NGK Spark Plugs
Since 1936, NGK Spark Plugs has been the world leader in innovation, technology, and premium quality in the manufacture of spark plugs for virtually every automotive manufacturer in the world. Today with state-of-the-art manufacturing and inventory facilities in Irvine, California, Sissonville, West Virginia, and Chicago, Illinois, NGK continues their advanced research and development programs to provide enhanced ignition and longer plug life.
- NGK® - Laser Iridium™ Spark PlugStarting at: $10.16$10.16
- NGK® - Laser Platinum™ Spark PlugStarting at: $9.29$9.29
- NGK® - Iridium IX™ Spark PlugStarting at: $10.16$10.16
- NGK® - G-Power™ Spark PlugStarting at: $4.47$4.47
- NGK® - V-Power™ Spark PlugStarting at: $2.86$2.86
- NGK® - Standard Spark PlugStarting at: $2.68$2.68
- NGK® - Glow PlugStarting at: $10.74$10.74
Thanks to their great commitment to excellence, the company achieved ISO 14001 and ISO/TS 16949 certification and built a reputation for quality and reliability worldwide. This commitment continues to be the driving force behind NGK’s product development, enabling the company to provide customers with the finest products possible, including but not limited to spark plugs for motorcycles, power sports, marine, and small engines.
In addition to spark plugs, the company also offers complimentary product lines including resistor caps, spark plug wires, and high performance cables. To introduce their innovations to a large audience, NGK takes part in various shows and events, including Automotive Aftermarket’s premier event, the Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo, the SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) show, North American International Auto Show, etc.
Constantly researching and developing new ignition solutions, the company has won a number of prestigious awards such as the 2010 VOLVO Supplier Award. NGK was one of the seven suppliers out of a possible 1500 who won this award. NGK Spark Plugs, Inc. also received the General Motors 2009 Supplier of the Year award for the ninth time for their significant contributions to GM’s global product and performance achievements.
| Posted by Jose | (Vidalia, LA)
It's a good product. Having changed a zillion spark plugs since the 1960's, all I can tell you is do it when it starts running bad replace it. You can't put a time on it like once a year or two years, it just depends on how you run it.
| Posted by Stephen G. | (Shelby, NC)
This is an outstanding quality, original equipment spark plug that will give new life to your gasoline motor. This one in particular went into my Honda Civic. I noticed an immediate improvement in smoothness and starting after installation. I've never had any quality issues with any NGK plug I've used over the years - quality is top notch. Be sure to size the gap to your particular application, however, as the factory gap is not universal to all motors. (unlike some modern automotive plugs that are pre-gapped to a specific distance and are not meant to be adjusted).
| Posted by Michael | (Mobile, AL)
Exact spark plugs as the one originally installed in my vehicle. Plugs are pre-gap. Just remove the old plugs and install the new. The original spark plugs I removed has 108,000 on it and still looks good. Since it's the exact replacement, It should function the same way as long as tightened/installed properly.
| Posted by Allen | (Kennesaw, GA)
Spark plug is a direct replacement for same brand and model plug that has gone 100,000 miles in 8 years in 2005 vehicle. New plug: (1) pre-gapped to correct specifications (2) it already has special plating called Trivalent plating, so NO anti-seize needs to be used. Old plug: (a) Very durable - spark plug gap had little wear for having gone 100,000 miles (2) plug was NOT seizing in the engine; easy to remove.