When you take your Porsche for brake pad service in Beverly Hills, it shouldn’t have to be as expensive as the dealership charges. GI Automotive Group is THE place to take your Porsche for quality brake pad service at a substantially lower price than the dealerships.
GI Automotive Group in Beverly Hills has over 15 years of experience delivering quality brake pad service for Porsche such as 911 (All generations), Boxster, Cayman, Cayenne, Macan, Panamera, Carrera GT, 918 Spyder and many other Porsches of all vintages.
Since 2004, the Gi family has been servicing Porsches in the Beverly Hills and surrounding area. We save our clients hundreds to thousands of dollars every visit, no matter what needs to be done. We are specialists in servicing, repairing, and maintaining Porsches, as well as many other luxury brands.
Our founder, Amber Blonigan, opened the doors to GI Automotive so that other like-minded Porsche enthusiasts and owners could have their beloved cars serviced and maintained without having to break the bank every time.
In fact, she owns and drives a 911 GT3 RS herself! Although we love to service Porsches here at Gi Automotive Group in Beverly Hills, we also service countless high-end luxury automobiles such as Ferrari, Maserati, McLaren, Aston-Martin, Audi, Mercedes-Benz, Lamborghini, and many more have been serviced and maintained by the GI Family. Our reputation as a first class facility has attracted clients such as Ethan Cutkosky, Caitlyn Jenner, and Robert Downey Jr!
GI Automotive Group in Beverly Hills has the tools and expertise to service and maintain Porsche brake systems, including pads and rotors (both ceramic and steel).
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So how is it that we are able to deliver the highest quality brake servicing for your Porsche? Our technicians are OEM trained to use the same tools, parts, and computers as the OEM dealerships. We deliver time and time again but we do it at a fraction of the price!
If you are a Porsche owner, when should you bring it in for a brake service?
When you start to hear squeaking or screeching as the brake pedal is depressed, the Break Wear Indicators are doing their job of exactly what the name entails. They are indicators that the brakes are worn and due for servicing. If serviced immediately, the wear on the brakes are usually only due for a pad change. But if they are left unchanged, they will eventually wear out the rotors as well.
It is important that owners have the brakes checked on their Porsche every service to keep an eye out for excessive wear and tear. Quite importantly, a worn set of pads and rotors reduces braking distance, greatly increasing the likelihood of a collision. Therefore, it is absolutely crucial that you check your brakes regularly, and service your Porsche’s brakes when necessary.
We inspect both the brake rotors and pads so they you know how much life Is left in your Ferrari’s brakes. A written estimate on recommendations and options to repair your brakes, as well as a clear explanation of each recommendation.
Many of Porsche’s performance models come equipped with carbon-ceramic brake pads and rotors, such as the 911 Turbo and GT3 models. The carbon-ceramics are lighter and made to withstand incredible amounts of heat. They usually last a lot longer than conventional steel brakes, though going to the track will have a significant effect on their lifespan.
GI Automotive Group in Beverly Hills can service your Porsche brake pads and rotors whether they are conventional steel-iron types or if they are carbon-ceramics. We have experience in many vintage and newer model Porsches such as 911 (All generations), Boxster, Cayman, Cayenne, Macan, Panamera, Carrera GT, 918 Spyder and many other Porsches of all vintages. Click Here if you want to learn more about brake servicing.
Don’t forget about brake fluid either…
Porsche usually recommends through their maintenance schedule that the brake fluid is changed every year, regardless of mileage, for most of their lineup. This is to ensure that there is no moisture, air, or dirt in the system that could cause corrosion or loss of braking performance. GI Automotive Group has experience in Porsche’s annual brake fluid flush, and we do it for much cheaper than the dealer!
Stop by for a quick brake check up or service. We offer a 24-48 hour service turn around time for brake servicing your Porsche.
Proper brake maintenance and care is imperative to your driving safety, as well as those around you. This is why we recommend annual brake inspections for your Porsche
Call GI Automotive Group in Beverly Hills today and schedule your annual Porsche brake fluid flush or brake pad and rotor replacement!