Toyota HiLux 2011: How long should the brake pads last?
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Asked by Chris Passauer
You say 34,000km is normal wear for brakes these days. My 2011 Toyota HiLux 4x4 diesel auto dual cab has 240,000km on the clock, mainly city driving with about 600kg of load at any one time. Tyres last on average 120,000km, pads last 90,000km and discs are good for 180,000km. I can only assume that this is what you get for spending a bit more to buy "unbreakable".
Answered by CarsGuide23 Mar 2016
It's not me saying it, just reporting the results of owners and car companies. In the case of your Toyota — and I'm also a HiLux owner — it's a tool and not a family car or SUV, which means a different focus on the consumable components.
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