New Products Continue to Define Original Aftermarket ApproachBy Shquila | Published on Sep 21,2015
September 17, 2015 By Angela Neale
Brake Engineering is building on its Original Aftermarket approach by adding a number of new products to its entire braking range, focusing not just on first to market parts, but on developing “aftermarket” ranges that are relevant to the vehicles in independent garages.
Sixteen new parts have been added to the Brake Engineering range covering more than 45 vehicle applications. This includes nine brake discs, four calipers, two brake hoses and one master cylinder.
Vehicle marques covered in the range extension include: Alfa Romeo, BMW, Citroen, Fiat, Honda, Hyundai, Iveco, Mazda, Mercedes-Benz, Peugeot, Suzuki and Toyota.
The ages of vehicle models covered range from 2005 to 2013, underpinning the company’s engineering expertise and dedication to refining ranges in order to provide customers with a complete braking unit solution.
Brake Engineering’s Pareto, featuring the top part numbers for all braking product groups, is known to be the most in-depth in the market. It includes an analysis of each part number’s popularity over the past three years’, comprehensive cross-referencing and full vehicle make and model descriptions.
So far in 2015, Brake Engineering has introduced 60 new references across its ranges of brake calipers, discs, drums, hoses and master cylinders covering 718 vehicle applications.