Momentum Releases New Part Numbers For AmeriBRAKES Line

Momentum Releases New Part Numbers For AmeriBRAKES Line

The part introductions add coverage for late-model vehicles such as the Ford Transit, VW Jetta and Audi A3 Quattro.

In January, Momentum USA released new part numbers for its AmeriBRAKES line of brake pads.

The part introductions add coverage for late-model vehicles such as the Ford Transit 150, 250 and 350 (2020-2021); Volkswagen Jetta (2019-2021); Audi A3 Quattro (2020); and Mercedes-Benz C300 (2015-2021).

“AmeriBRAKES brake pads are 100% manufactured and distributed in North America, allowing Momentum to be a consistent manufacturing and supply source regardless of global conditions,” the company said. “Each pad is expertly designed, formulated and engineered to deliver the best braking for all makes and models.”

AmeriBRAKES brake pads are designed using 100% copper-free formulations that meet and exceed 2025 regulations, according to the company.

For more information, visit ameribrakes.com or call 866-272-8330.

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