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Federal-Mogul Introduces Wagner ThermoQuiet Ceramic Brake Pads For Popular Late-Model Foreign Nameplate Models



Front ceramic pad sets now available for 2012 Honda Civic, Fiat 500 and 2011 Subaru Impreza.
 

SOUTHFIELD, Mich. — Federal-Mogul has expanded its Wagner ThermoQuiet Ceramic line of replacement brake pads with three new front pad sets now available for 2012 Honda Civic, Fiat 500 models and the 2011 Subaru Impreza. Federal-Mogul’s Wagner Brake team introduces new late-model coverage each month to help automotive service businesses address the brake repair needs of today’s most popular foreign nameplate and domestic vehicles.

Available through leading parts providers throughout North America, Wagner ThermoQuiet brake pads feature proprietary, application-specific formulations developed within Federal-Mogul’s global friction technology network. Each pad also includes the company’s award-winning Integrally Molded Insulator (IMI) one-piece design and unique Wagner EDGE Laser-Shaped Friction technology, which help ensure superior stopping performance and quieter operation on a full range of foreign nameplate and domestic models, the company says.

“Wagner ThermoQuiet premium brake pads help restore braking system performance while providing superior stopping power and less dust,” said Wagner Brake Product Manager Walt Keating. “Expanding our late-model application coverage helps ensure that shops have the right pads to service their customers’ vehicles.”

For more information regarding Wagner ThermoQuiet brake pads and other Wagner friction solutions, contact your Wagner Brake supplier or visit www.TQbrakepads.com. For smartphone users, Federal-Mogul also offers www.TQbrakes.mobi. To identify the right ThermoQuiet pads for virtually any popular application, use the free www.FMe-cat.com eCatalog.













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