Bendix adds coverage for 50 million vehicles

Aug. 8, 2014
Honeywell Friction Materials, maker of Bendix and Stop by Honeywell brakes, has added 125 new model numbers in 2014 that cover more than 50 million U.S. vehicles.

Honeywell Friction Materials, maker of Bendix® and Stop by Honeywell brakes, has added 125 new model numbers in 2014 that cover more than 50 million U.S. vehicles on the road.

The coverage expansion includes disc pads and shoes, hydraulics and drums and rotors for popular late model vehicles, including Chevrolet Silverado, Ford F series Super-Duty trucks as well as popular Mercedes Benz, BMW, Acura and Audi models. In the second quarter, Bendix added 26 new model numbers that cover an additional 2.2 million U.S. vehicles.

To date, Bendix has added hardware to more than 50 SKU’s and plans to upgrade content on another 13 SKU’s in the third quarter. These combined efforts enable technicians to offer premium brake service on a wider range of new and late-model foreign and domestic vehicles. 

For more information on the latest part number releases and the full online parts application catalog, click on “Find a Part” from https://bendix.honeywell.com.

Honeywell Friction Materials, a business enterprise of Honeywell’s Transportation Systems business unit, is headquartered in Troy, Mich. Serving the independent aftermarket, products offered include Bendix brand friction and hard parts and Stop by Honeywell friction.

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