Schrader announced that the company's EZ-sensor technology now covers more than 82 per cent of all TPMS-equipped vehicles in North America. Schrader's EZ-sensor is the automotive industry's first, patented OEM-replacement TPMS sensor that can...
Schrader announced that the company’s EZ-sensor technology now covers more than 82 per cent of all TPMS-equipped vehicles in North America. Schrader’s EZ-sensor is the automotive industry’s first, patented OEM-replacement TPMS sensor that can be programmed to function across diverse car makes and models.
Schrader will be once again showcasing their EZ-sensor technology at the Special Equipment Manufacturers Association (SEMA) Show from November 1 – November 4, 2011 (Booth #40079) via a custom-designed Schrader 2010 Chevy Camaro highlighting EZ-sensor and the life saving features of TPMS.
“Schrader set a company goal to reach 90 per cent coverage of all TPMS-equipped vehicles, and through a series of major coverage launches this year, we’re closing in on our stated objective,” said Trevor Potter, vice-president of Aftermarket, Schrader. “We’re proud to offer truly unprecedented EZ-sensor coverage – for more than 215 million vehicles in all – on a comprehensive range of vehicle platforms.”
In addition to coverage on leading platforms like Dodge, Jeep, Ford, Chrysler, Honda, GM, Chevrolet, Mazda, Toyota and Nissan, Schrader’s additional coverage in this release offers support for vehicles on platforms such as Hyundai, Isuzu, Kia and Mitsubishi. Schrader provides this market-leading coverage to customers through just two EZ-sensor SKUs.
“With more than 256 million TPMS-equipped vehicles on the road, Schrader’s EZ-sensor continues to be the cutting-edge solution for service and repair technicians,” said Scot Holloway, general manager, Bartec. “EZ-sensor is the only TPMS aftermarket product able to provide this caliber of scalability and ease-of-use, and is the only technology on the market that is compatible with up to eight different hand-held scan/programming tools from Bartec. Because of this, Aftermarket service and repair shops have readily embraced the EZ-sensor as the way to quickly and accurately service the diverse set of TPMS-equipped vehicles entering their facilities.”
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