VW Brake Caliper Parts
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Based on industry averages you can expect to pay between $60.49 and $827.99 for a VW brake caliper.
Your VW brake caliper's main function is to squeeze the brake pads against the rotor. The two primary caliper designs are single piston and dual piston. While single piston calipers are frequently used in the rear of cars, where less braking force is required, the majority of front calipers are dual piston. Braking calipers are tough brake parts that can last the lifetime of your car. In general, your VW brake calipers should last 10 years or between 75,000 and 100,000 miles. With that said, your driving style, the state of the roads, and outside factors like the weather can all affect how long your brake calipers last.
Your brake calipers are thankfully built to last. A caliper is not seen as a wear item that requires routine replacement, although brake pads are made to deteriorate with usage and, to some extent, so are rotors. They do, however, occasionally fall short. How do you know when it's time to swap out your brake calipers? If you experience a high-pitched squealing when braking, your vehicle pulling to one side when braking, leaking brake fluid, or if your brake pads are wearing down unevenly, it may be time to look at your options for replacing your calipers.
AutohausAZ has a wide selection of VW brake calipers at discounted prices and ready to be shipped directly to your doorstep. Once you enter your Volkwagen's specifics into our fitment tool, we'll provide you with a list of brake parts guaranteed to fit your vehicle. Don't forget, we also provide our buyers with discounted flat-rate standard shipping on any auto parts orders shipped within the Continental USA. For any questions regarding VW brake calipers or any other part within our catalog, you can always chat with us using the chat feature located at the bottom right corner of the site to connect you with our qualified customer service agents.