In a bid to expand its portfolio of service replacement turbochargers, BorgWarner has introduced 17 new turbochargers for diesel vehicles from global automakers. The company’s aftermarket boosting technologies have been engineered to improve performance and fuel efficiency while reducing emissions.
The 17 new replacement turbochargers feature wastegate technology and variable turbine geometry designs. These turbocharging solutions can be equipped to engines ranging from 65 kW to 142 kW in power and 1.3 l to 3.0 l in displacement across passenger vehicle segments.
The advanced boosting solutions are assembled, balanced and calibrated in compliance with BorgWarner’s global quality standards and feature perfectly matching connections for quick and easy installation. The turbochargers have been manufactured according to guidelines based upon internal development and quality assurance processes in order to provide reliable operation under extreme operating conditions.
“We see strong growth potential for turbochargers as they play a vital role in complying with evolving emissions regulations. As a result, the need for high-quality replacements will increase as well,” said Michael Boe, Vice President and General Manager, Global Aftermarket, BorgWarner Turbo Systems. “With the most recent expansion of our turbocharger aftermarket portfolio, BorgWarner is meeting current trends and strengthening its reputation as a reliable partner in the aftermarket.”