If you are looking for a new brake pad for your car, you have come to the right place. Here at Black Diamond, we stock a wide range of brake pads. Our extensive collection of brake pads can accommodate practically any make and model of vehicle available on the roads today - from popular everyday makes such as BMW, Nissan and Audi, to more niche sports automotive brands like Caterham, AC and Dodge. So whether it's standard pads or predator pads that you are after, have a browse of our online store to find the right product for your exact vehicle.
Brake pads are an essential part of any vehicle's braking system and, without them, your car would not be able to halt or slow down effectively - meaning it would not be roadworthy. Brake pads that are wearing down will impact the performance of your vehicle, and you will likely be able to feel when they start to become less effective. They work when the brakes of your car are applied; the caliper squeezes the two pads on each wheel together against the spinning rotor. This slows or stops the motion of the wheel. If you feel your vehicle is not responding well to braking, it could be time to change your pads.
At Black Diamond, all of our brake pads are of the highest possible standard. Each pad has been made to meet the manufacturers' requirements to provide you with the highest performance and safest drive possible. We have access to an unrivalled selection of brake pads and other vehicle safety accessories and parts, meaning that we are able to offer you prices that are among the most competitive on the market. Many of our items are also offered at a discounted sale price, meaning even further savings for our customers.
When ordering vehicle parts as crucial as brake pads, we also understand how important it is that you receive your goods in as quick a timeframe as possible. That is why we offer next day delivery on many of our vehicle parts, where that item is in current stock. If you would like to order an item that is out of stock, we will display an estimated delivery time - or call us for further information. Likewise, on the unlikely occasion that you can not find what you are looking for here at Black Diamond, get in touch and we will do our best to help you source the item.
BMW's 3 series is its most successful car range, building on the success of the 2002 series that had done much to establish the German firm as an international brand. The 3 Series reinforced the brand's reputation in the UK as a 'driver's car' and is generally held to be the model to beat in the executive car market.
If you're lucky enough to own one of these swift and exceptional component cars then you'll be pleased to know that we stock a wide range of parts for all the models detailed below.
The earliest models, code-named BMW E21, were produced from 1975 to 1983 but only as a two-door saloon and well-kept examples are now considered classics. Well-respected coachbuilder Baur produced a 'targa'-style cabriolet conversion from 1978 to 1981.BMW E30
The next generation came in almost every possible body style as BMW gained confidence. A diesel engine was introduced for the first time, joining the six-cylinder petrol engines. Starting with a two-door saloon in 1982, four-door models come out in 1983 and a convertible in 1985. In 1986, the first M3 was introduced, followed in 1987 by the 'Touring', the first official estate car from BMW.
With the following generation, BMW plugged the remaining hole in the line-up by introducing a three-door hatchback, known as the 'Compact'. This joined the saloon, coupé, convertible and Touring estate. The BMW Z3 roadster was also based on the E36 platform.
The fourth generation ran from 1998 to 2006 and came in the same range of body styles, including the Compact. By now the 3 Series was consistently topping the 'Car of the Year' competitions around the world and was firmly established as the commercial traveller's car of choice as well as being popular with private buyers.
The fifth generation introduced separate codes for each different body style. Generally the range was referred to as E90 (the code for the four-door saloon) or E9X. The Touring took the E91 code, the Coupe was E92 and the Cabriolet was known as the E93.
The F series is the sixth and current generation, although the coupe and convertible version were hived off into a separate 4 Series. There are therefore only three codes - F30 for the saloon, F31 for the estate and F34 for the five-door fastback, marketed as the Gran Turismo.
We have fast UK delivery and ship worldwide too. With our price match promise, you can be sure of the best quality parts at the keenest prices. Why not shop for your BMW 3 Series parts today?
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From near bankruptcy in 1960 and fighting off acquisition by American Motors and the UK's Rootes Group, BMW has risen to become one of the most respected car brands in the world - producing more than 2 million vehicles for the first time in 2017.
A prestige brand, the range now covers every mainstream car niche and a few that the company has invented itself, like the fastback SUV crossovers now in the X range.
Although now known by the 1 to 8 Series branding, with some recent offshoots, our involvement with BMW starts with the 'New Class' models that rescued the company in the 60s and 70s. We still carry parts for the 1500 and its larger brothers, as well as the iconic 2002, the forerunner of the all-conquering 3 Series.
The 2002 and 3 Series established BMW as a drivers car brand although the 5 Series was the first modern 'Series' car, in 1972. The smaller 3 Series followed in 1975, the 6 Series coupe in 1976 and the larger 7 Series saloons in 1978. Smaller cars followed much later with the popular 1 Series.
In 1994 BMW had bought out the Rover Group which included the Land Rover and Mini brands. After six years BMW off-loaded the remnants of the group, retaining the Mini brand to launch a retro version in 2001. The fruits of Land Rover ownership were realised with the launch of the X5 SUV in 1999, a risky undertaking given BMW's reputation for sporting models. But it proved so successful that there are now 'X' version of every Series bar the 2 and 7 Series, and they are rumoured to be on the way.
Since 1972 the BMW Motorsport division has been producing high-performance versions of production cars alongside its race cars. There was some dabbling with an M535i in the very first 5 Series but it was with the M5, based on the second generation 5 Series, that the 'M for motorsport' variants really took off, following up with the iconic M3.
BMW has also been producing coupe versions of its saloons throughout its modern history. The company then introduced a proper mass-production two-seater sports car with the Z3 in 1995, followed by the Z4 in 2002.
BMW has also launched BMW I - a separate brand of all-electric cars which launched the i3 city car in 2013 and a full-on sports car, the i8, in 2014. It's also now possible to buy hybrid versions of cars in the 5, 2, 3 and 7 Series ranges, with more on the way.
With such a wide range of vehicles, with so many variants, it's no wonder that many parts suppliers can't cover the whole BMW range. But here we have parts for all models from the 1500 up to the latest electric cars.
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