The A1 is the smallest model within Audi’s impressive range, however its compelling good looks, high-quality interior and finish allows the A1 to be a popular choice within the supermini market.
Practical and affordable, the Hyundai ix35 has certainly made it's mark in a highly competitive compact crossover market.
The Dacia Duster is one of the most affordable SUVs available on the market, with bags of space, it's no reason why the Duster is so popular.
Practical, efficient and value-for-money, the Skoda Fabia is most certainly an all-rounder.
The Suzuki Swift offers a mixture of practicality and decent drive and a popular contendor within the supermini market.
The BMW 5-Series combines style, technology and comfort to bring buyers a truly sophisticated driving experience.
The British made Jaguar XF certainly combines style, class and power with a premium feel, proving itself as a serious contender amongst its competition.
Functional, spacious and versatile - the Fiat Doblo is a well known people carrier.
For decades the Mercedes-Benz C-Class has been a top pick for buyers seeking leading technology and refinement with timeless style.
The VW Scirocco is a sleek and well-built coupe with power and classless appeal.
The Peugeot 208 is one of the stylish small cars on the market that mixes style with driving enjoyment at a decent value-for-money offering.
The CR-V name has been a mainstay of Honda’s line-up for over two decades and was one of the original compact SUV’s when it first launched back in 1995.
The much-loved Ford Fiesta is a long-established household name and is easily one of the best all-round hatchbacks on the market.
Citroën has long been synonymous with practicality, space and comfort and it’s exactly that recipe that has seen its MPV models rise to prominence.
The BMW 3-Series is one of the best all-rounders on the market today and a benchmark in the mid-size saloon category.
Launched over 25 years ago, the Mazda’s MX-5 has a heritage every bit as long and impressive as Comline.
Named after the beautiful Spanish town of Altea, SEATs compact MPV is a stylish, family-oriented five-seater that was introduced to SEATs range back in 2004.
Based on the ever popular Clio, the Renault Captur is one of the more recent additions to the crossover, SUV sector and one which has very quickly gained market share right across Europe.
The third generation Renault Mégane was launched back in 2008 with a far more grown-up and refined feel than its rump-heavy predecessor.
The second generation Honda Jazz made its debut at the Tokyo Motor Show back in 2007 and people were quick to notice considerable improvements from its predecessor.
Gone are the days where KIA was seen as a cheap and cheerful brand. The KIA line-up now boasts a range of quality models with genuine buyer appeal and desirability that has the mainstream European manufacturers truly worried.
The Vauxhall Mokka launched to market in 2012 priced well below its big brother, the Antara, in the brand’s vehicle line-up. Offering bold, chunky styling and ample practicality, the Mokka is a well-rounded compact crossover.
Manufactured since 1976, the Honda Accord is an undisputed all-rounder. It might not match the likes of the Audi A4 and BMW 3-Series in terms of desirability and driving appeal, but the Accord still has plenty to offer buyers in search of a trusty family car.
The VW Passat is a competent, comfortable and refined saloon that’s long been a firm favourite with company car drivers. Practicality, frugal engines and restrained, executive styling are the hallmarks of the Passat and this recipe has ensured consistently strong global sales for VW. The Passat is big business for VW and this also ensures an equally big opportunity for the aftermarket.
First debuted back in 1999, BMW’s X5 was the brand’s first ever SUV and was an instant hit with drivers all over Europe thanks to its commanding looks and comfortable, refined drive.
Nissan have a tremendous track-record when it comes to producing rugged and robust off-roaders and the X-Trail certainly doesn’t disappoint. The second generation model took a big step up from its predecessor offering revised engines, greater refinement and improved interior quality.
Would you Adam and Eve it?? In a market where image is everything, it’s Vauxhall that has taken personalisation to the next level with the Adam supermini. There are more individualisation options for the Adam than there are in a human fingerprint - Vauxhall estimates over a million different combinations!
The A3 has been in production since the mid-90s and the model remains a shining sales success for Audi almost 20 years on. Consistent annual sales of almost 200,000 units across Europe is more than impressive.
