WAIglobal has added one new-to-range starter motor and five OE quality alternators to its extensive portfolio of rotating electrics.
The additional starter motor, part number ST033, offers excellent vehicle coverage covering Audi A1 and A3 (2012 >); Seat Leon, Mii and Toledo (2012 >); and VW Beetle, Golf, and Polo (2012 >).
Meanwhile the alternators are also applicable for a number of popular makes and model with part number SB619 covering Seat Leon (2013 >); Skoda Octavia (2013 >); and VW Beetle and Scirocco (2012 >).
The new-to-range alternator SB629 provides coverage for BMW 325d, 330d E90, E91, E92, and E93 X3 xDrive 18d E83, while part number SB622 covers Mercedes A Class W176, B Class W246, CLA C117, C Class 204, and GLA X156.
Finally, alternator SB625 is suitable for BMW 518d, 520d, 525d F07, F10, F11, X3 18d, and 20d F25, and alternator SB627 covers two applications including VW Touareg 3.0TDi (2007-10), and also Porsche Cayenne 3.0 Tdi (2009 >).
The new-to-range parts are listed in a comprehensive bulletin that also features comprehensive cross referencing.
WAI has marked each part with its traffic light ordering system whereby if the product is marked as green then it has been labelled as fast-moving and therefore distributors are recommended to stock the product. However, if the product is marked amber WAI recommends stocking it in a central warehouse, and if it is marked red then customers can rest assured that the supplier will have the part in stock should the distributor require next-day deliver.
The additions highlight WAI’s investment in product development and its commitment to adapting its range to meet customer demand and gain greater coverage.
With more than 5000 part numbers in total, WAIglobal has one of the largest ranges of rotating electrics available in the trade covering the widest vehicle parc.
Products are supported by a full technical support service that provides comprehensive advice on fitting procedures and in-service issues.
The new references are also listed on both MAM and TecDoc cataloguing systems.