Wagner ThermoQuiet CeramicNXT Brake Pads Available For 2014 Jeep Cherokee

Wagner ThermoQuiet CeramicNXT Brake Pads Available For 2014 Jeep Cherokee

ThermoQuiet pads also introduced for popular late-model Acura, Ford and Honda applications.

SOUTHFIELD, Mich. – Federal-Mogul’s Wagner brake products brand has introduced into the aftermarket rear brake pads for 2014 Jeep Cherokee models. These Wagner ThermoQuiet CeramicNXT low-copper pads (No. QC1734) and three additional new pad sets for late-model applications are available immediately through leading automotive parts distributors.
 
Wagner ThermoQuiet CeramicNXT brake pads feature highly advanced Wagner OE21 low copper friction formulations, which, according to Federal-Mogul, are 35 percent quieter and offer 15 percent more stopping power and up to 40 percent greater fade resistance than previous Wagner ceramic formulations. Federal-Mogul states that the ThermoQuiet CeramicNXT pads represent the aftermarket industry’s first full-line offering of certified 2021-compliant, low-copper formulations.
 
The Wagner Brake brand also introduced Wagner ThermoQuiet CeramicNXT low-copper brake pad sets for the 2014 Acura RLX (rear, QC1698) and 2013 Honda Accord (front, QC1654), and ThermoQuiet pad sets (front, MX1611A) for 2013-2014 Ford Taurus SHO models.
 
“We are proud to extend the Wagner brand’s leadership in coverage and technology within the fast-emerging low copper friction category,” said Christopher Battershell, director, braking, North America, Federal-Mogul Vehicle Components segment. “Our first-to-market coverage is helping aftermarket service providers connect with new customers and deliver superior braking performance on a full range of late-model foreign nameplate and domestic applications.”
 
To learn more about these and other Wagner Brake products as well as recent legislation regarding the shift to low copper brake pads, contact your Wagner Brake supplier or visit www.WagnerBrake.com.
 
 

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