The second-generation Ford KA is built in Fiat's Tychy production facility in Poland alongside the Fiat Panda and the Fiat 500 on which it is based. Whilst it's the Fiat 500 that has become the city car of choice, there's still plenty of love from buyers for the blue oval's smallest car.
When Audi launched its A2 back in the year 2000 the car was acclaimed for being ahead of its time. A lightweight aluminium body and efficient engines made the A2 sharp, agile and economical, whilst the high roofline delivered passenger space aplenty.
The Civic has been around for a long time, since 1972 in fact, but in 2006 Honda made the decision to turn this historically conservative model into a futuristic-looking hatchback with styling like no other car on the market.
The Citroën C1 is a well-built, petite city car that shares a platform with the Peugeot 107 and Toyota Aygo. Launched in 2005, the C1 received a facelift in 2009 and again in 2012 to keep its styling very much ‘on-trend’.
When the PT Cruiser was initially launched back in 2000 it immediately attracted attention with its retro, hot-rod styling.
BMW first attempted to crack the hatchback market in 1994 with the 3-Series Compact, but ultimately failed to compete with established rivals such as the VW Golf. However, since returning to the segment with the 1-Series in 2004, BMW has seen far greater success and the 1-Series has become one of the best-selling vehicles in Europe.
Alfa Romeo is a hugely revered name within the automotive industry and the brand’s pedigree for producing attractive, desirable automobiles dates back well over 100 years.
When the original Yaris launched back in 1999 it caused quite a stir within the supermini sector and became an instant hit. Attractive styling, strong engines, practicality and an imaginative interior were just some of the qualities that the first-gen Yaris had to offer. Subsequent generations have aimed to build on the charm of the original and the present-day Yaris remains a solid, if unspectacular choice.
The Galaxy is the largest of four MPV models currently manufactured by Ford and is consistently one of the best-selling seven-seaters in Europe thanks to its practicality, build quality and sharp styling.
The Alfa Romeo MiTo is a petite, three-door supermini that effortlessly blends great equipment and safety features with low running costs and a big slice of Italian flair.
Toyota’s Land Cruiser is a practical, reliable, ‘old school’ 4x4 that’s built to last. Famed for its bulletproof persona, the Land Cruiser is the off-road weapon of choice for many. It also safely delivers many a child to and from schools up and down the land.
Since launching back in 2005, the third generation Fiat Punto has seen a number of cosmetic changes that have kept it looking fresh and stylish. In addition, the Punto offers drivers low running costs, excellent equipment levels and plenty of comfort as it looks to provide competition for heavyweight rivals the Ford Fiesta, Vauxhall Corsa and VW Polo.
Throughout its 35 years and six generations, the humble Vauxhall Astra has consistently found itself atop the best-sellers lists right across Europe. With its most recent facelift, the talented Astra has further improved and is now even better poised to challenge the ‘best in class’ Ford Focus and VW Golf.
The Seat Ibiza has always been a sharp looking supermini but the fourth-generation offers that little something extra in the styling department. This is no real surprise when you learn that it was Lamborghini’s former Head of Design, the fantastically named Luc Donckerwolke, who penned this particular model.
The Hyundai ix35 is yet another contender in the jam-packed urban crossover segment and aims to rival market-leading models such as the Nissan Qashqai and the KIA Sportage.
The Vauxhall Insignia is the successor to the Vectra, a car that had many detractors among the motoring press but was nonetheless a firm favourite with families and company car drivers.
Built alongside the Citroën Nemo and Fiat Fiorino, the Peugeot Bipper is a popular choice in the congested compact van sector.
Focussing more on younger drivers, the new Mercedes-Benz A-Class has dumped its frumpy MPV styling and is now a serious rival for the likes of the Audi A3, BMW 1-Series and VW Golf.
In 2014, Vauxhall ranked fifth in the list of best-selling van manufacturers. Whilst Ford remains the undisputed 'van daddy' in the UK, Vauxhall competes with Citroën, Peugeot and VW in a close battle for second place. There's is little doubt that Vauxhall is a growing force in the van market and that it's model range provides revenue opportunities for the aftermarket.
There is little disputing that the current, third–generation SEAT Leon is a truly excellent car. With its sophisticated looks, superb build quality, excellent performance, five-star NCAP rating and low running costs SEAT has delivered a car that genuinely rivals its esteemed cousin, the VW Golf.
