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Brembo named best brand by magazines

Posted on April 17, 2013

Brembo high-performance braking systems have been named “Best Brand 2013” by readers of several automotive magazines in Europe, according to Brembo SpA. Readers of Motorrad, Auto Motor und Sport and Auto Bild magazines completed the surveys.

Readers of Motorrad, a magazine for motorcycle enthusiasts, named Brembo as their favorite brand among brake pad manufacturers for the seventh consecutive year. Over 77% of readers chose Brembo as their “Best Brand 2013.”

Brembo also came out on top of the ranking for readers of Auto Motor und Sport, a German motoring magazine. Brembo claimed the “Best Brand 2013” spot in the car braking systems field thanks to a 65% majority, seven percentage points ahead of the second place finisher.

Readers of Auto Bild, a car magazine, awarded Brembo the “Best Brand 2013” honor in the brake category with 67% of the vote.

For more information, visit the company’s website.

Related Topics: Brembo braking systems, Brembo SpA

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