New Technology Improves Your Car's Look and Feel
Do you hate seeing rust on your cars wheels? Do you feel you are constantly paying a mechanic for new brakes on your car because they've rusted out? If you do, you're not alone, about 40% of vehicle owners (all makes, new and used combined) consider brake corrosion to be one of the top three things that bothers them most about their vehicle.
A new technology prevents brakes from rusting. It is called FNC Rotor Technology (Ferritic Nitro-Carborizing.) The FNC process hardens the brake rotor, doubling the amount of time before its first maintenance from 40K to 80K, and significantly reducing ugly brake dust on your shiny wheels.
We have soundbites describing how the technology works and b-roll showing it on some of the newest model vehicles.
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