The service team at Stokes Mazda is committed to keeping your SUV running as smoothly as the day you bought it with us. That is why it is essential for us to inspect your crossover a few times a year to make sure it can handle all types of weather, especially the brakes. Brakes need to be performing at their best, so you can slow down or stop quickly.

Your 2020 Mazda CX-5 has two types of brakes, which are called disc and drum brakes, respectively. When they work together, fluid moves through brake lines to create pressure that presses the brake pads against the rotors and stops the car. During your service appointment, one of our highly-trained technicians will see if your brakes are operating as they should or if they need further attention. Good brakes are very responsive to the touch of your foot and the pads should be eight to 12 millimeters thick. If the pedal sinks to the floor and the pads feel thinner, we can fix them so you can be on your way.

Sound is another indicator. When the brakes on your crossover are squealing, they may need to be repaired or replaced. One of our technicians will let you know what the issue is and guide you through the replacement process.

No matter what service needs your vehicle requires, your Mazda dealer near me has got you covered. All you need to do is schedule an appointment with us online, bring your Mazda CX-5 in, and we will take care of the rest. Our goal is to make the service experience as stress-free as possible.