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.
The additional brake calipers cover applications on a variety of vehicles including: Honda Accord (2008); Nissan Micra and Note (2010); Dacia Logan, Logan MCV and Sandero (2012); Renault Clio and Twingo (2012); Citroen C5, C6, DS4 and DS5 (2009); Peugeot 308, 407, 508, 508 sw and RCZ (2009); and finally, Ford Transit and Transit Custom (2012).
These new additions reflect Brake Engineering’s ‘Original Aftermarket’ promise, whereby it is committed to providing customers with complete, traceable braking solutions of excellent quality.
The braking specialist adheres to stringent procedures when remanufacturing a caliper, including identifying an acceptable core, and then taking it apart to remove and replace all worn parts with 100 percent brand new components including pistons, seals and sliders.
Each unit is only released into the market once it passes multi-stage high and low pressure tests, as used at OE level. The caliper is a vital component of Brake Engineering’s full line braking range, which also includes a complete range of discs, drums, pads, shoes and hydraulics.