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How Much Do Brakes Cost?

 
average costAt a Repair Shop: $130-$800 per axlehigh costAt a Car Dealership: $350-$850 per axle
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Brake pads can last tens of thousands of miles but they wear down over time, and should be inspected and replaced when needed.

Brake rotors/discs (the part the pads rub against to stop the vehicle) may last through two or three sets of pads before needing to be replaced; slightly scratched rotors can sometimes be resurfaced (shaving off enough metal to make them smooth again).

A brake caliper holds the brake pad and piston in place around the rotor; a caliper typically lasts longer than pads or rotors, but may need replacing if sticking or leaking brake fluid.

Typical costs:

  • Brake repairs typically cost $130-$900 per axle, depending on the make and model of the vehicle and what is included -- whether it is only a basic inspection and brake pad replacement or if it includes replacing pads and either resurfacing or replacing rotors; or if it includes pads, rotors, calipers and flushing the brake fluid system. Prices are typically higher at car dealerships than at standard repair shops (such as independent or chain car-repair companies, or muffler or tire shops).
  • For example, from 2010 to 2012 CostHelper readers reported paying $140-$799 for an average of $349 for brake repairs on one axle in standard repair shops; or $350-$850 at dealerships for an average of $504.
  • For work on front and back brakes, CostHelper readers reported paying $273-$1,025 for an average of $567 at standard repair shops, or $280-$935 for an average of $578 at dealerships.
  • Repairs tend to be more expensive on vehicles with higher initial purchase prices; these sometimes have more complex systems that require more labor. For example, a CostHelper reader reported paying $965 for front and back brake pads and front rotors on a Mercedes.
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What should be included:
  • A brake job typically includes road testing the vehicle to check its current operating condition; removing the wheels and inspecting the brake pads, rotors, bearings and calipers; inspecting and/or replacing brake hoses, mounting clips, anti-rattle shims and brake pads; cleaning the components; inspecting and possibly resurfacing or replacing the brake rotors; and cleaning and repacking bearings. Nevada Mobile Automotive service describes what should be included[1] .
  • Most front-wheel drive cars have hub bearings, which are typically inspected and replaced if necessary, rather than being serviced. Some vehicles also require a hydraulic brake system flush.
  • Brakes may need to be replaced when the wheels make a high-pitched screeching or grinding noise; if the brakes fail to slow or stop the car normally; if the brake pedal slowly drops to the floor after the brakes are engaged; if the vehicle pulls to one side while braking; or if vibrations can be felt from the pedal while the brakes are applied. DriverSide.com explains how to know[2] when it is time to change brake pads.
Discounts:
  • Some repair shops offer discounts for AAA[3] members.
  • Edmunds provides do-it-yourself instructions[4] for replacing brake pads, calling it an "easier-than-expected DIY project" that requires standard tools and takes about an hour, for a savings of about $250 in labor costs on most cars. CostHelper readers report paying $23-$285 for an average of $104 for materials for brakes on one axle, and $135-$439 for all parts for both front and back brakes, for an average of $304.
  • CostHelper readers who bought the needed replacement parts and then paid a mobile mechanic or one at a local shop or gas station to install them report total costs of $80-$430, for an average of $251.
Shopping for brakes:
  • Ask for details about why the brake parts need replacing, and the quality of the replacements (whether they are made by the original vehicle manufacturer or are manufactured by another company). The Family Handyman magazine describes potential brake-job rip-offs[5] .
  • The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence provides a searchable directory[6] of certified shops.
  • Consumer Reports lists tips for finding a good mechanic[7] .
