Starter Motor

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ASEAN・India・Korea Ford Everest (Thailand) 2021

Mitsubishi Electric Thai Auto-Parts Co., Ltd.

Starter motor
ASEAN・India・Korea Ford Ranger (Thailand) 2021

Mitsubishi Electric Thai Auto-Parts Co., Ltd.

Starter motor
ASEAN・India・Korea Mazda BT-50 (Thailand) 2021

Mitsubishi Electric Thai Auto-Parts Co., Ltd.

Starter motor
Americas Hyundai Sonata (USA) 2021

Valeo Group

Starter motor(1.6T)
Americas Jeep Wrangler (USA) 2021

Denso Corporation

Starter motor(3.6L)
Americas Ram Trucks Ram 2500 (Mexico) 2021

Denso Corporation

Starter motor(6.7L Diesel)
China Dongfeng Peugeot Citroen Citroen C5 X (China) 2021

Shanghai Valeo Automotive Electrical Systems Co., Ltd.

Starter motor
China SAIC GM Buick GL8 Avenir (China) 2021

Tianjin Denso Electronics Co., Ltd.

Starter motor(2.0T)
China SAIC GM Buick LaCrosse (China) 2021

Tianjin Denso Electronics Co., Ltd.

Starter motor(1.5T)
Europe Bentley Flying Spur (UK) 2021

Gebauer & Griller Kabelwerke GmbH

Engine starter
Europe BMW 320i (Germany) 2020

Valeo Group

Engine starter
Europe Honda Civic Hatchback (UK) 2020

Panasonic Corporation

Start-stop system voltage stabilizer
Japan Daihatsu Mira e:S 2021

Denso Corporation

Starter motor
Japan Daihatsu Move Canbus 2021

Denso Corporation

Starter motor
Japan Daihatsu Rocky 2021

Denso Corporation

Starter motor
 List of suppliers

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Supplier Name Address Major Parts Suppliers Reports Country
APM Automotive Holdings Berhad Lot 600, Pandamaran Industrial Estate, Locked Bag No. 218, 42009 Port Klang, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia Major Parts Suppliers image
ASIMCO Technologies Limited Room 1301, 13/F, Building A, 21st Century Building, No.40, Liangmaqiao Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China Major Parts Suppliers image
BorgWarner Inc. 3850 Hamlin Rd, Auburn Hills, Michigan, 48326, USA Major Parts Suppliers image
Denso Corporation 1-1, Showa-cho, Kariya, Aichi 448-8661, Japan Major Parts Suppliers image
Guangxi Yuchai Machinery Group Co., Ltd. No. 2, Yuchai Road, Yuzhou District, Yulin City, Guangxi 537005, China Major Parts Suppliers image
Oct 12, 2021

Reported on October 9, 2021, Champion Motors has launched the all-new, 2nd-generation Suzuki Ignis compact crossover in Singapore with starting price of SGD 108,900.
The new Ignis has a cheerful and fun design, with elements inspired by past models. The headlights within the front grille, for instance, are inspired by the Cervo, while the blacked-out A- and B-pillars are reminiscent of the ones on the Swift, while the clamshell bonnet is inspired by the Vitara.
The model developed under Suzuki’s Heartect platform is powered by a 1.2-liter inline-4 that provides 82 hp at 6,000 rpm and 107 Nm of torque at 2,800rpm, paired with a CVT gearbox, with top speed claimed at 155km/h. It is equipped with a mild hybrid system that includes an integrated starter generator, which helps deliver improved performance and fuel economy. Suzuki claims the Ignis can average 18.5km per liter. The model is classified as VES neutral.
(From an article of on October 9, 2021)

Sep 08, 2021

On August 27, Beijing Benz Automotive Co., Ltd. (Beijing Benz) launched its next-generation long-wheelbase C-Class. The vehicle has 3 models, priced at between CNY 325,200 and 369,200.
It adopts the aesthetic design of “New Luxuryism 2.0”. It is equipped with a grille that resembles la starry sky, as well as digital headlights bearing a resemblance to the scene of a meteor shower.
The size of the vehicle is 4,882mm long, 1,820mm wide and 1,456 (1,461) mm high, with a wheelbase of 2,954 mm. The wheelbase of this model is 34mm longer than that of the previous one.
The powertrain features an inline-four engine which enjoys a maximum power output of 125kW/150kW and a peak torque of 250Nm/300Nm. Its integrated starter generator (ISG) increases maximum power output by 15kW and peak torque by 200Nm.
All models of this vehicle possess functions such as a 12.3-inch digital instrument panel, an 11.9-inch console touchscreen, an intelligent parking system with backup camera, and an Active Brake Assist system.
From Beijing Benz’s WeChat platform press release and information from Beijing Benz’s website

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 on August 24, 2021)