How long do Acura brakes last? Depending on your driving style, Acura brake pads typically need to be replaced every 30,000 to 70,000 miles. That said, Acura brake service intervals can vary depending on what kind of driving you do. Take a moment to learn about the signs that your vehicle is in need of Acura brake service and more! Then, schedule an Acura service appointment at Rallye Acura in Roslyn if you feel your brakes require an inspection! We’ll inspect your Acura brake pads and hoses and ensure your car is safe to drive!
Following the recommended service intervals for your Acura will ensure that your brakes are being looked at by a technician on a regular basis. However, if you notice any of the following issues with your Acura brake pads or Acura brake system, we recommend making an appointment for an Acura brake service ASAP:
At Rallye Acura customers can expect the following from our Acura brake service:
Our certified technicians perform more than just Acura brake service. You can also check out Acura oil changes, Acura battery service, Acura tire service, and other maintenance services to ensure your Acura runs at its best for years to come.
When you bring in your Acura for brake service at Rallye Acura, you can always count on us to provide you with genuine Acura brake parts. These parts will perfectly fit your Acura model, are made with premium materials for increased durability come backed by a warranty, and never risk voiding your original manufacturer warranty.
Unlike the aftermarket parts you may find at a Manhasset corner shop, OEM Acura parts also don’t depreciate resale value! That’s because they’re the same parts that your vehicle was built with at the factory. So, when you replace a faulty part with a new version of the same component, your vehicle doesn’t lose any degree of quality!
At Rallye Acura, we offer our customers plenty of service and parts coupons to help you save on the essential services you need most, like staying on top of your Acura brake service intervals! Whether you require an Acura brake pad replacement or an Acura brakes inspection, there’s often an offer to help you service your Acura brakes at a price that can’t be beat!
Contact us today for more information about Acura brake service and to schedule your service appointment at our dealership near Garden City and Glen Cove. And while you’re here, explore more service tips for other helpful reads, like our overview of how many miles tires last, as well as how to check tire tread depth, and what tire numbers mean!