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All new pads and rotors
Amount: $329.13
Posted by: Wayne Gilroy in Foxboro, WI.Posted: June 5th, 2014 07:06PM
Car Make: 2003 ChevyCar Model: Avalanche 1500 4WD
Auto Shop: DIY
Ordered complete kit from amazon - all new pads and rotors delivered to my door. Opted for the more expensive slotted/drilled rotors and ceramic pads.
Took half a day in the garage, but I take the time to inspect and grease everything while I'm doing things.
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brakes grinding
Amount: $400.00
Posted by: anj in Mansfield, TX.Posted: March 28th, 2014 08:03PM
Car Make: toyotaCar Model: solara
Auto Shop: Auto Doctor
checked out four shops close to work and finally decided to let these guys do the work. After inspecting the car i was quoted $400.00 for front pads and new rotors.
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Front brake pads, rotors and alignment
Amount: $350.00
Posted by: Jessbia in Alamogordo, NM.Posted: December 26th, 2013 12:12PM
Auto Shop: Martins tire
I feel overcharged, should have called around first.
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Front & rear pads & rotors
Amount: $350.00
Posted by: Lov-le in Newark, NJ.Posted: November 23rd, 2013 10:11AM
Auto Shop: Newark Car Care
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Replace front brake pads 2006 Chevy HHR
Amount: $28.38
Posted by: Pauline from Freedom Worship in Kelseyville, CA.Posted: November 9th, 2013 01:11PM
Car Make: ChevyCar Model: HHR 2006
Auto Shop: Grandma's DIY
My Granddaughter jacked the car up & put jack stands in place. Once we got the wheel off it took me about 1/2 hour to R&R each set of pads and put everything back on tight. I even cleaned things up and greased everything. Got the pads from Napa Auto Parts and the instructions from Napa online. I'm 60 yrs old with 13 grandchildren & 4 great-grandchildren. Been doing my own brakes for over 30 years. Yes I wear gloves. I broke a nail this time. Darn it!
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Front pads and rotors
Amount: $350.00
Posted by: BLangille in Seabrook, NH.Posted: October 1st, 2013 09:10AM
Car Make: SubaruCar Model: 2010 Forrester
Auto Shop: NTB
Plus a $35.00 "shop fee"-
Wondering if I was overcharged? Went in for $20.00 oil change and out with a $385.00 brake job.
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Brakes & Rotors, front & back
Amount: $717.77
Posted by: Used in Bangor, ME.Posted: September 24th, 2013 11:09AM
Car Make: VWCar Model: Jetta
Auto Shop: Midas
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Front pads and rotors
Amount: $279.89
Posted by: Nke in Pottstown, PA.Posted: September 6th, 2013 02:09PM
Auto Shop: Bradleys
I thought this was very high . It looks like based on what I see here that it would be consider average for going to a repair shop.
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Front and rear Brakes serviced.
Amount: $580.00
Posted by: Tammy 123 in Momence, IL.Posted: August 31st, 2013 02:08AM
Car Make: MercuryCar Model: Mystique 1999
Auto Shop: Bob\'s
Front New Pads and new Rotors.
Back New brake shoes 2 new wheel cylinders. New hardware kit. New brake fluid. Machined drums. Adjusted new shoes. Also included oil change in price and replacing two burned out license plate bulbs and one burned out shifter bulb. The one which lights up PRND you. The brakes now work great and are quite. Hope this helps.
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brakes pads and calipers
Amount: $90.00
Posted by: LInden Frank in Fayetteville, AR.Posted: August 15th, 2013 09:08AM
Car Make: BuickCar Model: Regal
I did it myself and saved money. 90$ for the fluid, brake pads and calipers for the front. It isn't that complicated. Only one way they can go on. And this was a '95. Need two people to bleed the lines. Then you're good to go. Took me and hour to take it off and an hour to put on. That's 150 in labor I saved at least. I love it how the mechanics/who work alot of the times at parts stores, treat you like you don't know your own automobile or you aren't "certified" so how can you change brakes? It's not that hard
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Front and Rear Brakes and Rotors
Amount: $330.00
