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New Raybestos® Brand Brake Rotors Released for Late Model Import Applications

Additional Coverage for More than 1.9 Million Vehicles in Operation

McHenry, IL — October 23, 2012  - Continuing to dominate the Aftermarket in first-to-market coverage… Raybestos® brand brake parts – a member of the Affinia family of brands – has added brake rotors to the Raybestos brakes catalog for the following 2005-2012 models:

Volvo C70 (2006-12), S40 (2005, 2009-12), V50 (2005-11)
•    P/N 980552R, Brake Rotor – Front

Mercedes Benz CL65 AMG (2005-2007), S65 AMG (2006)
•    P/N 980657, Brake Rotor – Rear

Infiniti M37 (2011-12), M56 (2011-12) and FX50 (2009-12)
•    P/N 980951, Brake Rotor – Rear

Honda Civic (2012)
•    P/N 980952R, Brake Rotor – Front

Hyundai Elantra (2011-12) and Veloster (2012)
•    P/N 980957R, Brake Rotor – Rear               

Raybestos Professional Grade rotors include many problem solver applications and provide the highest level of dependability, safety and performance. The OE-based designs provide the most complete application-specific line on the market.

For more information on Raybestos brand brake parts, visit or call 800-323-0354.

Raybestos® brand brake parts are produced by affiliated companies in Affinia’s Global Brake & Chassis Group, the leading manufacturer of braking systems in the transportation industry. The Raybestos brakes product line includes everything from brake drums to rotors, pads, shoes, calipers and hydraulic parts. Raybestos brand racing brakes are used by premier teams such as Joe Gibbs Racing, Roush Fenway Racing and Richard Petty Motorsports in NASCAR® competition. For more information about Raybestos brakes, visit

Affinia Group Inc. is an innovative global leader in the design, manufacture, distribution and marketing of industrial grade products and services, including extensive offerings of aftermarket parts for automotive and heavy-duty vehicles. With approximately $2.0 billion in annual revenue, Affinia has operations in North and South America, Europe and Asia. For more information, visit