Gabriel’s Go Campaign Competition.

If you baught any Gabriel Shock or Strut during the period of 1st March to the 30th June and registered your purchase, you could stand in line to win 1 of 4 BRAND NEW Toyota Etios Cross’ or 1 of 20 Moto Mia Enzo 150cc motor cycles for the motor/spares centre where you purchased your shocks during the promotion period 1st March to the 30th June 2015.

OUR LATEST WINNERS ARE

Toyota Etios Cross


Pete Roberts – 1st Toyota Etios Cross motor vehicle winner

Motorbike winning Fitment centres:


Fitment Centre Name Area/town
Beras  motor  spares Alberton
Kotwals Springs Springs
Supaquick Randburg
Hi Q Kempton park
Mickey’s Spares Centre cc Meyerton




Welcome to Gabriel South Africa!

 

Gabriel is a leading brand of Torre Automotive.

Torre Automotive sells premium branded products to the automotive aftermarket in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Its marketing, manufacturing, warehousing and distribution operations, based in Johannesburg and Cape Town in South Africa, serve a network of wholesale distributors across South Africa and into Africa. 


Gabriel
has a proud history of innovation and achievement stretching back to 1907 when Claude Foster – the automotive parts pioneer who founded Gabriel in Cleveland, Ohio, USA – developed and patented the first shock absorber called the “Snubber”.

The company continued to prosper in the suspension business, pioneering many more firsts – the first hydraulic shocks (1918), adjustable shocks (1956 and 1967), position and velocity sensitive shocks (1979), gas-charged twin tube shocks (1983) and velocity sensitive technology for shocks and struts (1996).

Gabriel first came to South Africa in 1935, importing all products from the US. Production in South Africa started in 1962 and some time later, in 1984, Gabriel South Africa made its own contribution to Gabriel’s innovative history with the design and manufacturer of the “gas springs” which were promptly adopted byGabriel plants worldwide.


Today
Gabriel South Africa employs nearly 300 staff members at its manufacturing plant in Retreat, Cape Town, producing shock absorbers, MacPherson struts, strut cartridges (pressurised and non-pressurised designs), and gas springs (Gabriel Gas Lift).