Federal-Mogul Motorparts’ Wagner brand continues to expand its product offering to cover the industry’s most popular nameplates, across a variety of applications. During 2017 and the first quarter of 2018, Wagner introduced 462 new products. This includes brake pads, hydraulics and rotors and drums for some of today’s most popular North American, Asian and European vehicles.
Notably, since November, Wagner has released four new products in its Wagner QuickStop product line, providing coverage for four popular models: the 2018 Ford F-150 (ZD2087, front; and ZD1790A, rear) and Expedition (ZD1790A, rear); and the 2018 Toyota Camry (ZD2076, front) and C-HR (ZD1879A, rear). Specifically engineered to reduce noise-causing vibration, these application-specific brake pads are designed and tested to restore OE-like performance to customer vehicles, according to Federal-Mogul. With these additions, Wagner QS provides coverage for 99 percent of North American VIO.
Wagner also introduced 28 new part numbers for its Wagner OEX brake pad product line, providing patented, customized braking designs for millions of trucks, SUVs and CUVs in operation, bringing total coverage to 98 percent. According to Federal-Mogul, Wagner OEX can stop a truck SUV or CUV up to 50 feet sooner, based on independent testing.*
“Wagner remains at the forefront of the braking industry, not only leading with the availability of first-to-market replacement parts for today’s vehicles, but also with the engineering expertise to bring new, innovative and reliable products to technicians,” said Christopher Battershell, director, braking product management, North America, Federal-Mogul Motorparts. “Wagner has and will continue to aggressively expand its product offerings to provide installers with all the parts necessary to fix a vehicle’s brake system and return it to its peak performance level.”
To learn more about these and other Wagner solutions, contact a Wagner Brake supplier or Federal-Mogul representative or visit wagnerbrake.com.
* Results based on 60 mph post fade performance testing conducted by Link Engineering Co. comparing Wagner OEX brake pads to competitors’ brake pads on the 2014 Ford F-150, 2011 Toyota RAV4 and 2013 Chevrolet Tahoe.