4th Generation Range Rover Brake Squealing at Low Speeds

Land Rover’s Range Rover L405 is a 4th generation sport utility vehicle designed for both comfort and the option to take your vehicle over more rugged terrain. Land Rover utilizes quality materials and forward-thinking technology in all of their vehicle designs to ensure every one is the safest and most durable product on the market. Though most Range Rovers are very dependable, some owners have mechanical problems with their SUV’s.

One particularly distressing issue some 4th Generationn Range Rover owners report is a brake squealing noise coming from the front end. The squealing is very loud and evident and occurs most often with moderate braking at low speeds. The squealing is also evident when going around corners and is easily distinguishable from tires squealing on the pavement.

Typically, a squealing noise while braking may indicate that the brake pads are worn and in need of replacement. But the noise is often experienced by owners of brand new Ranger Rovers, within the first 1000 miles. Sometimes the noise may be dampened by placing some grease on the back of the brake pads, but home fixes are not recommended for issues with braking as the consequences could be deadly. If you have loud squealing noise while braking in your Fourth Generation Range Rover, visit a professional immediately.

The knowledgeable staff at your nearby independent Land Rover garage will evaluate your vehicle and recommend repairs for your unique situation. Their speed of service and commitment to customer satisfaction will win over any consumer who usually visits the dealership for repairs.

Search for a local, independent Land Rover repair shop with Land Rover mechanics that have dealer-level expertise at a fraction of the expense.