In a class that often tends to put style before substance, the Škoda Fabia has established a reputation as being a no-nonsense, practical and comfortable choice.
Sharing the same platform as the Hyundai Accent, the KIA Rio is a comfortable, well equipped hatchback that combines decent economy with low running costs.
The VW Tiguan is a compact crossover vehicle based and built on the same platform as the ever-popular Golf. Launched in 2007, the Tiguan quickly became a favourite among European car buyers thanks to its blend of practicality, economy, performance and VW’s desirable brand image.
According to Fiat, buying a practical car for a growing family shouldn’t have to mean choosing something dull – this is the ideology behind its 500L.
Initially launched back in 1996, the Octavia was the car that effectively persuaded buyers to take Škoda seriously after years of ridicule.
Now in its fifth edition, the VW Polo is one of the most desirable superminis money can buy. With a strong combination of low running costs, practicality and first class build quality it’s no wonder the Polo is a permanent fixture among the top-sellers in this segment.
The Clio III is a chic supermini and an immensely popular model for the Renault brand. Fun and full of character, Renault sells the Clio by the boat load and has done ever since its launch way back in 1990.
The BMW M3 is definitive high-performance saloon. First introduced back in October 2000, this exhilarating machine offers genuine driving thrills thanks to razor-sharp, rear-wheel drive handling and BMW’s famed 50-50 weight distribution.
The Renault Kangoo has been one of the most popular compact vans on the market ever since its initial launch back in 1997. The Kangoo’s practicality, economy and comfortable drive have made it the ideal choice for businesses right across Europe.
The Citan (a play on the words ‘City’ and ‘Van’) is the first new Mercedes model to be launched into the Commercial Vehicle market since the Vito back in 1995.
The stylish KIA Picanto is an increasingly credible choice for city car buyers. Having been on the market for 11 years, the Picanto is a mainstay of the KIA model line-up and the current second-gen version, launched in 2011, has further boosted its popularity.
The Renault Scénic is the original compact MPV!!! Renault effectively created this segment with the introduction of the original Scenic back in 2003 but other manufacturer’s quickly followed suit. The Scénic now battles with the likes of the Ford C-Max and Citroën C4 Picasso for the compact MPV crown.
Proving once and for all that it’s hip to be square, the KIA Soul stands out from the crowd with a distinctive look that accomplishes being both boxy and surprisingly funky!
The Peugeot Partner is currently one of the best-selling small vans on the market and has secured a large following thanks to its simplicity, practicality and car-like dynamics. The Partner is the van of choice for many businesses across the country including numerous UK Motor Factors who rely on the Partner for their deliveries.
When it comes to family hatchbacks Peugeot has a long and successful heritage which dates all the way back to the mid 80’s. Despite a somewhat strange numbering sequence which saw Peugeot go backwards (309, 306, 307, 308??) the brand has continued to move forwards and remains a popular choice in the family hatchback segment.
With its desirable image and refined interior, the Audi A1 is an upmarket supermini with class aplenty! The prestigious Audi badge continues to command a premium and the A1 proves the old adage that ‘good things come in small packages’.
The Nissan Juke is a distinctive looking small car with a big personality! Its unconventional styling is more exaggerated than most of today’s mainstream cars and, since its launch back in 2010, the Juke has become common place in countries right across Europe!
The VW up! is one of the best small city-cars on the market today and has sold over 100,000 units each year since its initial launch! With its funky styling, an attractive price tag and VW’s in-built quality DNA, the up! has been a massive hit with urban drivers right across the continent.
The Audi A5 is a machine that simply oozes class. Its sleek, understated coupe lines and typical Audi refinement have made it a hugely popular choice for company car owners and families alike.
The Peugeot E7 is a purpose built taxi that is licensed to operate in 93% of local authority areas across the UK. Chances are if you’ve ever taken a taxi in one of the UK’s major cities then you’ve ridden in a Peugeot E7.
The DS4, the upmarket cousin of the C4, was the second model to launch under Citroën’s more premium DS sub-brand alongside the hugely popular DS3 supermini.
