Pagid bolsters brake range

Published:  25 June, 2018

Pagid has added 20 new product lines to its range so far in 2018, further extending its aftermarket coverage. The update sees additions for the front brake pads on the VW Arteon (2017 -) and the BMW i8 plug-in hybrid (2014 -). It also has new brake disc applications for the Nissan Navarra (NP300 2015) and the Renault Megane (2016 -). The Pagid aftermarket brake range covers passenger cars, light commercial vehicles and EVs and caters for 99% of the UK’s vehicle parc. It is exclusively available through Euro Car Parts.
www.pagid.com/brakebook

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