Visit Cole Nissan Kia for Brake Inspections & More
Cole Nissan Kia puts our customers' safety above all else, that is why we proudly offer comprehensive automotive maintenance performed by trained and certified technicians at our service center. We invite Pocatello and Blackfoot, Idaho area motorists to visit us for professional brake service, including brake inspections, fluid checks and brake parts replacement.
When your Nissan or Kia car, SUV or pickup truck is performing its best, that means its brake system is working effectively and providing the braking power and safety you expect. The Cole Nissan Kia service center is here to help ensure your vehicle stops safely with our range of brake services. Contact our service staff or book a brake inspection so that you can be confident in your car's braking system in every driving situation!
Trained Technicians, Genuine Nissan and Kia Brake Parts
When you trust your Nissan and its brakes system to the factory-trained and certified technicians at Cole Nissan Kia, you'll enjoy the peace of mind of a safe drive. When you visit us for brake service, we'll first conduct a detailed brake inspection. In fact, if you visit for Express Service such as an oil change, battery service or tire rotation, you'll receive a complimentary multi-point inspection -- that includes a brake condition inspection!
Once our skilled technicians have reviewed your vehicle's brakes, we'll offer any suggested maintenance, which may include refilling or replacing brake fluid, installing new brake pads or rotors or a simple brake tune-up that will get your brakes in order. When new brake components are needed, all Nissan and Kia vehicles are treated to genuine parts to help ensure factory braking performance!
Schedule a Brake Inspection Today
If you've noticed decreased braking performance in your Nissan or other make of automobile, then don't put your safety at risk; schedule a brake service appointment at Cole Nissan Kia today! Our helpful service advisors and skilled technicians are eager to provide you and your Nissan with comprehensive auto maintenance, so don't hesitate to contact us or visit us for Nissan Express Service!
Brake Service FAQs
How much should a brake service cost?
The average brake service cost is around $200. However, the price can vary depending on your vehicle type and the extent of the work that needs to be done. When having your brakes serviced, it is essential to use a reputable and experienced mechanic to ensure that the work is done correctly.
What is a brake service on a car?
A brake service on a car is a procedure that helps ensure the safety and proper functioning of the vehicle's brakes. This type of service usually includes an inspection of the brake system, a replacement of the brake pads or shoes, and an adjustment of the brakes. In some cases, a brake service may also include a flush of the brake fluid or replacing the rotors.
Is brake service necessary?
As with any other mechanical system in your vehicle, brakes require regular maintenance to function properly. Over time, brake pads and shoes wear down, leaving your brakes less effective. Additionally, brake fluid can become dirty or contaminated, making it less able to do its job. For these reasons, it's essential to have your brakes serviced regularly. Depending on how you drive, you could need to have your brakes serviced more or less often, but most experts recommend having them checked at least once a year.
How often should your brakes be serviced?
It is generally recommended that brakes be serviced every 12,000 miles or so. However, this may vary depending on your driving habits and the type of vehicle you drive. For example, if you often drive in stop-and-go traffic or carry heavy loads, you may need to service your brakes more often. You can consult your owner's manual for specific recommendations.
What is done during brake service?
Brake service typically involves inspection of the brake pads, calipers, and rotors, as well as thoroughly cleaning all components. Depending on the condition of the brake pads or shoes may need to be replaced. The calipers may also need to be serviced or replaced if they are leaking fluid or not functioning correctly. In some cases, the entire braking system may need to be flushed, and new fluid added.