FACT: The Ford Fiesta is officially Britain’s best-selling car OF ALL TIME, with over 4 million being sold since the first model appeared in 1976! With this in mind it’s logical to make that case that the humble Fiesta is the single most important vehicle for the aftermarket.
‘Adam’ may be an odd choice of name for a car but that hasn’t stopped Vauxhall’s supermini becoming one of the most popular small cars in the UK. The Adam’s contemporary styling is undoubtedly one of its biggest strengths; you could make an argument for it being the best looking car in its class.
The Mini is one of the most iconic cars ever made and is still as popular now as it was when it first launched way back in 1959. The name of the vehicle might be ‘Mini’ but your business opportunity with Comline is anything but!
Designed as a compact city car, the Toyota Aygo has become a very familiar sight within urban areas since its release in 2005. In the nine years since its launch, the Aygo has undergone two facelifts (2009 and 2012) to keep it fresh, but Toyota has been sure to retain the tried and tested mix of low buying costs and frugal performance.
After taking a hiatus from the van sector, Vauxhall burst back onto the scene with the Movano. Produced in Luton, which is coincidently the home of Comline, the current Movano range is huge with a total of 29 different body styles on offer.
The Renault Kangoo is a popular choice among tradesmen in the UK owing to a diverse range of body styles and excellent versatility. Many businesses are dependent on the Kangoo and Comline is well equipped to keep them moving with a full range of pads and discs.
The Insignia has proved to be a hugely successful vehicle for Vauxhall since its launch in 2008. The replacement for the Vectra has gained popularity as both a family and company fleet vehicle.
It is widely considered that you don’t buy a Focus ST unless you are interested in both speed and performance – in excess of 220bhp going through the front wheels certainly makes for an engaging drive.
The Nissan Qashqai is unquestionably one of Europe’s favourite crossover vehicles and is arguably the car that started the entire crossover trend. Statistics published in the UK by the SMMT serve to underline just how popular the Qashqai has become. In 2013, Nissan’s UK-based manufacturing plant churned out 286,477 examples of the Qashqai, with over 80% of these being exported to mainland Europe and beyond.
Since its introduction almost 20 years ago the Audi A4 has proven to be an incredibly popular compact executive car. In fact, Audi have shifted over five million examples in the UK alone since its launch back in 1995. The A4 is a real bread winner for Audi and placing your trust in Comline replacement parts will also ensure it’s a bread winner for your business.
Since its launch back in 2010, the distinctive styling of the Nissan Juke has become a familiar sight on roads right across Europe. Its unique looks and strong dynamics found favour with younger buyers and have made the Juke a marked success for Nissan.
The Vauxhall Vivaro continues to be popular thanks to its proven mechanicals, comfortable cabin and broad range of options. The Vivaro is available in panel van, minibus, combined bus/van and platform crew-cab configurations.
The Mini is a true British icon and, whilst now owned and produced by BMW, the new generation of Mini still celebrates its British heritage. Sales of the Mini have been huge since its re-launch in 2001 with tens of thousands on the UK roads.
The Fiat 500 has been nothing short of a revelation since its launch to market back in 2007. Drawing inspiration from the pocket-sized 500 models of the 1950s, 60s and 70s the modern day iteration of the Fiat 500 mixes good looks, strong ergonomics and a rewarding drive. It’s no surprise then that Britain’s car loving public has gone crazy for them!
Since its launch in 1975, the BMW 3-Series has been the go-to compact executive vehicle in the UK market making it an extremely popular choice as a company car. BMW went back to basics with the fifth generation 3-Series, shrugging off any quirky styling to focus on what BMW do best - precision engineering and form following function.
f there were to be a supercar of the van world it would be the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and Comline offers a full friction range to keep these vehicles ‘sprinting’. Comline brake pads for the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter originate in our own production facilities and, like all of our pads, are ‘E’ Certified in line with ECE R90 regulations. As an added bonus, our Sprinter pads are also supplied with free wear leads as standard inside the box.
The medium-sized Vauxhall Astra has been a family favourite since 1979. The fifth generation, as featured here, appeared in 2004 and is generally regarded as a big advance on its predecessors. Comline’s offering for the Vauxhall Astra spans all product categories and each part is backed with the promise of quality parts at competitive pricing.
