LONDON — Delphi Technologies, a brand of BorgWarner Inc, has announced the release of three first-to-market braking components for Jeep and BMW as part of its European aftermarket braking program.
The latest additions include front (Delphi reference BG9513C) and rear (Delphi reference BG5167C) brake discs for the Jeep Compass, Renegade. Front brake pads (Delphi reference LP3821) for the BMW M3, M4 Coupe, M4 xDrive Cabrio complete the latest round of first-to-market braking products from the quick-to-respond supplier.
“We’ve once again hit the ground running this year, with pads and discs for a diverse range of popular new models,” said Carl Lester, Global Product Line Manager at Delphi Technologies. “With market-leading coverage and by consistently supplying first-to-market applications, Delphi Technologies is an obvious first choice for workshops.”
The company has a track record of being the first-to-market premium quality braking parts to the aftermarket, allowing workshops to generate additional revenue by accessing the repair business on newer vehicles sooner, increasing profitability and customer retention.
Other first-to-markets braking references already released in 2023 include front brake pads (Delphi reference LP3713) for Mercedes-Benz GLC200, GLC220, GLC300, GLC400, S350, S400, S450, S500, S580, S580 Maybach 09/2020>; front brake pads (Delphi reference LP3854) for Hyundai Elantra 03/2020>; front brake pads (Delphi reference LP3679) for Audi RS6 Quattro, RS7 Sportback Quattro, RSQ8 Quattro 2019> and Porsche Cayenne 2020>.