How Much to Replace Brake Pads?
When it comes to your safety on the roads of Hopewell, there’s few components of your car that’s as important as your brakes. Keeping your brakes in tip top shape is important for your safety and the safety of others on the road around you. How much does it cost to replace brake pads? The Service Team at Land Rover Princeton is here to focus on that subject and more! Be sure to contact us if you have any questions, our online contact portal makes it easy to get in touch with our experts!
Signs You Need Brake Pads Replaced
Luckily, when it comes to replacing the brake pads, the symptoms are pretty distinct and easy to notice – you just need to know what you’re looking for. If you notice any of the following issues when braking during your Pennsylvania commute, it may be time to replace your brake pads:
- The brakes are making a squealing or squeaking sound
- The indicator light turns on
- Grinding metal sound
- Brake pedal vibrates
- The brake pads are less than 1/4 inch thick
So How Much Does it Cost to Replace Brake Pads?
Much like other automotive repair needs, the cost of brake pad replacement can vary from vehicle to vehicle and location to location. You can expect to pay between $100 and $300 per axle, with most vehicles coming in around the $150 range. Contact us for an estimate on brake pad replacement.
There are different types of brake pads to consider, too. Cheaper brake pads are typically made from organic materials, while higher-priced composite material brake pads are made from metals. While more expensive, the composite brake pads do provide better longevity and, oftentimes, better performance while slowing down on Mount Laurel roads..
Brakes vs. Brake Pads: What’s the Difference?
Although the terms ‘brakes’ and ‘brake pads’ are often used interchangeably, they actually refer to two distinct things. The term ‘brakes’ refers to the braking system as a whole, including the brake pads, rotors, discs, calipers, and other components. Brake pads, on the other hand, are an individual part of the brake system that’s used to apply pressure to the brake rotors or discs – thus bringing the vehicle to a stop.
Pennsylvania Drivers Trust Land Rover Princeton!
Our Service Center has return-customers from all over, including Pennsylvania! Why do people make the quick trip over to our location for maintenance and repairs? They know that we’re fairly priced, tenured professionals that can handle any job right – the first time! Pennsylvania drivers trust Land Rover Princeton, you should too! Make the drive to our dealership and we’ll make sure that your luxury vehicle is performing in top shape!
Schedule Brake Pad Replacement Easily!
Did you relate to some of the braking issues we mentioned earlier? It may be time for a brake pad inspection and replacement! Luckily the service team at Land Rover Princeton brings brand certified technicians to the table to take care of all your automotive needs – including brake work! It all starts with scheduling an appointment online! Once you’ve made your appointment, it’ll be time to take the short trip from South Brunswick to our fabulous showroom, where we’ll greet you with a smile!