Jaguar vehicles are renowned for their unique handling that offers an exciting driving experience on sharp corners. This can be credited to the vehicles' engines, specially-designed suspension systems, and of course the top-notch braking systems.
Those brakes do more than just help you obey traffic laws at a red light - they help keep your Jaguar (and more importantly, YOU) safe when you need to stop at a moment's notice, no matter if it is wildlife jumping out in front of you or some jerk who cuts you off in heavy traffic.
Over time, those brakes wear down and need to be replaced. Instead of trying to switch out those brake pads yourself - or bringing them to a mechanic who is not familiar with Jaguar vehicles - bring your Jaguar model right to us!
Here at Jaguar Fairfield, we do more than help you find your dream vehicle from our Jaguar inventory. We offer ongoing maintenance in our newly-built state-of-the-art service center to help you keep your dream vehicle happy and healthy - and running as perfectly as the day you bought it. In addition to working with highly-trained service technicians who know the ins and outs of each Jaguar vehicle, we have all the parts needed to get the job done so you can get back out on the road as soon as possible.
How Often Do I Need to Change My Jaguar Model's Brakes?
Honestly, this answer varies from driver to driver and their particular habits behind the wheel. If you encounter lots of stoplights during your commute or like to ride your brakes, your brakes will wear out quickly compared to other drivers. On average though, brakes will typically last 25,000 to 70,000 miles. You can usually tell that it is time to change your brakes when it takes longer for you to stop and you notice a squealing sound or vibrations when you apply the brakes.