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Mahle MPulse provides check up on automotive industry


Mahle Aftermarket has launched its very own online mobility magazine, MPulse, offering specialist information and updates on the products and services it supplies.


Designed with the automotive aftermarket in mind, MPulse provides key tips and entertainment while exploring the automotive market’s future development.

The online magazine enables Mahle to communicate with customers on a more direct level, offering its perspective on the quality of current parts in the market. Product updates and specific advice features for a number of product lines, including engine components, filters, mechatronics, thermostats, turbochargers and workshop equipment, are included.

The ‘Do It And Get It’ feature – http://www.mpulse.Mahle.com/en/do-and-get/changing-the-filter.jsp – offers an array of tips on fitting filters, including step-by-step guides and informative videos, providing customers with a invaluable resource when using Mahle filters. Ultimately this helps prevent misuse and reduces the number of returns that can occur due to a misunderstanding when fitting Mahle products.
A section named ‘Mahle Inside’ provides customers with an insight into Mahle’s current activities including events, personnel, products and trends affecting the market.

Meanwhile, customers can also check out Mahle’s latest parts in its range via the magazine’s ‘New on the Market’.

This lists Mahle’s newest additions alongside an image, vehicle application coverage and the part number, helping customers keep up to date with Mahle’s comprehensive range.

‘Sweat and Gasoline’ is an entertaining section including information on Mahle’s busy motorsport activity, including interviews with motorsport legends, testing of Mahle products in the most powerful machines and, motorsport updates.

The online magazine is available now at www.mpulse.Mahle.com.

Mahle Aftermarket will be exhibiting its full product range at Automechanika, Birmingham at the NEC on stand 19D50 from 6 – 8 June.