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What are the best brake pads for 2016 Chevy Colorado?

It's critical to use Chevy original manufactured parts on your car. Genuine Chevy brake pads are designed explicitly for your 2016 Chevy Colorado and are built on the highest standards just like the original brake pads that were installed on your car when leaving the factory. Genuine parts help provide maximum safety and security, compared to other pricey aftermarket parts that were designed to fit different types of vehicles. Call Coggin Chevrolet at the Avenues today to learn more or schedule service online.

2016 Chevy Colorado Rear Brake Pad Replacement

You'll want to get your brakes inspected during each visit to your mechanic, but you should also check your 2016 Chevy Colorado maintenance schedule for details on when inspections and rear brake pad replacement is advised. Similarly with front brake pads, your 2016 Chevy Colorado rear brake pads will usually wear down at the same rate on both the left and right side of your vehicle. Keep in mind wear and tear on all brake components depends heavily on your driving habits. Unlike front brake pads, most rear brake pads wear down faster due to the brake mechanics of rear wheel drive cars.

How much does it cost to get 2016 Chevy Colorado brake pads changed?

2016 Chevy Colorado brake pads replacement, which includes parts and labor, can cost somewhere between $150 and $300 per axle depending on the type of brake pads required and the extent of the damage your previously worn down pads have caused to the other parts of your car such as the rotors. At Coggin Chevy we have monthly brake pad replacement specials designed to save you money as well as brake pad parts specials if you want to replace them yourself. Schedule your brake service with Coggin Chevy or call us at 9045745317.

Can I put new brake pads on old rotors?

The short answer is yes. 2016 Chevy Colorado brake components frequently wear down at different rates meaning your brake pads will be the first part in need of replacement before your brake rotors. Keep in mind that if your brake pads are massively degraded and not replaced expeditiously, your brake rotors will start to wear down much faster. It's critical to keep your brake pads fresh not only for safety reasons but to maintain the integrity of the rest of your 2016 Chevy Colorado brake components.Coggin Chevrolet at the Avenues offers free multipoint inspections on brake pads and rotors. It's again vital to confer with your owner's manual for recommended maintenance intervals to ensure your 2016 Chevy Colorado is brought in for brake service on time. Schedule your brake pad service online today with Coggin Chevrolet at the Avenues.

2016 Chevy Colorado Front Brake Pads Price

Since your 2016 Chevy Colorado brake pads wear down at the same rate per axle, it is common to have your front or rear brake pads replaced at the same time. Generally the cost for parts will range from $100-$200 per axle and labor can cost somewhere between $80 - $100. Confer with your service advisor as prices can change quite constantly depending on parts availability. Most Chevy franchise service centers will run brake specials each month and can save you a ton of capital on front brake pad installation.

How much do 2016 Chevy Colorado Brake Pads Cost? 2016 Chevy Colorado Brake Pad Prices

How much 2016 Chevy Colorado brake pads cost depends considerably on how many brake pads you need to order and whether or not you want to replace the brake pads yourself or have one of our technicians handle your brake pad replacement. Typically brake pads are sold in sets of two as wear and tear on your 2016 Chevy Colorado brake pads is usually the same on both the left and right sides of the vehicle. A set of luxury vehicle brake pads can cost anywhere between $150 and $250 while most other brake pads are between $75 and $120. Again, this varies widely by brand and does not include installation. There are other services to keep an eye on such as your rotors which also may need to be replaced if your 2016 Chevy Colorado brake pads are heavily worn down.

How long do 2016 Chevy Colorado brake pads last?

2016 Chevy Colorado brake pads ordinarily last between 30,000 and 70,000 miles depending on your driving habits. If you commute in heavy traffic and use your brakes frequently, you'll need to get an examination more regularly. We suggest you reference your 2016 Chevy Colorado owner's manual for suggested maintenance interval data.

2016 Chevy Colorado Front Brake Pad Replacement

Just like rear brake pads, your 2016 Chevy Colorado front brake pads will normally degrade at the same rate on both the right and left side of your vehicle. Unlike rear brake pads, most front brake pads wear down more gradually due to the nature of rear-wheel drive cars. You should have your brakes examined every time you take your 2016 Chevy Colorado in for service. Coggin Chevrolet at the Avenues offers free multipoint inspections during every visit, but you need to refer to your 2016 Chevy Colorado maintenance guide in your owner's manual for more facts regarding advised front brake replacement and inspections. Remember that wear and tear on 2016 Chevy Colorado including the front brake pads, varies immensely depending on your driving habits.

2016 Chevy Colorado Rear Brake Pads Price

Front and rear brake pads on your 2016 Chevy Colorado will cost the same assuming you purchase them on the same date. Components availability is the primary variable in price for brake pads although labor costs can change depending on other factors in your area. Labor costs usually won't be too volatile. If you're looking to replace your brake pads yourself, components usually range from $50 - $100 per brake pad. You can order your 2016 Chevy Colorado brake pads online or give us a call during business hours to get pricing and availability.

How do I know if my 2016 Chevy Colorado brake pads are worn out?

Some common warning signs of bad brake pads are:

  • Squealing or screeching when braking
  • Grinding noise when the brakes are applied
  • Some vehicles have brake warning lights that will turn on to notify you of a potential issue
  • There are several other warning signs for bad brake pads. You can read your vehicle's owner's manual for more details.
  • Burning odor
  • 2016 Chevy Colorado pulling to one side while braking
  • Pulsation or vibrating in the steering wheel or brake pedal

How do you know if you need new brake pads?

Common issues that will arise when your 2016 Chevy Colorado brake pads need to be replaced include squealing, screeching, grinding or squeaking when brakes are applied. You may still notice vibrations or pulsation in the pedal or steering wheel. In some cases, you will be able to smell a burning fragrance which is a result of the metal contacting the surface as your pads become bare.As regularly, you should consult your vehicle's owner's manual for more details on service intervals, recommendations, and other safety concerns. You can call Coggin Chevrolet at the Avenues at 9045745317 for advice as well or schedule service online. If you experience any of these warning signs you should take your 2016 Chevy Colorado in for an examination immediately.