Brake Engineering has extended its product range with the addition of five brake discs and two brake calipers.
The latest part numbers cover the following vehicles including: Hyundai i30 and Veloster (2011); Kia Ceed, Pro Ceed (2011) and Sorento (2006); Chevrolet Trax (2012); Peugeot 308 and 308SW (2013); Toyota Auris (2012); and. Vauxhall Mokka.
The extension is part of the brand’s “original aftermarket” campaign, which aims to demonstrate the company’s range development, customer service, stock profiling and marketing.
In total, Brake Engineering has launched 67 new parts covering 790 vehicle applications so far in 2015. This continual product development reflects the company’s commitment to offering complete braking solutions to its customers.
To support the launch of the new references, Brake Engineering is emphasising the importance of thoroughly cleaning the surface of the disc hub, including the removal of any surface dirt and grime, rust and corrosion, before fitting a new disc.
Brake Engineering’s brake disc product range is one of the most comprehensive available in the automotive aftermarket, providing exceptional performance, life and brake disc compatibility, with the additional comfort factor of reduced noise and judder.