Volvo Brakes Service Center In Charlotte, NC

If your new XC60 SUV needs new Volvo brakes, bring your vehicle to the service department at Johnson Volvo Cars Charlotte. Our auto repair shop provides quality Volvo brake pad replacement and Volvo brakes service in Charlotte, NC.

When you're ready to book your Volvo brakes repair appointment, you can call our dealership or schedule a service appointment online. When we install new Volvo brake pads on your Volvo S60 sedan lease, we can also change the oil, top off any low fluids, and rotate the tires. Let us know if there's any other scheduled maintenance you'd like us to tackle while you're here.

Volvo Brakes Repair & Inspections

If the brakes are squeaking on your used Volvo XC90, come to our brake shop for a diagnosis. Our team of professional auto mechanics works tirelessly to maintain the stopping system on your vehicle to the Johnson Volvo Cars standard of performance and safety.

If you've recently been involved in an auto collision, our Volvo collision center is here to restore your vehicle to pre-accident condition. When viewing a car after an accident, the initial instinct is to only focus on the exterior damage because that's what our eyes can see. But it's often the case that internal parts and components were damaged as well. Part of restoring your vehicle after a collision is to ensure the Volvo brakes are functioning correctly.

How Often Should I Service My Car's Brakes?

When you take home a new Volvo XC90 lease, your car's owner's manual will include a factory maintenance schedule that outlines how often you should have the brake pads replaced and the rotors inspected. If you can't find your car's manual or have any questions about when to schedule brake repair, please contact our service department.

We maintain a service history for the vehicles we have the pleasure of servicing. This means we detail every job we perform, the parts we install, and the dates and mileage of when those jobs were completed. So we can always tell you when you're due for your next oil change or brake pad replacement.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long should Volvo brake pads last?

Volvo brake pads often have a life span between 30,000-70,000 miles. However, you should check your owner's manual for model-specific guidelines. If your commute involves a lot of stop-and-go traffic, you regularly use your car for heavy towing, or if you regularly drive - and then brake - at high speeds, this increases the chances that your brake pads will wear out sooner. Therefore, see us for brake service if you have difficulty slowing to a stop, your brakes make unusual sounds, or your car vibrates when braking.

Are brake pads and rotors under Volvo warranty?

Some brake problems can be covered under your new car warranty. However, normal wear and tear are not. That being said, under the Complimentary Factory Scheduled Maintenance Program1, which typically lasts for three years/36,000 miles, replacement brake pads and new rotors can be covered. To learn more about our warranty offers, our extended warranty opportunities, and the services covered by the FSM program, reach out to our sales advisers, who can go into detail and answer any follow-up questions you may have. You can also get great offers on our brake work by reviewing our service and parts specials.

Can brake fluid leak?

Yes, brake fluid can leak. Therefore, be on the lookout for pooling fluid below your car, a spongy brake pedal, a light on your dashboard that reads BRAKE, or any unusual behavior that occurs when you bring your car to a stop. Leaking brake fluid makes it harder to exert the pressure your system needs to come to a quick stop. The hole the fluid is leaking from could also wind up taking in air, which can lead to problems for your system. Seeing us for an appointment immediately is the best way to stay safe on the road.

Do brake calipers go bad?

Unlike brake pads and rotors, brake calipers are expected to last the life of your system, as they receive much less direct wear. That being said, they can encounter out-of-the-ordinary problems. Your vehicle may pull to one side when braking for many reasons, including a stuck caliper. A clunking sound when braking could mean that your caliper or its bracket has broken. In the latter case, you shouldn't drive your car but have it towed to be assessed. Our team can also look at your calipers when performing other brake services to ensure they're in good condition.

Why Johnson Volvo Cars Charlotte for Brake Repair?

When you need new Volvo XC90 brake pads, we hope you choose our service center. The brakes on your Volvo are an essential safety component, and we value the trust you put in our team when you ask us to maintain your vehicle. If you're trying to troubleshoot Volvo shooting brakes, get in touch with our team right away.

Another reason why drivers choose our service department for new Volvo brakes and service is that we offer money-saving Volvo service specials and discounts on auto repair. When you visit our brake shop, you're welcome to make use of the lounge in our customer waiting area. You'll find complimentary bottled water, coffee, and Wi-Fi to enjoy while we maintain your vehicle.

If a dashboard warning light has illuminated or if you're experiencing any brake shooting, brake squealing, or pulling to one side of the lane, we suggest scheduling a Volvo brakes service appointment as soon as possible so your automotive safety is not at risk.

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1Warranties listed on this webpage shall not be solely relied upon. Warranties may be subject to specific terms, restrictions, exclusions, and fees. Additional warranty information may be obtained by visiting the official website of the warranty provider. Contact our dealership for complete details.


Johnson Volvo Cars Charlotte

7040 East Independence Blvd.
Directions Charlotte, NC 28227

  • Sales: 704-563-1000
  • Service: 704-755-4484
  • Parts: 704-755-4478


  • Monday 7:30AM - 6:00PM
  • Tuesday 7:30AM - 6:00PM
  • Wednesday 7:30AM - 6:00PM
  • Thursday 7:30AM - 6:00PM
  • Friday 7:30AM - 6:00PM
  • Saturday 7:30AM - 5:00PM
  • Sunday Closed
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