The VW Golf is a true motoring icon and a vehicle which continues to set the benchmark in its class. June 2013 saw the 30 millionth Golf roll off the production line, illustrating just how popular this model has been since its launch way back in 1974.
With a real dose of Italian flair, the Fiat Grande Punto is one of the most spacious and stylish small hatchbacks on the market. The Grande Punto is up against some stiff competition with heavyweights like the Ford Fiesta and Vauxhall Corsa in this category; however the Fiat has maintained a foothold in the market thanks to keen pricing and strong equipment levels.
The MiTo is the best-selling car in Alfa Romeo's range and, with its wide selection of engines and lengthy list of options to personalise the car, it’s easy to see why. The ‘baby Alfa’ is one of the most distinctive superminis on the market and its popularity ensures plenty of aftermarket demand. Comline has all the parts you need to profit from replacement parts for the MiTo!
The Transit is quite simply a motoring icon and Ford sells thousands of examples each year in all manner of shapes and styles. Similarly, Comline sells thousands of filters each year to customers here in the UK and in overseas markets. The Transit is certainly a model that we are fully equipped to cater for; in fact we can supply Comline filters for every model from 1991 to the present day.
When it comes to the Mini, Comline have got the full works! Since the re-launch by BMW in 2001, sales of the Mini have been huge and there are tens of thousands vehicles across all models on UK roads today.
The Toyota Prius is the undisputed leader when it comes to cutting edge hybrid technology. As the world’s most famous and best selling hybrid, now sitting at more than a decade old, the name Prius carries a formidable ‘eco’ reputation that its rivals still struggle to compete with.
Since its inception in 2007 the Peugeot Bipper has become a hugely popular choice in the compact van sector – evidence of this is how many are currently being put to good use in the automotive aftermarket!
Comline has a friction range that caters for both the Range Rover Sport and Land Rover Discovery. Interestingly both models actually share the same friction components, as illustrated by the 3-litre Turbo Diesel example.
The XF is Jaguar’s BMW 5-Series rival: a charismatic, modern, British alternative to the German brands that traditionally dominate the executive saloon sector. The XF has become a popular choice as a company car meaning there plenty on the road doing lots of miles. Like all Comline friction products, our range for the XF is manufactured to deliver absolute reliability and consistent braking performance.
The BMW X5 sets the benchmark in its category and Comline is on hand to offer complete friction and filtration ranges for this distinguished model. Each part is manufactured with a focus on delivering high quality and guaranteed reliability.
The Honda Jazz was created with pure practicality in mind and because of this, unsurprisingly the car caught on in a somewhat older market. Comline is on hand to supply friction and filtration parts for this popular little run-around, all of which rival Hondas celebrated reputation with strong reliability. Our obsession with quality at competitive prices makes Comline parts the perfect fit.
The Renault Kangoo is one of the most popular compact vans for UK tradesmen on the market and with its diverse range of body styles and excellent versatility, it's easy to see why. Comline offers a complete range of filters for the Kangoo, all of which benefit from a constant and meticulous development process to ensure quality and reliability.
The 207 is proof that Peugeot is still a master when it comes to small cars. It is one of their best-selling models ever and an extremely popular choice within the supermini class. Comline is well equipped to help cater for its demand by providing a high quality range of parts across our product categories.
In recent years, the reputation of Kia has changed immeasurably in the UK; rising from relative obscurity to become a credible and well established player in the UK automotive industry. One of the catalysts for this change was the Sorento. Allied Nippon offers a full range of brake pads for each Kia Sorento model dating right back to the original 2003 variant.
The most desirable family saloons tend to be premium-badged models from the likes of Audi, BMW and Mercedes however the Mazda 6 is a viable, more affordable and therefore popular alternative. Allied Nippon offers one of the biggest ‘E’ certified brake pad ranges in the world and, as the example model indicates, this includes a strong offering to cater for the Mazda 6.
