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NGK Spark Plugs (UK) Ltd has published its 2012 Spark Plug & Diesel Glow Plug catalogue, which includes a raft of important new additions and new applications for existing plugs.

It contains details of 14 new spark plugs and five new glow plugs for a host of popular vehicles from some of the world’s leading vehicle manufacturers and was released in time for the recent MechanEx Show in Exeter.

The new spark plug part numbers have applications for vehicles that include the Vauxhall/Opel Insignia Turbo/VXR, Signum Turbo and Vectra C VXR, Volkswagen Golf Mk6, Fiat 500 Twinair Turbo, Nissan X Trail, and a range of Mercedes’ including the Sprinter.

New glow plugs cover vehicles from Hyundai, Lexus, Toyota, Citroen and Fiat, including the Lexus IS 220, Toyota Avensis and the Citroen Relay and Fiat Ducato.

There are also additional applications for existing spark plugs which cover popular models such as the Audi TT, BMW 116 and 330 and Ford Fiesta and Mondeo.

New applications for existing glow plugs include vehicles from Jaguar, Range Rover, Peugeot and Skoda.

NGK Spark Plugs (UK) Ltd Marketing Manager Gerard Irving said: “Our new 2012 catalogue contains up-to-date information about new applications for both existing and new part numbers for spark plugs and glow plugs. They cover many of the most popular vehicles on the road which will make it an essential tool for our distributors and customers.”

Further information on the spark and glow plug ranges can be found at www.ngkntk.co.uk where the NGK online Part Finder system is now being updated to incorporate this new catalogue data.

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