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Brake Engineers Release New Brake Calipers

Brake Engineers Release New Brake Calipers

Brake Engineering have added eight new brake calipers to their product range. This month’s new additions are a reflection of the business’ focus to develop and offer new products that are in high levels of demand across the garage and motor factors. Brake Engineering has been operating for more than 30 years and has earned a reputation for being one of the leading parts suppliers operating in the UK aftermarket.

The company was first established in 1981 and pioneered the re-manufacturing of brake calipers. Since then the company has grown into a full line brake supplier. They now manufactures, distributes and supplies braking solutions for the independent aftermarket. Due to the development of the automotive industry, all areas of the business have been designed to manage the increasing demands for new products.

Brake Engineering has become well known for their focus on range development, and offering new and high quality products. This constant development has allowed the company to remain a market leader and ensures that the company can offer a part that fits the constantly increasing vehicle industry.

The new products that have been released by Brake Engineering include coverage for the BMW X5 and X6 2007 models. The calipers in the new product line are also suited for the Audi A3, Volkswagen Golf and Golf SV, Seat Leon and the 201 model of the Skoda Octavia. Calipers for the Citroen C4 Grand Picasso and the C4 Picasso 2013 models and a new reference for the Mercedes Benz C200, C220 and E220 2014 models.

Brake Engineering have an Original Aftermarket Promise which states that the company is constantly carrying out extensive research to make sure that products introduced to the market meet the demand faced by garages and motor factors. As a result of this extensive development promise, over 30 different brake calipers have been introduced in 2017.

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