Congratulations on your new-ish
Volkswagen Bentley Continental. It looks howt! Being a sensible person of taste, you don’t own the super amazing limited edition super fast model but you did wisely chose the proper twin-turbo W12 engine and not the puny, significantly less expensive, a lot more efficient, and equally fast V8. Being an automotive enthusiast and financially responsible, you were aware of the awesomeness of ceramic rotors but also their cost, so you chose the model with standard steel rotors. Another great decision!
When it comes to service, you are also aware that OEM parts are the best parts and dealer labor cost is a damn rip-off. Therefore you went to the dealer and bought a set of front rotors for $1138.42, front pads for $544.97, rear rotors, for $357.38, and rear pads, a bargain of the bunch, for only $230.30. $2271.07 to have your
Phaeton Continental stop like new – another solid financial decision. Well, that doesn’t include the labor to install them, but hey, Craigslist is full of unemployable hack mechanics eager to charge you $100 or a few OxyContin pills for a day’s work.