Champion launches new braking portfolio

Published:  14 February, 2018

Federal-Mogul Motorparts’ Champion  brand has launched a new braking range to complement its existing aftermarket products portfolio. Champion’s braking range includes brake pads, brake discs and brake shoe kits, providing significant coverage of the European car parc. Champion now covers ignition, braking, lighting, filters and wipers. Ignition products include spark plugs, glow plugs, ignition coils, control units and wire sets. The filter range incorporates air, cabin, fuel and oil filters. Lighting consists of xenon, halogen and miniature lights. Wiper products include Aerovantage premium wipers, the Easyvision compact range and the Rainy Day value line.


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