The recently added ‘car fitting’ section on the Bremboparts website, reportedly provides information on the differing maintenance needs of Brembo’s range of brake products.
The company’s ‘car fitting’ section on its Bremboparts website, is designed to boost its customer experience. It claims to provide step-by-step procedures and instructions for replacing Brembo braking products. The company’s experience in braking systems allows it to not only offer an Aftermarket portfolio, but also to guide those who need supporting information with up-to-date knowledge.
As the market has evolved in recent years, the Aftermarket has seen the introduction of a variety of braking products, not always accompanied by the necessary information on their maintenance. As a provider of service-oriented solutions, Brembo places emphasis on ensuring that the needs of its customers are always met. To this end, the company has created a hub on its website, designed to provide customers with product information, including maintenance and safety.
Bremboparts is apparently becoming a suite of products and tools, and this latest section is part of the site’s improvement, as is the restyling of the navigation layout launched in early 2023. All these new functionalities and features are allegedly crucial to an improved user experience and to easy-to-use catalogue navigation.
It can be reached either via the QR code printed on the packaging of the products or by clicking in the support section of Bremboparts: Car fitting (bremboparts.com). Moreover, every product page is said to have the ‘assembly instructions’ link, which redirects to the corresponding fitting instruction page, which supposedly provides an interface to make installing and removing spare components a smooth process.
The car fitting section is available in English, Italian, French and German language versions. Soon, the company claims it will be translated into other regions’ languages in order to allow users to explore the page. In its 24 language versions, Bremboparts says it reached 1.6 million users in 2022.