Bosch Expands Braking and Rotating Machine Article Lines
Robert Bosch LLC added 21 parts to its aftermarket Article lineup in April 2017. Additions were made to the braking and rotating machine Article lines.
Bosch brake pads
One SKU has been added to the Bosch QuietCast brake pad Article line, extending coverage for late-model domestic vehicles. The new Bosch QuietCast brake pad set SKU includes a hardware kit.
Two SKUs have been added to the Bosch Blue Brake Pad Article line, featuring OE-style, multi-layer shims that provide superior noise dampening characteristics. They’re designed to deliver quality and performance and are ideal for the shop owner who is a “generalist” and is looking to provide customers with the best value. Bosch Blue Brake Pads come towel-wrapped on select applications for added protection and value.
The new SKUs extend coverage to over 569,000 late-model domestic vehicles in operation, including the 2015-2016 Ford Expedition, 2015-2016 Ford F-150 and 2015-2016 Lincoln Navigator.
Bosch rotating machines
Bosch has added 18 SKUs for remanufactured alternators and starters, covering late-model domestic, Asian, and European vehicles that are coming out of their warranty periods and are prime candidates for service in the aftermarket. The new SKUs extend coverage to 5.9 million vehicles in operation in the U.S.
Fifteen new SKUs for remanufactured alternators are now available for models including the 2013-2016 Ford Escape L4 Cyl. 2.0L, 2010-2015 Nissan Rogue L4 Cyl. 2.5L, 2013-2014 Ford F-150 V8 Cyl. 5.0L (225 AMPS) and more. Three new SKUs for remanufactured starters cover vehicles including the 2007-2012 Hyundai Elantra L4 Cyl. 2.0L, 2010-2011 Kia Soul L4 Cyl. 2.0L, 2008-2010 Infiniti G37 V6 Cyl. 3.7L and more.
The company says Bosch remanufactured starters and alternators are built with top-quality materials using the most advanced technology to withstand extreme heat, cold and high demand. They are 100% performance tested to last longer and deliver more reliable service.
For more information, visit the new Article communication section of the company's website.