IRONMAN 4X4 SCORES GLOBAL BREAKTHROUGH
IRONMAN 4X4 GAINS FORMAL APPROVAL FOR ITS 4X4 SUSPENSION KITS TO BE LEGALLY INSTALLED IN GERMANY AND THE REST OF EUROPE.
THE TEAM at Ironman 4x4 has, after 18 months of extensive engineering, development and testing, gained formal approval for its suspension kits to be legally installed in 10 4x4 dual-cab utes in Germany and the rest of Europe. This adds to its extensive list of countries (more than 160) where its equipment is sold. This is a first for an Australian aftermarket company in regards to suspension, with Ironman 4x4’s kits covering Toyota’s Hilux and Prado, Isuzu D-max, Mitsubishi L200 (Triton), Nissan Navara, Ford Ranger, Volkswagen Amarok, Mercedes-benz X-class, Fiat Fullback (a rebadged Triton), and the Renault Alaskan (Navara).
Approval from Germany’s TUV Nord and the German Federal Motor Transport Authority (KBA) means that not only German customers can benefit from the Ironman 4x4 suspension kit range being legal for fitment (thanks to KBA approval), but owners of these popular dual cabs throughout the rest of Europe can also run these kits legally, as a direct result of TUV Nord approval.
It comes at a time when Ironman is extending its global reach with a massive new hub in the United Arab Emirates to increase its presence in the Middle East. Ironman 4x4 products are now available and used in more than 160 countries around the world.
This is a huge achievement by Ironman 4x4 and shows that Aussie companies can compete on the international market when it comes to offering well-engineered aftermarket suspension and other accessories.