Given the ease of changing, it's always a close call for me. I used to change pads myself on previous cars until the one time I ended up with a bolt left over..... Not changed any since that time! 🤔Or do it yourself... they aint that difficult ;-), quite a few youtube vids out there showing how its done...
Have you actually checked they they need doing. In my experience such advisories are usually a money making scam. You don't say how many miles its done but after 50,000 the front dics/pads on our Ceed were still fine and the rears hardly worn. Never changed the rear discs on any car and only changed the rear pads once and that was after 70,000 miles.Hello all - Ive just had the advisory at service that my front and rear discs and pads need replacing. KIa quoted me nearly £800 for the pleasure! Im shopping around now, however, what would be deemed reasonable.
If the battery is dying after a week of non use there is a problem with it.Thank you all. Ive got the advisory here. I have no reason to not believe them, they confirmed the battery in the car was working as it should because ive been finding the battery dying after a week of non use - they could have said i needed a new one if theyre trying to pull a fast one. Ive used them for 3 years now and theyve always been useful.
Front pads 60% worn. discs lipped and starting to corrode
Rear pads 70% worn. Discs close to min thickness rec change with pad
Thanks - i think im going to get my mobile mechanic to check everything over. Problem is he's always so hard to get hold of! haha