Delphi Technologies Aftermarket Intros 8 First-to-Market Brake Pads


Source: Delphi Technologies post

WARWICK, U.K. – Delphi Technologies has introduced eight additional first-to-market brake pads in its aftermarket braking program, further positioning the company as a first-mover supplier in Europe.

Building on a history of launching first-to-market solutions, these latest applications join the company’s brake pad line-up to offer more than 98.5 percent coverage for the European car parc.

Delphi Technologies quick off the mark braking program provides a huge advantage to its customers, allowing workshops to generate additional revenue by accessing the repair business on these newer vehicles sooner, increasing both profitability and customer retention.

New service opportunities now for new models

First announced in an eight-part series on both the company’s website and social media channels, Delphi Technologies added first-to-market coverage of the following:

Land Rover Discovery Sport/Range Rover Evoque (05/2019>), front pads
Opel/Vauxhall Movano (08/2019>), front pads
Opel/Vauxhall Movano (08/2019>), rear pads
DS 7 Crossback (05/2019>), front pads=
Hyundai i10 (09/2019>), front pads
A6 Allroad Quattro/A6 Quattro/A8 Quattro/Q7 Quattro/S8 Quattro (11/2019>), rear pads
Audi Q3/Q3 Sportback/Q3 Sportback Quattro, Volkswagen Tiguan (11/2019>), rear pads
Audi A6/A6 Quattro/A7 Sportback Quattro (01/2019>), rear pads

Related post:
Delphi Technologies Expands European Brake Program

“Pads are one of the first critical items to be replaced on a vehicle which is why we set ourselves ambitious targets to have new pads in range within six to 12 months of a vehicle’s launch,” said James Tibbert, EMEA Marketing Director, Delphi Technologies Aftermarket. “Being first-to-market ensures our aftermarket customers are well-positioned to access these new service opportunities with proven quality products.”

“As a manufacturer of the pioneering propulsion technology fitted as OE to many of these vehicles, we work hand-in-hand with the world’s leading automakers, years before launch,” adds Tibbert. “And by combining the best of both worlds – OE technological leadership and innovative aftermarket solutions – we can always be one step ahead on new product introductions coming to the aftermarket.”

The entire announcement can be viewed by clicking HERE.

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