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Continental Now Offering European Coverage With ATE Brake Pads And Rotors

ATE Original Brake Pads and ATE Single Pack Rotors minimize noise and vibration, according to Continental Commercial Vehicles & Aftermarket.

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Continental Commercial Vehicles & Aftermarket now offers European application coverage with its ATE brake parts program, including ATE Original Brake Pads and ATE Single Pack Rotors.

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ATE Original Brake Pads deliver 88 percent coverage for European vehicles. Featuring leading brake technology, ATE Original Brake Pads are formulated to original equipment friction specifications and built and tested to meet or exceed the manufacturer’s standards, the company says. ATE Original Brake Pads are designed to instantly deliver maximum braking power without fade, squeal or judder. Continental adds that they are engineered for low heat transmission to prevent pedal failure. All brake pads are equipped with under layers and noise damping sheets to minimize noise during braking.

ATE Original Brake Pads provide coverage for European vehicles including Alfa Romeo, Audi, BMW, Jaguar, Land Rover, Mercedes-Benz, MINI, Porsche, Range Rover, Renault, Saab, smart, Volkswagen and Volvo.

ATE Single Pack Rotors also offer European coverage and are engineered to deliver exceptional braking performance with ultra-low noise and vibration, the company says. They feature material that matches the OE part as well as corrosion protection coating. ATE Single Pack Rotors are high temperature resistant and have full axle European coverage.

According to Dan Caciolo, head of product management for Continental Independent Aftermarket Powertrain & Brake Systems, “The combination of the ATE Original Brake Pads and the ATE Single Pack Rotors deliver the optimal comfort characteristics to ensure smooth operation, and the OE materials we use ensure long lasting performance. Our coverage for European vehicles is expanding every month.”

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For more information, visit ate-na.com.

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