Vauxhall Fixed Price Brakes

Keeping your Vauxhall’s braking system in good working order is essential for safe driving and the brake pads need to be regularly inspected and replaced when they are worn.

Changing the cam belt and tensioner pulleys on time (see our recommendation at the bottom of the page) will prevent the belt from slipping or snapping, so preventing serious damage to the engine, which would immobilise the car and possibly cost thousands of pounds to rectify.

The clutch is a vital part of your Vauxhall’s system so when it needs replacing it is important to bring your car to manufacturer-trained experts. The team at Baylis Vauxhall dealerships are fully qualified and experienced with all models in the Vauxhall range.

At Baylis Vauxhall dealerships we always use genuine Vauxhall parts and we have a team of manufacturer-trained technicians.

Our competitive fixed price servicing makes it more affordable to keep your Vauxhall vehicle in great condition. We offer replacement brake pads, shock absorbers, brake discs, cambelts and clutches at exceptional prices.


Fixed Price Repair
For vehicles two years and older

Combo Life

Insignia/Mokka X/
Crossland X/Grandland X
Brake Pads (Front or Rear) £119 £119 £119 £129
Brake Pads & Discs (Front or Rear) £239 £249 £249 £269
Shock Absorbers (Front) £239 £339 £339 £339
Cambelt Kit £239 £239 £239 £279
Clutch £449 £569 £649 £649

All above prices are inclusive of fitting and VAT but do not apply to VXR models and engines over 2.0 litre.

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Baylis Recommends

Vehicles manufactured before 2003

For vehicles manufactured before 2003 both Vauxhall and ourselves recommend 4years or 40,000 miles as best practice for a cambelt change

Vehicles manufactured from 2003 onwards

On vehicles manufactured from 2003 onwards we recommend cambelt replacement intervals at anything between 6 years or 60,000 miles and 10 years or 100,000 miles. We at Baylis have had experience in the past where this vital engine component has failed prematurely and caused major engine damage. Because of this we are err on the side of caution and therefore recommend