Brake Maintenance

Brake Maintenance at Prime Mazda – Norwood

Zipping around town in your Mazda vehicle is a uniquely thrilling
experience, but you need your brakes to be in good shape to fully enjoy
the ride. After all, going is only good if you can also stop. Luckily,
you can keep your brakes in tip-top shape with regular brake maintenance
here at Prime Mazda – Norwood. If you want to know more about tending
to your brakes at our service center, feel free to contact us.

The Benefits of Brake Repair & Maintenance

Routine brake repair & maintenance is critical to your vehicles health. Brake maintenance ensures that your vehicle comes to a complete stop which prevents future collisions and achieves driver safety. In addition, routine maintenance also works to increase the longevity of your new Mazda or used car.

Pickup, Delivery, & Contact Free Brake Options

Are you in need of brake repair or maintenance, but are concerned with leaving home? The team at Prime Mazda – Norwood can help! Contact our service team, explain your brake needs, and we’ll create a personalized contact free delivery experience just for you.

Your Brake Questions Answered!    

When do I need to have my brakes checked?

You should have your brakes checked at least twice a year. Getting a brake inspection every six months or so can help you uncover potential problems before they get worse.

How long does it take to have my brakes repaired?

It depends on which parts of your brakes need to be replaced. Service typically brake service takes 15 minutes to an hour, so you won’t have to wait long either way.

What is the difference between brake pads and rotors?

Brake pads & rotors work together. Rotors are the disc-shaped parts of your brake system. Brake pads are the parts that press against the rotors to slow or stop your car’s wheels as you drive around Dedham.

How long do brake pads and rotors last?

Brake pad & rotor longevity varies greatly depending on how you drive. Brake pads last for about 50,000 miles on average, while rotors can last for 30,000 to 70,000 miles. These wide windows are one of the reasons why regular brake checks are important.

When should my car get new brakes?

If you experience any unusual sounds or feelings when you brake while driving around the Boston area, you might need new brakes. Squealing brakes, spongy brake pedals, and your car pulling to one side are all strong indicators that you need new brakes.

How much do new brakes cost?

Cost for brake repair varies depending on the parts.We recommend that you reach out to a member of a service team to discuss individual needs.

Do you offer brake repair specials?

Yes! We currently offer specials on brake repair & maintenance. Contact our Mazda service center to learn more.

Are you looking for quality brake repair & maintenance needs?

Drivers around the Dedham,
Westwood, & Braintree, MA. areas can find brake repair & maintenance at Prime Mazda Norwood. We even offer contactless pickup and delivery, so please feel free to reach out to us to find out more.

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