Fiat Offering Original Brake Products at Lower Prices in the UK

A new range of original equipment brake products has been unveiled by the manufacturer’s dealer network and should help Fiat lovers keep their cars safe, original and affordable. Among the latest offerings are an extended range of brake pad and disc kits, which allow the network to reduce the fitted price of replacement brake parts by up to 44 percent.

The kits are now available on around half the Fiat and Alfa Romeo car parc and include Grande Punto, Panda, 500 and Bravo, along with Alfa Romeo’s 147 and MiTo models, with an average price reduction of 29 percent across the range.
A new collection of original equipment brake pads and separate fitting kits has also been launched, reducing the price of a replacement pad procedure by as much as 53 percent.

Additionally, to help customers with cars no longer in production, the brake kit line-up is completed with a Magneti Marelli range, called Classic Line, which covers out-of-production models and reduces prices by up to 70 per cent. The range includes popular models such as Alfa 156, Fiat Punto and Fiat Ulysse.

“I’m delighted we have been able to bring down the prices of these important parts,” says Rob Calver, parts and services director, Fiat Group Automobiles UK. “It means that Fiat’s authorised dealer network is now competitive in price with the aftermarket, offering even greater value and peace of mind for customers. There’s no better place for customers to keep their Fiat and Alfa checked, repaired and operating to its optimum performance, than an official dealer.”

Here’s list of prices for fitted kits:
  • Fiat Panda – from £136 inc VAT
  • 500 – from £128 inc VAT
  • Grande Punto – from £176 inc VAT
  • Bravo – from £193 inc VAT
  • Alfa 147 – £211 inc VAT
  • Alfa MiTo – £191 inc VAT
  • Alfa 156 – £178 inc VAT
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