The Vauxhall Astra has long been one of Europe’s favourite family cars, consistently sitting near the top of the sales charts since its launch way back in 1980. Comline offers a strong, all inclusive friction range for Astra models. Each part carries with it the Comline promise of consistently high quality and pricing that allows you to be competitive and get the sale.
The Cee’d is the first Kia model designed and built in Europe exclusively for the European market. Both generations of the Kia Cee’d are covered by the same Allied Nippon brake pads so the business opportunity on these numbers is huge!!! Our brake pads are competitively priced to give you a genuine margin opportunity. These numbers are sure to help your friction business suc-cee’d!
Now in its seventh generation, the VW Passat has been around since the 1970s and remains a strong contender in its class. Comline’s product range for the Passat includes some of our fastest moving part numbers. Each delivers against the Comline promise of high quality which results from utilising world class production facilities and exhaustive testing procedures.
Audi was relatively late to market with its Q5 midsize luxury crossover but, since debuting in 2009, it has gone on to be one of the undisputed class leaders. Like all vehicles branded with Audi’s iconic four rings the Q5 oozes quality. And quality is exactly what you get from Comline’s range of friction and filtration parts for the Q5.
Contemporary styling, strong dynamics and excellent economy are the hallmarks of the current-gen SEAT Ibiza. To capitalise on its popularity, Comline offers a fully comprehensive range for the SEAT Ibiza, including an extensive list of parts from our ever expanding Steering & Suspension catalogue.
The C3 is aimed at those looking for comfort and refinement rather than those who pretend to be a racing driver which has made the little Citroën a popular choice up and down the country. Another popular choice up and down the country is Comline’s range of over 1400 filters, which includes a complete offering for the Citroën C3. Like the vehicle itself, our filters are designed to deliver quality and reliability at an affordable price.
Since the launch of the original model in 1990, over 11.5 million examples of the Renault Clio have been sold in more than 115 countries worldwide. With plenty of Clio’s on the road, there are inevitably plenty in garages too. Comline is well equipped to cater for them, providing a range of high quality parts, each of which is backed by our always competitive pricing.
The VW Polo is one of the most desirable superminis money can buy thanks to a strong combination of build quality and practicality. Comline has developed a comprehensive range of aftermarket parts for the VW Polo. Each part number is backed by our commitment to quality and delivers against the Comline promise of always competitive pricing.
When it came to the launch of the MkVIII Civic, Honda was applauded for avoiding the temptation to tone down the product version, choosing instead to stick with the bold looks of the original concepts. Built here in the UK, the MkVIII Civic is a common sight on our roads, meaning friction and filtration for the vehicle is big business. Comline has got you covered with a complete product offering in both of these categories.
Originally launched in 1999, it's a testament to the design and engineering of the Audi TT that, 15 years later, it remains highly desirable and is arguably Britain’s most popular sports car. There is little out there that can compete with the complete package offered by an Audi TT, and similarly, there is little that can compete with Comline’s offering of high-quality products, first-class service and genuine value-for-money for your business.
Having been on sale for over 30 years, the Nissan Micra is a veteran supermini that's built a solid reputation based on great reliability. The Micra’s popularity makes them a staple of the aftermarket and they are a regular on the ramps of garages up and down the country. Comline is equipped to handle this demand and ready to support our customers with the right parts at the right time.
The VW Tiguan provides the high quality appeal of the Golf with the versatility of an SUV - a blend which has proved very popular with UK buyers. As the fourth best selling VW in the UK, Comline has you covered with a comprehensive range for the Tiguan.
Launching in 2009, the Citroën DS3 has been a runaway success with distinctive looks, an upmarket interior and entertaining driving experience at the heart of its appeal. Like all Comline products, our range for the Citroën DS3 is backed by our commitment to quality and our always competitive pricing. With tens of thousands of examples of this stylish supermini on our roads, make sure you’re well stocked with Comline.
With the three pointed star on its grille, the Vito delivers guaranteed quality. And guaranteed quality is exactly what you get from Comline friction and filtration parts for the Vito. Just like every other Comline part, our Vito components are precisely manufactured to ensure performance, reliability and ease of fitment.
Škoda has been selling more and more cars in recent years and it is models like the Superb that are the reason for this growth. Comline offers a comprehensive range for the Škoda Superb, all of which mirror its high-quality, high-value credentials.
