ADVICS Releases New Toyota, Lexus Brake Pads

ADVICS Releases New Toyota, Lexus Brake Pads

This expansion adds coverage for approximately 5 million VIO to the existing product offering.

ADVICS, a member of the AISIN Group of companies, has expanded its brake-pad offerings with five new ADVICS OE brake pads.

This expansion adds coverage for approximately 5 million vehicles in operation to the existing product offering.

All five of the new brake-pad part numbers are original equipment, with coverage for 2019-2023 model-year Toyota and Lexus-brand vehicles.

“We consistently develop new offerings for our customers and are delighted to announce additional coverage for Toyota and Lexus models,” said Larrow Kaufman, senior manager for sales and marketing, Aisin Aftermarket North America. “All five part numbers are now ready for shipment.”

For more information about ADVICS and its advanced braking technology, visit http://advicsaftermarket.com.

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