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Cooling and Climate Systems for Electric & Hybrid Vehicles

30 Apr 2018

Category: Articles, Company News

As interest in electric and hybrid vehicles continues to grow with UK motorists, leading aftermarket supplier Nissens has invested significantly in the R&D for electrified vehicle components.

Be prepared for the future with Nissens

Nissens’ elaborate electric and hybrid vehicle programme provides one of the widest cooling and climate control ranges in the aftermarket in an effort to futureproof the sector. Applying the highest quality standards expected of components for luxury vehicles to their entire electric and hybrid programme regardless of brand, make or model. Through this, Nissens aims to position themselves as a reliable ‘one stop shop’ for cooling and climate systems for electric and hybrid vehicles.

The figures all add up

With over 170 parts in range including radiators, heaters, fans, interior blowers, oil coolers, condensers, compressors, receiver driers and intercoolers, the programme covers fast moving items for models such as the Nissan Leaf, BMW i3, VW Golf GTE, Toyota Prius and more.

Highlights include:

  • 90962 – Oil cooler for BMW i8
  • 60814 – Radiator for BMW i3
  • 940256 – Condenser for BMW i3

All Nissens parts are catalogued on the F:Drive and MAM Autocat and available from FPS via same/next-day delivery. For more information, please speak to your local FPS representative today.

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