Muffler

 Market share and supply status

Who Supplies Whom information by OEM region

 Region

 Maker

 Model

 Model year

 Supplier

 Products

ASEAN・India・Korea Kia K3 (Korea) 2022

Sejong Industrial Co., Ltd.

Muffler
ASEAN・India・Korea Hyundai Palisade (Korea) 2021

Sejong Industrial Co., Ltd.

Muffler(3.5L)(8AT)
ASEAN・India・Korea Hyundai Santa Fe (Korea) 2021

Sejong Industrial Co., Ltd.

Muffler
Americas Jeep Wrangler (USA)   2021

Tenneco Inc.

Muffler(3.6L)
Americas Toyota Corolla (USA) 2021

Pridgeon & Clay, Inc

Muffler shell
Americas BMW X4 (USA) 2020

Eberspaecher North America, Inc. - Brighton

Muffler(2.0T)(8AT)
China GAC Motor Trumpchi GS4 (FF) (China)   2022

Faurecia (Guangzhou) Automotive Systems Co., Ltd. Sanshui Branch

Muffler(1.5T)(6AMT)
China GAC Motor Trumpchi GS4 (FF) (China)   2022

Faurecia (Guangzhou) Automotive Systems Co., Ltd. Sanshui Branch

Muffler(1.5T)(7DCT)
China BMW Brilliance BMW X3 xDrive25i (4WD) (China) 2021

Eberspaecher Exhaust Technology (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.

Muffler(2.0T)(8AMT)
Europe Abarth 595 esseesse (Poland) 2021

Akrapovic d.d.

Muffler
Europe Abarth 595C esseesse (Poland) 2021

Akrapovic d.d.

Muffler
Europe Citroen C4 (Spain) 2021

Faurecia SE

Cold-end exhaust
Japan Honda CR-V 2021

Yutaka Giken Co., Ltd.

Muffler
Japan Honda CR-V e:HEV 2021

Yutaka Giken Co., Ltd.

Muffler
Japan Honda Fit 2021

Yutaka Giken Co., Ltd.

Muffler
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Supplier Name Address Major Parts Suppliers Reports Country
Eberspaecher Gruppe GmbH & Co. KG Eberspaecherstrasse 24, 73730 Esslingen, Germany Major Parts Suppliers image
Faurecia (China) Holding Co., Ltd. No.3438, Yuanjiang Road, Xinzhuang Industrial Park, Shanghai, China Major Parts Suppliers image
Faurecia SE 23-27 rue des Champs Pierreux, 92000 Nanterre, France Major Parts Suppliers image
Futaba Industrial Co., Ltd. 1 Ochaya, Hashime-cho, Okazaki-shi, Aichi-ken, 444-8558, Japan Major Parts Suppliers image
Jay Bharat Maruti Ltd. (JBML) Plot No. 5, MSIL Joint Venture Complex Gurgaon -122015, Haryana, India Major Parts Suppliers image
 News
Aug 26, 2021

Reported on August 24, 2021, the Philippines automotive industry opposes a plan to impose safeguard duties on 34 additional Thailand products amid the trade dispute between the 2 countries. The Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines Inc. (CAMPI) said the inclusion of additional goods from Thailand in the list of items subjected to safeguard duties would negatively affect the entire auto supply chain.
Local auto parts makers led by the Philippines Parts Makers Association proposed to include 34 more tariff lines to beef up the list of Thai goods up for additional duties. These include muffler and exhaust pipes, speedometer, tachometer, instruments panels clocks, lighting or visual signaling equipment, wiring harnesses, battery cables, safety seatbelts, parts for compression-ignition internal combustion engines, air conditioning machines, ignition coils, fuel cut-off valves, and unassembled starter motors for engines of vehicles, among others.
The new list will add to the previously identified 37 tariff lines from Thailand that stand to lose their current concessions, if Thailand continues to refuse to comply with the WTO ruling on the tax case of imported tobacco from the Philippines. The Department of Trade and Industry said the only way it could pressure Thailand to cooperate on the cigarette tax case is impose higher taxes, through safeguard duties, on certain products exported from Thailand to the Philippines including automobiles.
Trade assistant secretary said there would be further study and evaluation of proposals and comments, while the deadline for the submission of position papers is September 8, 2021.
(From an article of Manilastandard.net on August 24, 2021)

Oct 13, 2020

On October 8, Honda 2Wheelers India launched the H’ness-CB350 at a special starting price of INR 185 thousand. It has a 350cc, 4 stroke OHC single-cylinder engine equipped with PGM-FI technology. The air-cooling system in the engine maintains highly dense air intake to improve efficiency and keeps the engine temperature within ideal range. The piston cooling jet improves engines thermal efficiency which in return improves fuel efficiency. 
The evolved sensors, developed through computer simulations, allow riders to tame the machine as per their wish without compromising with the comfort and controllability. Main shaft coaxial balancer placed on the cylinder eliminates both primary & secondary vibrations. The heritage inspired advanced digital-analogue speedometer presents intelligent information on the go. It integrates details like HSTC, ABS, Side stand indicator with engine inhibitor, ECO indicator, HSVCS, gear position indicator and battery voltage meter. 
Half-duplex cradle frame in steel pipe is used for a soft steering feel. Load allocated to the front is optimized by mounting the engine at low position to lower the centre of gravity, which immensely impacts the overall riding. The specially designed exhaust system comes with a large tailpipe of 45mm that optimizes balance with the muffler capacity. Exhaust pipes are double skinned to prevent heat discoloration and intact the visual appeal for long.

Honda 2Wheelers India press release

Jul 09, 2020

On July 7, the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) posted documents announcing a probe into 614,000 Chevrolet Cobalts from the 2008 to 2010 model years and HHRs from 2008 and 2009.
NHTSA says it has 208 complaints from owners about gasoline leaks.
Thirty-nine owners have told the agency about gas puddles or drips from leaky fuel lines toward the left rear wheel well.
The agency says that the leaks are caused by corrosion of metal fuel lines near polymer blocks that hold the lines to the body.
The leaks are beneath an insulation heat shield near the exhaust pipe and muffler.
NHTSA says that while it doesn’t have any reports of crashes, fires or injuries, a probe will determine how often the problem happens and assess potential safety issues, leading to possible recall.

(Detroit News article on July 7, 2020)