Front Shock Absorbers Mazda Verissa KYB

KSh9,500KSh10,000 (-5%)

In stock

Made in Japan
Brand KYB
Position Front



Front Shock Absorbers Mazda Verissa in Kenya.

When should you change the shock absorbers?

  1. Upgrade for Specific Needs:
    • Consider replacing shocks if your vehicle frequently handles heavy loads, has top-heavy weight distribution, engages in towing, or encounters off-road conditions.
    • Explore KYB’s high-performance “Monotube” shocks designed to exceed original equipment capabilities for such demanding usage.
  2. Routine Maintenance:
    • Shocks endure significant movement even on well-paved roads, cycling up to 1,900 times per mile.
    • After approximately 50,000 miles, performance gradually declines, affecting handling and control.
    • Replacing shocks and struts at this point (50,000 miles) can restore the vehicle’s original performance and extend its overall lifespan.
  3. Non-Performance Within Design Limits:
    • Worn shocks and struts can deteriorate ride control, impairing the driver’s ability to control the vehicle.
    • Regular road testing and inspections (every 12,000 miles) by a qualified technician are recommended to identify and address these deteriorating conditions.
  4. Replace Failed Shocks for Safety:
    • Shock or strut failures pose a safety hazard, compromising your ability to control the vehicle.
    • Signs of failure include excessive bounce, fluid leakage leading to dripping, cupped tire wear, and visible component damage during inspections.
    • A completely failed shock or strut may exhibit issues such as hydraulic fluid leaks, uneven tire wear, unsafe driving conditions, knocking noises, rattles, and vehicle swaying, necessitating constant steering corrections.


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