto Parts managing director, said: “Not only are we continuing to offer a wide range of parts that meets customer demand, but the latest expansion proves how committed we are to offering part references that are available nowhere else. 

“Our objective is to ensure that our customers can benefit as much as possible from our extensive clutch programme of OE matching quality components that delivers quality and strong vehicle parc coverage, as well as ensuring the availability of hard-to-find parts.”

With over three decades of expertise in the aftermarket as a manufacturer and distributor, National delivers a clutch programme that includes brake discs, brake drums, brake pads, clutch kits, clutch concentric slave cylinders and conventional solid flywheel replacement kits for dual mass flywheel applications.

Find out more
The new-to-range parts are listed in the online catalogue which can be found on the website at, or via MAM Software’s AutoCat cataloguing system or TecDoc.

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