Source: First Line Ltd. announcement

BANBURY, U.K. — Automotive aftermarket supplier, First Line Ltd., has expanded its product offering with 52 new references.

First Line Ltd. is meeting the needs of the constantly growing and aging car parc across the U.K., with constant innovation delivering a larger product offering than ever before.

In March, First Line Ltd. has introduced new parts across various product categories, from wheel bearing kits, steering and suspension, braking, clutches and filters.

Available in the expanded braking range this month are front and rear brake discs BBD7025S and BBD7026S for the 2010-17 BMW 5 Series with 2.0L, 2.5L petrol and 2.0L diesel engines.

New Wheel Bearing references for Volkswagen Group vehicles have been added, including the rear Wheel Bearing Kit FBK1526, to fit the most recent Seat Arona and Ibiza, Skoda Kamiq and Scala, and Volkswagen Polo and T-Cross models, all with 1.0L, 1.5L and 1.6L diesel engines.

First Line Ltd. has also launched new steering and suspension references this month for electric vehicles, including FDL7650, a stabilizer link to fit Volkswagen’s ID.3 and ID.4 models, and FCA7865, a suspension arm kit to fit the Tesla Model S 2015 onwards. For the Peugeot 208 E and Vauxhall Corsa E, ball joint FBJ5777 is now also available.

In March new uprated classic clutches were introduced to the Borg and Beck range, with HK5229HD for Jaguar E-TYPE 1961-1964, MK II 1959-1966, XK120 1950-1954 and XK150 1957-1960, and HK9636HD for MG’s 1967-1969 MGC model. These references are supplied with ball race bearings, instead of the traditional carbon bearings to provide a longer lasting solution for today’s driving style and environment.

All the company’s new-to-range products can be found in the online catalogue WebCat, allowing distributors access to the brand’s impressive portfolio of components, which can be looked-up by application or cross-reference at webcat.firstline.co.uk.

Motor factors and their garage customers can stay up to date with the company’s latest new-to-range parts by subscribing to email updates at www.firstlineltd.com/subscribe.