Posted by: Coppershine in Orange, CA.Posted: June 15th, 2013 12:06PM
Car Make: 1999 HondaCar Model: Accord
Auto Shop: Orange Auto Center
Purchased Prostop OEM brake pads and rotors kit online at prostop.com for front and rear wheels for $150. Repair shop installed for $180. They finished installation within an hour. I was told two people worked on vehicle. I may have been ripped off on service-time/hourly wages. Still unclear on issue.
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front and rear brakes plus rotors
Amount: $913.00
Posted by: Adolf Vask in Stafford, VA.Posted: April 27th, 2013 07:04AM
Car Make: KiaCar Model: 2010 Forte
Auto Shop: Meineke in Garrisonville, VA
Price was after a 50% off coupon for parts.
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Front brakes pads and rotors
Amount: $200.00
Posted by: Leonhuang in College Park, MD.Posted: April 7th, 2013 07:04PM
Auto Shop: Private shop
Front brake pads and rotors
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Brakes
Amount: $140.00
Posted by: DocMu in College Station, TX.Posted: February 11th, 2013 10:02AM
Car Make: HondaCar Model: Odyssey
Pads are about $50-60 a pair.rnrnRotors are about $100 ea IF NEEDED.rnrn1 hour labor. Any more and you're getting hosed.
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car brakes and front rotors
Amount: $170.00
Posted by: joeycive in r county rockland, NY.Posted: February 5th, 2013 10:02AM
Car Make: 1998 cry. 6 cylCar Model: lxi
Auto Shop: my freind who is a auto machanic
I bought fron rotors -21 dollars 42 dollars for set front pads. blue pads 38-dollars -and rear pads -for 24 dollars= and my freind who is a auto mechanic-charge 70=dollars - so for under 160.00 dollars - I have new front rotors blue brake pads -plus rear brake pads -I say shop around just by parts and have a mechanic -do it on in his spare time , meaning we all no some who works on cars-so I thing for the amount I paid I am more then happy-I bought my parts at car quest= nanuet ny
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Front and Rear Brakes / Front and Rear Rotors
Amount: $439.00
Posted by: Reece Rainwater in Red Bluff, CA.Posted: January 13th, 2013 10:01PM
Car Make: ChevyCar Model: 2007 Tahoe
Auto Shop: Myself
Bought all OEM parts on Amazon - will last 100K miles - all AC DELCO OEM Parts - DO IT YOURSELF
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Rear Brakes, the works!
Amount: $290.00
Posted by: JDawg in Danbury, CT.Posted: December 13th, 2012 08:12AM
Car Make: SaturnCar Model: SL2
Auto Shop: Scotti/Advanced
Guy and his crew are amazing. I was recommended by a friend and alhamdulillah, I'm happy!
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Coachman Auto Body in CDA, ID is terrible
Amount: $4,000.00
Posted by: ANGRY in Coeur D Alene, ID.Posted: November 27th, 2012 03:11PM
Car Make: HondaCar Model: Civic
Auto Shop: Coachman
Broke both of my drum brakes. Won't accept any liability. A**HOLES
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rear brakes
Amount: $1,200.00
Posted by: tc in willingboro, NJ.Posted: November 8th, 2012 02:11PM
Car Make: toyotaCar Model: camry
Auto Shop: liberty toyota
noise coming from rear.vehicle was taken to dealer,who said it need rear brakes(complete)job.rnstated the car was unsafe to drive.because this was our commuter car we got it done.dealer gave arnloaner car for free,warranty for 1 yr unlimited miles.stated if got after market parts it would be $600.00.don"t feel it was fair but what can you do,when you are told it unsafe to drive veh.
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Front brakes rotors and an alignment
Amount: $250.00
Posted by: a user in phila, PA.Posted: September 21st, 2012 09:09AM
Car Make: dodgeCar Model: neon
I took my car to the mechanic and they told me 250.00 for front brakes rotors and and alignment is that a good price
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DIY - Rear Brake Pads and both rotors (Disc Brakes)
Amount: $76.00
Posted by: Mitch in Sewell, NJ.Posted: September 16th, 2012 01:09AM
Car Make: Honda (2004)Car Model: Accord V6
Auto Shop: Self Repair
$22 per rotor at Pepboys. Namebrand is "Prostop". $49 for Ceramic brake pads. After tax/15% off coupon spent $76. I went expensive on the pads and cheap on the rotors.

