Motaquip adds two new products to wiper blade line-up


Automotive parts brand, Motaquip has relaunched its wiper blade line-up, establishing two new product lines.

They are: Hydroglide – a premium range of blades featuring the latest state-of-the-art technologies with LHD applications for export markets, and – eQuip, a focused, value-conscious package delivering Motaquip-quality standard blades across all popular blade lengths.

Catering for a wide range of consumers, Motaquip’s all-new, wiper package services 95 per cent of European, Japanese and Korean passenger cars and delivers the brand’s core values of premium quality and exceptional performance.

Motaquip Hydroglide delivers a broad spectrum of options including conventional blades, flat blade sets, retrofit, universal fit, hybrid and rear blades. Original Equipment (OE) levels of performance and quality are assured thanks to the use of premium quality materials and world class manufacturing, attributes which combine to deliver silent, smear-free operation, proven durability and quick, easy, flawless fitment. Striking in design, this quality range comes complete with fitting videos which are available through the Motaquip website or via a QR code found on the outer packaging.

The eQuip range offers a quality standard blade option across 13 essential wiper types with sizes ranging from 330mm (13 inch) up to 700mm (28 inch). Designed to meet a value-conscious price point, each streamlined, metal construction blade offers quick, easy installation and no-nonsense performance.

“We are delighted to bring to market our all-new, dual-range wiper blade package,” said Peter Cox, Motaquip General Manager. “This offering has been designed with quality and performance at its core and provides options aplenty for those customers wishing to upgrade their wipers to a premium product, utilising the very latest technology. The sheer breadth and quality on offer means Motaquip can confidently claim to be at the cutting edge of the wiper blade market.”

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