SMP® has released 210 new part numbers in its August new number announcement. This most recent release provides new coverage in 72 distinct product categories, and 69 part numbers for 2022, 2023 and 2024 model-year vehicles.
SMP® continues to add to its comprehensive Emission Control program, which includes evaporative emission control (EVAP), exhaust gas recirculation (EGR), and positive crankcase ventilation components. Standard’s Emission Control program helps technicians repair and maintain these complex systems. When OE fails, technicians trust Standard® to deliver precision components that keep emission systems operating as designed.
SMP® has released 207 new part numbers in its July new number announcement. This most recent release provides new coverage in 71 different product categories, and 78 part numbers for 2022 and 2023 model-year vehicles.
SMP continues to add to its Variable Valve Timing (VVT) program, which already includes more than 550 part numbers for import and domestic vehicles. When the OE fails, technicians trust Standard® and Blue Streak® to deliver precision components that integrate with complex VVT systems.
SMP has released 156 new part numbers in its June new number announcement. This most recent release provides new coverage in 61 different product categories, and 43 part numbers for 2022 and 2023 model-year vehicles.
SMP has released 222 new part numbers in its May new number announcement. This most recent release provides new coverage in 69 different product categories, and more than 60 part numbers for 2022 and 2023 model-year vehicles.
SMP has released 373 new part numbers in its April new number announcement. This most recent release provides new coverage in 87 different product categories, and more than 100 part numbers for 2022 and 2023 model-year vehicles.
SMP continues to expand its line of ABS Speed Sensors for import and domestic vehicles. It is widely known that the quality and performance of ABS sensors affect how long it takes a vehicle to stop, but with technology evolving, ABS sensors are being asked to do more. Many electronic safety features like Electronic Stability Control, Hill Hold Assist, and Automated Braking depend on accurate, real-time data from these sensors.
SMP has introduced 110 new part numbers in its March new number announcement. Included in the release is new coverage for 56 product categories, and 29 part numbers for 2022 and 2023 model-year vehicles.
SMP continues to expand its line of parts for hybrid and electric vehicles. The hybrid and electric vehicle market is growing larger every day, and SMP is committed to continually adding to its product offering for these vehicles, as well as expanding its powertrain-neutral coverage.
SMP has introduced 276 new part numbers since the start of the year. Included in the release is new coverage for 77 product categories, and 43 part numbers for 2022 and 2023 model-year vehicles.
SMP is proud to announce the Pro Training Power Hour. Power Hour is a free, live-virtual technical series presented by Standard’s professional trainers, geared towards technicians. It joins Standard’s award-winning portfolio of training programs, which include Standard® Pro Training On-Site and Live-Virtual training sessions, an On-Demand library, and a Masters Series.
SMP has introduced 214 new part numbers in its December new number announcement. Included in the release is new coverage for 88 product categories, and 84 part numbers for 2021, 2022, and 2023 model-year vehicles.
SMP continues to expand its comprehensive Collision Repair program. The collision market is large, growing, and extends well beyond body work and paint. Standard’s Collision Repair Program offers more than 7,500 parts to meet the demand. Every component is a direct-fit replacement and is designed to correctly integrate with the electronic safety systems found on today’s vehicles.
SMP has introduced 365 new part numbers in its October new number announcement (NNA). Included in the release is new coverage for over 100 product categories, and 110 part numbers for 2021 and 2022 model-year vehicles.
SMP continues to add to its aftermarket-leading Ignition Coil program, which includes more than 800 Coils providing 99% coverage for import and domestic vehicles. Each Coil is designed to deliver improved durability and a longer service life. When the OE fails, technicians trust Standard® and Blue Streak® to deliver a Coil that will last.
SMP continues to expand its aftermarket-leading Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) program. ADAS in today’s vehicles is already helping to save lives and prevent injuries. Minimizing human error has been identified as a key factor in reducing the number of vehicle collisions resulting in serious injury and death. Standard® is dedicated to continuously adding new product categories and late-model applications to meet industry demand.
SMP is pleased to announce the addition of 314 new part numbers in its August new number announcement. This release covers over 100 product categories and includes over 100 part numbers for 2021 and 2022 model-year vehicles.
SMP is pleased to announce the recipients of its 2022 scholarships: The Blue Streak® ‘Better Then, Better Now’ Scholarship and the SMP ‘Women in Auto Care’ Scholarship. Four students pursuing educations in automotive technology and repair are awarded scholarships to apply toward their education at an automotive technical school or college.
