- Value-added engineering: improved ease of installation
- Regularly replacing cabin air filters helps protect drivers and passengers from health risks caused by pollen, hazardous gases and fine dust
It is recommended that cabin air filters be replaced once every year. With pollen levels rising in spring, replacing the cabin air filters will help alleviate allergy symptoms and minimise health hazards resulting from dust, gases and grass pollen. MEYLE AG offers a full range of cabin air filters catering for a wide range of vehicle makes and models, including many VAG applications, such as Audi A3 (model years 2003-2012), Seat Leon/Toledo (model years 2004-2010), Skoda Octavia II, Superb II and VW Golf V/Golf VI models. All filters have been designed with ease of installation in mind. Offering a more flexible and made-to-measure design, the filter can now be installed much easier without the risk of tearing it.
Cabin air filters prevent airborne pollutants from entering the passenger compartment. Failure to regularly replace the filters may cause the filter elements to clog. The consequence: while overall airflow is limited, insufficiently cleaned air fills the vehicle cabin. As smog and smog-related health effects are becoming increasingly serious, regular replacement of the cabin air filters is all the more important. There are two factors determining filtering performance: accuracy of fit and quality of the filtration medium. A particulate filter retains small particles and a combination filter with activated carbon removes hazardous gases.
Designed with user friendliness in mind, MEYLE-ORIGINAL cabin air filters help save repair professionals precious time and effort.
The new cabin air filter (MEYLE no. 112 320 0011) is available for a wide range of Audi, Seat, Skoda and VW models and comes with step-by-step fitting instructions.