The Accord has been a Honda staple for over three decades and, although not quite a class leader, it remains a popular choice with buyers looking for a solid, dependable family saloon. Comline offers a strong friction and filtration range for the Honda Accord. As with all Comline products, quality comes as standard with each part meticulously tested throughout the production process.
The Vauxhall Corsa has never attracted a great deal of acclaim from the motoring press but that hasn’t prevented it becoming a huge hit with the British public. With such popularity, the Corsa is food and drink for garages up and down the country and it’s therefore essential for Factors to be well stocked with parts. Comline has an array of options for the Corsa, including a full friction and filtration range.
The Scirocco name hadn't been seen on a new car since 1992 but, in 2008, it was resurrected to some acclaim by Volkswagen. More Sciroccos are found in the UK than in any other European market - over 37,000 have been sold here since its inception. Make sure you are able to keep up with this significant aftermarket demand by stocking Comline parts for the Scirocco.
When the Range Rover Evoque was launched in 2011, it quickly established itself as Land Rover’s best-selling car. With warranty periods on early models beginning to expire, Comline is equipped to handle aftermarket demand for Evoque friction components. Each part is thoroughly tested throughout the manufacturing process to ensure high quality and reliability.
With its radical, angular styling and unforgettable ass-shakin’ ad campaign, Renault divided opinion with the MkII variant of its Megane hatchback. The replacement third generation Megane, as featured here, is a far more conservative affair and subsequently less of a ‘Marmite’ car than its predecessor. But there’s certainly nothing ‘Marmite’ about Comline’s range of parts for the Renault Megane.
With a sales history dating back over 10 years there are thousands of Hyundai Santa Fe examples out on Britain’s roads and this ensures steady demand within the aftermarket for its replacement parts. Allied Nippon offers a full range of brake pads for each Santa Fe model dating back to the original 2001 variant.
Many businesses depend on their Dispatch vans and Comline is well placed with a comprehensive range of parts to keep the nation’s fleet running smoothly. Our focus on quality ensures that every product carrying the Comline name delivers performance and reliability. Comline parts for the Citroën Dispatch are no exception and, with pricing designed to be keenly competitive, provide a real opportunity to boost your LCV business.
With the current S60, any preconceived notions about Volvo’s being bland, boxy or boring are cast aside. This model shows that Volvo can produce a sporty saloon that feels edgy without compromising their well earned reputation for safety. To cater for the Volvo S60, Comline is right up to speed in offering a complete range of friction and filtration products.
The Land Rover Freelander is one of the most versatile cars in the world and, as such, has wide ranging appeal. The original marque was Europe’s best selling 4x4 for five years straight and, whilst the second generation never quite hit the dizzying heights of the Mk1, it nevertheless remained among the leaders in its class. Comline is primed to cater for Freelander aftermarket demand by delivering a strong range of friction and filtration products, each meticulously tested to ensure a strong performance for this robust ride.
Competing against the likes of Ford Focus and VW Golf is no easy task but it’s one that the Alfa Romeo Giulietta tackles with typical style. True to our ‘all makes’ ethos, Comline offers a range of friction and filtration parts to keep the Giulietta moving. Trusting Comline parts will ensure high-quality for your customers and superb margins for your business.
With sharp looks and a sporty driving experience the SEAT Leon is a car that genuinely excites, however, as you’d expect from a VW group vehicle it also offers a healthy dose of practicality. Comline parts for the Leon are readily available including a full range of friction and filtration, plus components from our fast growing range of steering and suspension.
Arriving back in 2009, the Skoda Yeti achieved immediate success by offering great value for money and huge amounts of practicality. To maintain the Yeti’s reliability, and in search of real value, many owners are looking to the aftermarket for replacement parts. Comline ticks both boxes with a range of high-quality components offering consistent, reliable performance and genuine value-for-money.
The Fiat Ducato might not be the first name that springs to mind when you think LCV but it’s one that nevertheless demands attention. Comline has developed a range of parts to keep the Ducato fleet moving and, as many of these options are also common to the Citroen Relay and Peugeot Boxer, they are some of our fastest moving LCV part numbers.
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