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Your brakes are one of the most important parts of your vehicle, so why take chances on re-built or inferior brake products? Genuine Lexus brake components are designed specifically to meet original factory specifications. From brake pads to calipers, rotors, drums and shoes, Genuine Lexus brake components help provide safety and durability.

How Much Do Lexus Brakes Cost?

This depends on if you are talking about the front or rear brakes. Front brake pads will typically cost a bit more at between $80-$100, but the tradeoff is that they tend to last longer. Your rear Lexus brake pads will usually run around $50-$100 each. You will want to have these replaced by a certified technician at Lexus of Orange County, so remember that there will be a charge for labor as well. However, with our competitive special offers on certified Lexus brake service, we've helped drivers from all over the greater Newburgh and Chester area to save on brake repair and replacement, and we'd love to do the same for you.

How Do I Know When To Replace My Lexus Brakes?

One indication is a burning smell that comes from the area of the brakes. You may also start to hear a squealing sound every time that you apply your brakes. This is an indication that your brake pads are worn thin, so you will want to visit our service center at Lexus of Orange County right away.

How Long Do Lexus Brake Pads Typically Last?

It depends on how often you drive your Lexus and your brake usage. Most drivers can usually count on between 30,000 and 70,000 miles of use out of their brakes. If you drive in stop-and-go traffic quite often, Lexus of Orange County recommends that you have your brakes checked more often.

 

Do the Front and Read Brake Pads on a Lexus Wear At the Same Rate?

Your front and rear brake pads will tend to wear at different rates. You will probably notice that your rear brakes wear out more quickly. This is because most vehicles today are rear-drive oriented, but that can differ depending on your Lexus vehicle's drivetrain.

Contact Lexus of Orange County if you have any questions about your brakes or schedule your next service appointment online today. We look forward to serving you soon.

Lexus of Orange County Wants to Answer Any Question You May Have About Your Lexus Car's Brakes

It should go without saying that the brakes are one of the most important components of your Lexus. Lexus of Orange County wants to remind you of how important it is to have your brakes checked regularly and to replace the brake pads when they are worn out. This will keep you safe while driving your luxury vehicle around Middletown, NY. To help you, here are some answers to the questions that we commonly get asked about Lexus brake repair and maintenance.


If you experience any of the signs below, your brakes may be worn and need immediate inspection.
  • The brake light is on. If the emergency brake is not engaged and your brake light is on, schedule an appointment with us to have your braking system thoroughly checked.
  • When pressed, the brake pedal almost reaches the floor. If your brake pedal goes almost to the floor when you press it, have us check your brakes immediately.
  • Your vehicle is taking longer than usual to stop. Have your brakes checked immediately if this is the case.
  • The brakes squeal or make a grinding sound. Brakes squeal when the brake pads are worn and need to be replaced. If the brake pads are completely worn, the rotors will begin to make a grinding sound. Bring your Lexus into the dealership for servicing if your brakes are squealing or making a grinding sound.
Schedule a Lexus brake inspection, service or repair at Lexus of Orange County to keep your vehicle safe.

Contact

Lexus of Orange County

3496 Route 6
Directions Middletown, NY 10940

  • Sales: 845-589-5424
  • Service: 845-589-5435
  • Parts: 845-589-5336

Hours

  • Monday 9:00AM - 8:00PM
  • Tuesday 9:00AM - 8:00PM
  • Wednesday 9:00AM - 8:00PM
  • Thursday 9:00AM - 8:00PM
  • Friday 9:00AM - 6:00PM
  • Saturday 9:00AM - 6:00PM
  • Sunday Closed

WHEN SHOULD YOU REPLACE YOUR BRAKE PADS?