Brake Engineering, one of the aftermarket’s leading braking specialists, has applauded the government’s decision to maintain the current MOT frequency, with a vehicle’s first test taking place at three years and then one year thereafter.
Brake Engineering has extended its aftermarket portfolio by introducing several new additions across its product range for passenger cars and LCVs, including new brake calipers, pads and shoe sets. The braking specialist continues to launch new products regularly, steadily increasing its vehicle parc coverage as it remains committed to ensuring optimum customer satisfaction.
Eight new brake calipers have been added to Brake Engineering’s product range this month, underlining the brand’s commitment to bringing to market products that are in demand at both garages and motor factors.
The new introductions include coverage for BMW X5 and X6 (2007), as well as Audi A3, Volkswagen Golf and Golf SV, Seat Leon, and Skoda Octavia (2012).
Brake Engineering has introduced eight new painted brake calipers to its extensive range covering Audi, Volkswagen and Skoda vehicles. The additional brake calipers include six new black calipers for the Audi S5 (2007) and S6 (2006), as well as the Volkswagen Phaeton (2003). Two new red calipers also feature to cover the Skoda Octavia and Volkswagen Golf (2012).
Brake Engineering has introduced eight new brake calipers and one pair of brake discs to its range. The additional brake calipers are part of Brake Engineering’s original colour painted caliper range for the independent aftermarket and include two new grey painted calipers for the Vauxhall Insignia (2009) and four new black painted calipers for Audi A6, A7, RS6, RS7, S6 and S7 (2010), and S4 (2009).
Brake Engineering has released a number of new technical bulletins offering specialist advice on a wide range of the brand’s calipers and wheel cylinders, including information on product identification and the intricate differences of each part number.
Brake Engineering has added 10 new brake calipers to its ever-expanding range, all offering excellent European vehicle coverage. The braking specialist introduces new-to-range products into its range regularly to ensure its vehicle coverage continues to grow and customer demand is consistently met.
Brake Engineering’s Original Aftermarket has received a great response at the Auto Trade Expo, held recently at Citywest Exhibition Centre, Dublin. The braking supplier demonstrated its full product range to Ireland’s busy aftermarket show while promoting its ‘Original Aftermarket’ campaign to the high number of motor factors, technicians and apprentices in attendance.
Brake Engineering has launched a range of original colour painted calipers for the independent aftermarket. The new brake calipers have been specially designed to match the caliper colour originally fitted on a vehicle making the process more efficient for technicians and offering additional reassurance that the part will fit first time, every time.
Brake Engineering has extended its product range by introducing six new brake calipers and one additional wheel cylinder. The braking specialist continues to launch new products each month covering an even wider vehicle parc as it remains committed to securing optimum customer satisfaction. The latest additions to its caliper range cover both left- and right-hand […]
Gary Ponsford, East Kent Components managing director, states that suppliers must work closely with motor factor staff to ensure they can put across a brand’s messages, but also fuel development and skills in motor factoring.
Brake Engineering has launched a new, responsive website, designed to continue and develop the braking supplier’s Original Aftermarket initiative. The website provides exclusive information about the company, as well as regular updates from the braking brand, including new-to-range product introductions and events. Customers can also access Brake Engineering’s dedicated customer portal, where they can purchase […]
Brake Engineering has added six new brake calipers, as well as one pair of brake discs and one brake pad set to its extensive product range, reflecting its commitment to constantly develop its offering to meet customer requirements.