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SMP closes out year with 227 new part numbers in its December release

Additions provide new coverage in 71 distinct product categories and 128 part numbers for 2022, 2023 and 2024 model-year vehicles

New York—Standard Motor Products, Inc. (SMP) has announced it released a total of 2,626 new part numbers in 2023. Closing out the year, SMP has released 227 new part numbers in its December new number announcement. This most recent release provides new coverage in 71 distinct product categories and 128 part numbers for 2022, 2023 and 2024 model-year vehicles.

The Standard Gas Fuel Injection program expands with the introduction of Direct Injection High-Pressure Fuel Pump Kits for popular General Motors vehicles including the 2021-19 Chevrolet Silverado and the 2021-19 Cadillac Escalade.

This coverage is added to Standard’s expanding program of award-winning GDI Fuel Pump Kits. Several New MFI and GDI Fuel Injectors are also part of this release. Ignition Coils have been added for popular late-model General Motors applications. Standard’s Emission Control categories have also expanded, with the introduction of new Air Pumps, Canister Purge Solenoids, Engine Crankcase Breather Hoses and more.

Powertrain-Neutral categories such as Parking Brake Actuators will represent additional repair opportunities in the future. Standard has added 13 new numbers to this program in December, with added coverage for the 2021-17 Honda Civic and 2023-16 Mazda CX-5. TPMS Sensors are new for 5.6 million vehicles like the 2023-20 Toyota 4Runner. Additionally, 15 ABS Sensors have been added covering over 5 million Subaru, Ford, Lexus, and Hyundai vehicles.

The Standard hybrid and EV program sees continued expansion. Park Assist Sensors have been introduced for the 2023-21 Ford Mustang Mach-E and the 2020-17 Toyota Prius Prime. Additionally, Brake Pedal Travel Sensors are now available for the 2022-11 Nissan LEAF. EGR Tubes and Fuel Vapor Canisters have also been added for the hybrid 2022-16 Lexus RX450h.

All new applications are listed in the catalogs found at and, and in electronic catalog providers.

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