HARTLEPOOL, U.K. — Aftermarket braking specialist TMD Friction UK has introduced six new brake pads and three new brake discs to its Mintex product portfolio, widening its vehicle coverage to meet the needs of the expanding vehicle parc.
The six new brake pads cover many popular passenger car and light commercial vehicle makes and models. New parts include pad MDB3389, fitting BMW 2 Coupe, 3 Series, 4 Coupe and Convertible, Z4 Roadster and Toyota Supra (all 2018-) cars.
Further introductions include brake pad part MDB3477, for Honda Jazz V (2020), and new part MDB3498 fits Tesla Model S and Model X (2013-) cars.
Additional new-to-range brake pads include MDB3470, fitting a wide range of vehicles including Audi A3 models, Cupra Formentor and Seat Leon, Ford Tourneo Connect, Skoda Octavia, plus Volkswagen Caddy and Golf vehicles (all 2019-).
Part MDB4312 provides a high-end brake pad for Mercedes-Benz Viano and Mixto vans and Vito bus models (2003-), while MDB3492 fits Hyundai Tucson and KIA Sportage (2020-) cars.
Mintex has also added three high-end brake discs to its range, including MDC3036C for Honda Jazz V (2020-), MDC3040C for Hyundai Tucson and Sonata X plus KIA Sportage (2020-) cars, and MDC3159C for MG ZS and ZS SUVs, as well as RX3 (2017-) models.
All Mintex brake pads and discs are designed to meet the exacting demands of complex modern braking systems. Each product is engineered to provide friction stability, comfort and consistently high performance over a wide temperature range and stopping distances.
The new references are accessible via the brand’s online catalogue Brakebook, by entering the Mintex part number. The expert search function also allows searching by product criteria such as width, height, thickness, drum diameter and many other criteria, making the identification of brake parts as easy as possible.
Mintex Brakebook allows users to create catalogues tailored to their individual requirements, whether for the entire product range, a selection of products or even for special models.
All new references have also been added to TecDoc and MAM cataloguing systems. For more information, click HERE.