If you are not sure if your rotors need replacing: Go to pepboys and ask them to measure (free) minimum width should be 340mm. If your rotors are at or near this number they cant be resurfaced and reused. Buy new ones.

I already had brake cleaner and brake grease, BUT JUST SO YOU KNOW.... brake grease is included with the Prostop Ceramic brake pads.

Job took between 2-3 hours to complete. I cleaned brake parts nicely and thoroughly used brake grease on all metal shims attached to pads and the one shim inside each caliper.

You do not need a pad seperator to push in piston! There is a large slotted cross on piston, I used a small chisel to fit sideways in cross section and turned counterclockwise a few revolutions to push piston inward. It takes literally about 30 seconds to do, then you can fit caliper over rotor with new pads installed.

Multiple items can be used to fit into piston cross section. I found a small chisel to work perfectly.
Quick summary of work per each side rear of car (front would be exactly the same because car is front and rear disc brakes): 1) Take of tire 2) Reove Caliper Bolts (2 bolts total) 3) Take off caliper 4) Remove additional 2 bolts holding last piece of brake assembly to rotor 5) Take off the two small screws holdin rotor in place 6) Clean where necessary with brake cleaner 7) Let everything dry 8) Thoroughly spray brake cleaner on brand new rotor surface. 9) Attach new rotors with two screws you previously removed 10) Apply brake grease to all shims 11) Re-attach two bolts which connect first part of brake assembly (name unknown) to rotor. 12) Re-attach two bolts which connect caliper to rotor. 13) Attach lugnuts. 14) Your done, when you first use new brakes they will be soft and quickly self adjust after hitting the brakes a few times.
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2008 Mercury Sable - 4 wheel disc brakes
Amount: $499.00
Posted by: jrulong in Cleveland, OH.Posted: August 20th, 2012 10:08AM
Car Make: MercuryCar Model: Sable
Auto Shop: Rainbow Muffler
Driver side rear had a melted brake pad from overheating. The last owner didn't use ceramic pads. This job was for all 4 rotors and new ceramic pads. My calipers were fine.
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Front brakes and rotors
Amount: $430.00
Posted by: a user in Rochester, NY.Posted: August 17th, 2012 01:08PM
Car Make: ScionCar Model: tC
Auto Shop: Vanderstyne Toyota
I am not to familiar with how much these parts cost but I am really hoping they don't just throw out a number just because I am a girl! I have come to them since day one! So I hope they appreciate and respect my services!
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Front Brakes and Rotors
Amount: $135.00
Posted by: baltimoreorioles@sbcglobal.net in Templeton, CA.Posted: July 18th, 2012 05:07PM
Car Make: ChevroletCar Model: Silverado
Auto Shop: DIY
2 rotors @ $34/rotor
1 set ceramic front pads @ $50
DOT 3 Brake Fluid

