Braking program renowned for quick aftermarket supply of quality parts
Delphi Technologies Aftermarket has announced the launch of two more first-to-market brake pad applications for the all-new 2020 Honda Jazz and 2019 Peugeot 208.
A Delphi Technologies spokesperson said: “With such high-profile applications, garages will want to keep these brake pads stocked and ready for the repair.
“And since we’re first-to-market, our customers can prepare for these new service opportunities well before their competition gets up to speed.”
The all-new 2020 Honda Jazz introduces the model’s fourth-generation with a smooth contour facelift and a new hybrid powertrain that will be sold exclusively across Europe.
It’s the first vehicle to carry ‘e:HEV’ branding, advancing Honda’s electrification goal for all mainstream models in Europe to feature electrified powertrains by 2022.
Delphi Technologies Aftermarket braking program offers 99.76 per cent Honda pad coverage in the EU, providing garages with OE quality parts to service any model type today and tomorrow.
The brand has extended its braking line-up for Japanese and Korean applications to cover over 99 per cent of the European parc on pads and 97.7 per cent on discs.
Meanwhile, the all-new 2019 Peugeot 208 is following in its previous generation’s footsteps, achieving over 224K in sales last year and maintaining its sixth place standing out of the top 25 selling cars in Europe.
The Delphi Technologies Aftermarket braking program offers 99.61 per cent Peugeot pad coverage in the EU.
The spokesperson added: “First-to-market applications provide our customers with new service opportunities before their competition, but our speed to market is just one of the benefits of Delphi Technologies Aftermarket braking program.
“We never put speed over quality, which is why our brake pads feature 100 per cent in-house friction manufacturing that’s been tested and proven against our competition.”
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