SMP has released a total 832 new part numbers during the first half of 2022 for its Standard® and Standard® Import brands. SMP continues to help distribution partners capture additional business, as 286 of these numbers were aftermarket exclusives, meaning they were not available in the aftermarket before SMP’s release. To date this year, SMP has released parts covering 180 different categories and over 200 part numbers for 2021 and 2022 model-year vehicles.
SMP continues to expand its aftermarket-leading Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) program. GDI technology has been an integral part of helping to improve fuel economy while reducing emissions, and can be found on more than half of the U.S. fleet.
SMP is pleased to announce the addition of 119 new part numbers to its Standard® and Standard® Import lines. This release covers 53 product categories and includes 44 part numbers for 2021 and 2022 model-year vehicles.
SMP announces the expansion of its Blue Streak® line. SMP’s latest Blue Streak® product release includes 23 new part numbers in the Direct Ignition and Variable Valve Timing categories.
SMP announces the addition of 146 new part numbers to its Standard®, Blue Streak®, and Standard Import® lines. SMP’s new part number release for May 2022 spans 55 different product categories and includes 38 part numbers for 2021 and 2022 model year vehicles.
Earlier this year, SMP announced its 2022 scholarship programs: The Blue Streak ‘Better Then, Better Now’ Scholarship and the Women in Auto Care Scholarship. Grants of $5,000 will be awarded to two students in each category.
Submissions will be accepted through May 31, 2022.
The most recent expansion to Standard’s ETB offering features applications for popular import nameplates including Toyota, Nissan, Mazda, Hyundai and Kia. Standard’s ETB line-up now includes more than 200 part numbers, and covers 190 million vehicles. Providing industry-leading, late model coverage for domestic and import vehicles, Standard® offers ETBs for 2021 and 2022 model years.Learn More >
SMP announces the addition of 434 new part numbers to its Standard®, Standard® Import and Blue Streak® lines. The release spans 129 product categories and expands coverage for import and domestic applications through the 2022 model year by more than 500 million VIO.Learn More >
As a corporation, SMP truly cares about its employees, customers and the communities within which it operates. This can be seen through the extraordinary generosity of our employees in 2021. Additionally, SMP continued to support the next generation of technicians and automotive students as a way to both sustain and give back to our industry.
Eric Sills, President and CEO of Standard Motor Products and incoming Board Chairman of AASA, spoke before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Energy & Commerce Subcommittee on Consumer Protection & Commerce. Sills was one of only four to testify on supply chain resilience and American competitiveness.
'We’ve Got You Covered' giveaway, which celebrated two of our flagship brands, Standard® and Blue Streak®, recently concluded as Standard Motor Products awarded limited-edition Standard® T-Shirts to the winners.
SMP is pleased to announce its 2021 Scholarship Program recipients. Ten automotive students have been awarded $50,000 in scholarship money.
The New Multi-Frequency TPMS Sensor combines 314.9, 315, and 433/434 MHz applications into one single SKU, eliminating a duplication of customer inventory. The Single Sensor program is an addition to Standard’s QWIK-SENSOR® Universal Programmable TPMS Sensors and OE-Match TPMS Sensors and provides coverage for more than 200 million vehicles-in-operation (VIO) in North America.
Designed to help get you the parts you need when you need them, our new Standard® drop ship program is available for the entire turbocharger line – new and remanufactured, diesel and gas.
Blue Streak® VVT components are engineered with design improvements over the original and the competition. They are manufactured for superior performance under real-world conditions. All Blue Streak® components are backed by our Limited Lifetime Warranty.Learn More >
Check out how our sensors protect against over-voltage, under-voltage, reverse-voltage, and short circuits, and maintain accuracy during heavy-duty shock, vibration, and maximum temperature conditions.
With more than 60,000 installs, our revamped SMP® Parts App is updated with new tools that make part lookups even easier, including:
- Keyword Search to help find parts and categories more easily
- History function for quick access to frequently searched items
SMP announces the launch of its SMP Cares website, a new site dedicated to highlighting the company’s efforts supporting local communities through service, volunteerism and donations. This website will serve as a resource for news and upcoming events.
Ahead of the 2019 Women's Leadership Conference in Detroit, we spoke to Women in Auto Care President and Auto Care Association board member, Tammy Tecklenburg.
In this video, which is our most viewed video of March, our master technician shows you how to replace the Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor on a Dodge, Chrysler, Plymouth 2.7L.
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