The global Automotive Bushing market is expected to reach 7.56 billion USD by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR to 9.95 billion between 2017 and 2025.
A bushing or rubber bushing is a type of vibration isolator. It provides an interface between two parts, damping the energy transmitted through the bushing. A common application is in vehicle suspension systems, where a bushing made of rubber (or, more often, synthetic rubber or polyurethane) separates the faces of two metal objects while allowing a certain amount of movement. This movement allows the suspension parts to move freely, for example, when traveling over a large bump, while minimizing transmission of noise and small vibrations through to the chassis of the vehicle. A rubber bushing may also be described as a flexible mounting or antivibration mounting.
Anti-roll bar (US Sway bar) links and mountings
Shock absorber mountings
Double wishbone suspension assemblies
Gear stick for vehicles with a manual transmission
Most high-speed inline internal combustion engines are prone to torsional vibration of their crankshafts;