Nissens thermal management offering for electric vehicles

Nissens is taking on the challenge of thermal management systems in battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) and hybrids, with a range of products designed specifically for non-internal-combustion engine (ICE) applications.

The thermal management systems in BEVs and hybrids are more advanced than those found in ICE models. Therefore, they require specific attention when they are maintained and repaired. 

This presents the independent garage sector with a real opportunity, as there is great potential, should they gear themselves up to offer the appropriate level of service and the replacement parts that are required.

Advanced thermal management

“Many thermal management systems on these new-energy vehicles (NEVs) rely on heat pump solutions, which are more advanced than a typical air conditioning (AC) loop,” explained Nissens Automotive’s Marketing Manager, Jan Zieleskiewicz. “These systems are crucial for an electrified car’s mobility, range, battery, charging and driving comfort,” 

“Nissens Automotive is the perfect aftermarket partner for the NEV challenge, as we have decades of aftermarket expertise and a comprehensive product range that reflects the rapid developments in vehicle technology. As a result, we have established a wide range of NEV thermal management engine products alongside our highly regarded AC programme, as well as an engine efficiency and emissions parts range, which all cater for the majority of makes and models within the European car parc. 

“Besides the coverage and the quality, the concept also consists of in-depth technical knowledge shared in various formats and covering multiple needs from ‘fundamentals’ to ‘expert’.” 

In addition, all these products are manufactured to Genuine Nissens Quality standards to provide the independent service and repair sector with premium grade replacement components, that deliver trouble-free installation and excellent performance.

Unique Aftermarket Offering

Nissens Automotive’s BEV and hybrid thermal management offering now comprises almost 1,000 items for the most popular applications, and caters for more than 4,000 OE part numbers. 

As always, whenever needed, its products come equipped with extra installation parts included, to provide a First Fit solution, and with the company’s established support services like the NTC/Experts technical training programme, it shares its knowledge of NEV thermal management systems, including heat pump solutions.

The BEV range covers the most popular models, including the Audi E-Tron, BMW i3, i4 & iX, Cupra Born, Fiat 500e, Hyundai Ioniq, Kona EV, Kia E-Niro, Mercedes-Benz EQA, Mini Cooper Electric, Peugeot E-208, Polestar 2, Renault Megane EV, Škoda Enyaq, Tesla Model 3, S and X, plus VW ID.7. 

The hybrid range also covers the BMW i8, Hyundai Kona and the Volvo XC40.

However, more than 50 new parts are under development, for applications including the Ford Kuga, Hyundai Ioniq, Kia EV6 and Niro, the Tesla Model Y, and Volkswagen’s ID.3, ID.4 and ID.5.

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