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What should I expect to pay for replacement of all 4 pads/discs on a 2005 2.0 HDI SW?

Anyone had any replaced recently?

Have had a quote from national tyres - £500

Is this reasonable?
 
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The 2.0 uses the standard sized discs. The larger 330mm jobs went on the 2.2 petrol/diesel, and the various V6 models.
 

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just as a guide i recently put new Mintex disc's and pads on the front of my 2.0 hdi saloon,cost for both from local factors shop £85,hope this helps
 
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Marianne said:
OOPS!
I was led to believe the SW had the big front disks regardless of engine size.
my mistake :)
i've never heard that one, so I could be wrong. That said, the SW weighs only c.60kg more than the saloon, and is actually fractionaly slower model for model, so it would be strange if they did.
 

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so has the 1.6 got smaller discs than the 2.0 then??????
 

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As a guide i bought front discs and pads for my 136 hdi off ebay for around £80 inc p&p local peugeot dealer charged £75 inc vat to fit them so double that for front and rears so should be about £300 just a note peugeot do a 4 plus scheme for cars 4 years and older and they are pretty reasonable price wise hope this helps.:) :)
 
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