An in-depth look by Bendix

European cars are packed with the latest technology and safety innovations, however there is often a view that they can be difficult and expensive to maintain unless using original equipment quality parts.
The braking system on a European car is engineered for the high speed highways and roads of Europe as well as challenging winter road conditions. Whilst most come fitted with brake pads that provide for amazingly effective stopping power, the trade-off is high levels of brake dust on the wheels.
Bendix says its Euro+ brake pads are formulated and engineered to provide the same stopping power as those originally fitted and have been both exhaustively road and laboratory tested to perform to the same level without the brake dust.
Each set of Bendix Euro+ brake pads comes with all the right shims, clips and bolts for a straight forward headache free installation for the mechanic. Included with the Euro+ brake pads are the most popular brake wear sensors for cars that require these. Fitting most European cars sold in Australia the Bendix brake sensors are designed to be a direct OEM replacement and come with grommets hooks or clips for ease of installation.
Specially coated shims ensure unrivalled smooth and quiet braking and the Euro+ pad features the Bendix Blue Titanium stripe allowing full braking performance instantly after installation without the need to bed the brakes in.
Bendix Euro+ brake pads meet strict ECE Regulation 90 which means that the frictional characteristics deviate from OEM standards by no more than 15 percent. ECE regulation 90 tests the Euro+ for braking capability, speed sensitivity and cold performance with other tests including burnishing and performance checks.
Bendix Euro+ brake pads are guaranteed to provide optimum performance braking synergy and driving comfort that meets and exceeds OEM brake pads for European cars, providing peace of mind for the workshop and the motorist.

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