Tools used:
Impact Wrench w/ 18mm 22mm sockets
Vice Grip
Rubber Mallet
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Front Pads/Rotors 2004 Ford Fusion
Amount: $495.00
Posted by: PrecisionTuneSheltonCT in Shelton, CT.Posted: July 12th, 2012 02:07PM
Car Make: FordCar Model: Fusion
Auto Shop: PrecisionTune.com
I was very surprised to find the front Rotors are TWICE the cost of the back Rotors (had back breaks done in November), at $100 a piece!! In addition, tack on the cost of Brake Pads with Labor, and I ended up spending a whopping 1/2 a Grand on a brake job today. Lovely!
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front brakes, pads and rotors
Amount: $300.00
Posted by: doctordave1 in Dayton, OH.Posted: June 27th, 2012 01:06PM
Car Make: 2006 ChryslerCar Model: T&C Limited
Auto Shop: Midas
Think I could have gotten a better deal at another location but they could get right on it. Was in and out in 45 minutes. Next time will make a few phone calls first. Had the job done today, June 2012
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Front Brake Pads
Amount: $169.00
Posted by: Nicole Housen Peterkin in Lauderhill, FL.Posted: June 4th, 2012 07:06PM
Car Make: 2008 ToyotaCar Model: Scion XB
Auto Shop: independent
June 2012
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Did I overpay?
Amount: $593.00
Posted by: Val E. in Alexandria, VA.Posted: May 26th, 2012 06:05PM
Car Make: ToyotaCar Model: Solara
Auto Shop: NTB
Told I needed front and rear brake pads and rotor sanding. Would have gone to dealer but didn't have time. Leaving on a 6 hr. road trip in a few days, so I went to NTB, which takes care of my tires.
They also changed the brake fluid. Labor charge was $316.

Was I taken advantage of?
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Front Pads, Calipers, Rotors, System Flush
Amount: $577.07
Posted by: James B. in Toms River, NJ.Posted: May 21st, 2012 10:05PM
Car Make: ToyotaCar Model: Camry
Auto Shop: Pro-Cat
Went here first after driver side caliper ceased. Shop recommended replacement of calipers, shoes and driver side rotor- passenger side was ok and recommended just to cut the rotor quoted $688. Went to Pep Boys and got a quote for $768 for same job with 2 new rotors, Went to Toyota Dealer and quote was $1048, tried GoodYear Brake Shop quote was $758. After going back to shop, they reduced the price to $577 which included 2 rotors, 2 front calipers, 4 pads, tax and brake line fluid flush and brake lines. We thought it was a fair price but not a great price , and signed off on it. The brake line flush was $99.00, we got $10 off that price and also had a $50.00 coupon but the price still came to $577.07 The owners are friendly, the prices are reasonable but not great. We only had it done there because we needed the car to get home that day. The car drives fine and they topped off all fluids.
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Front & Rear Brake Pads and Brake Fluid Flush
Amount: $550.00
Posted by: Bill K in Tucson, AZ.Posted: May 10th, 2012 01:05PM
Car Make: ToyotaCar Model: Camry 2009
Auto Shop: Precision Toyota
Wasn't thrilled, but then again this is the first brake pads I've replaced and the 2009 Camry has 70,000 miles. I've replaced pads on other cars after 35,000 miles or so, so not too bad and not unreasonable. Plus the dealer did all the work and they've been fair on other repairs/charges, and the brakes feel great.
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Front & Rear Breakes and Rotors Replaced
Amount: $935.00
Posted by: Fleur in Chantilly, VA.Posted: April 6th, 2012 11:04AM
Car Make: ChevyCar Model: Tahoe
Auto Shop: Pohanka Chevy Dealer
Told me it would cost $440 for Front Brakes & Rotors and $495 for the Rear :( I called another place I take my car for service and they told me it would run $550 each, even higher than the dealer!
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Front Brake Pads and Rotors replaced
Amount: $439.00
Posted by: Tim S in Highand, IN.Posted: April 4th, 2012 06:04AM
Car Make: HondaCar Model: Accord
Auto Shop: Honda Dealer
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Rear brakes
Amount: $140.00
Posted by: a user in Pomona, CA.Posted: March 29th, 2012 03:03PM
Car Make: Nissan maximaCar Model: 1998
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front pads, rotors, and passenger caliber
Amount: $350.00
Posted by: a user in buffalo, NY.Posted: March 17th, 2012 02:03PM
Car Make: dodgeCar Model: durango 2002
parts and labor all incl.
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