Audi Brakes

Designed, engineered, and manufactured to the same specifications as the original-build Brake parts in your Audi, Audi Genuine Brakes help maintain the exceptional performance of your world-class vehicle.

Learn more about Audi Genuine Brakes below.

Brake Calipers

The brake calipers house one or more hydraulic piston(s) that press the brake pads together onto the rotor to help bring your Audi to a smooth stop.

Brake Pads

Brake pads may look the same, but when installed on a vehicle, they provide a very different response and feel when you press on the brake pedal. Audi Genuine Brake Pads provide the feel you expect, and confidence knowing that they're the ones your vehicle's ABS and stability control system were designed to work with.

If you feel grinding, hear squealing while stopping, or if you see a lit brake-related light on your dash, it may be time to replace your brake pads.

Brake Rotors

Since all rotors are not alike and vary depending on which Audi model you drive, having the correct brake rotor will determine how it performs when needed most. As with all Audi brake parts, they have exceptional wear characteristics you won't get from many manufacturers.

Some signs of worn/damaged brake rotor(s) include pedal pulsing, steering wheel vibration, and/or a squeal or grinding noise.

Brake Fluid

Brake fluid is a type of hydraulic fluid used in your Audi's braking system. It's used to transfer the pressure placed on the brake pedal into braking force whenever you apply the brakes. And since its properties absorb moisture, it's recommended that you replace it every two years regardless of mileage.