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Mercedes Benz braking systems can have everything from drilled and slotted rotors with four piston calipers to a simple one piston caliper on a standard rotor. Mercedes’ braking systems are simple for the most part, but require skilled brake technicians to spot potential problems. For continued safety and smooth driving regular inspections and superior Mercedes brake repairs and services are critical.

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Brake Pad Replacement for One Axle (Front or Back)

Traditional Repair Shop $300-$350

Dealership $350-$450
Brake Tech $168-$188

Complete Mercedes Rotor and Brake Pad Replacement w/Brake Sensor

Traditional Repair Shop $1220-$1420

Dealership $1480-$1870
Brake Tech $940-$1140

Mercedes Rear Brake Pad and Rotor with Brake Sensor Replacement Cost Average

Traditional Repair Shop $600-$700

Dealership $730-$920
Brake Tech $-460-$560

Mercedes Brake Fluid Change Cost Average

Traditional Repair Shop $150-$175

Dealership $160-$200
Brake Tech $125

Mercedes brakes usually have some of the softest rotors on the market. As a result, MB dealerships will often try to sell you rotors and brake pads every time your brakes are serviced. This is not necessary. Brake Tech will Inspect your rotors for run out and thickness before their replacement and if they’re within specifications, you can trust that we won’t sell you unneeded parts and services. When performing Mercedes brake repairs pad selection is crucial. At Brake Tech, our Mercedes-Benz brake technicians know specifically what types of brake pads, rotor parts or calipers your Mercedes needs to ensure your Mercedes brakes provide maximum stopping. Furthermore, our Mercedes brake repairs are warrantied for 24 months or 24K miles, whichever comes first – a warranty that the Mercedes Benz dealerships can’t touch. And, of course, our convenient locations costs a FRACTION of what you would pay at the dealership.