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Most drivers have an idea of how important wheels are to a car, but when it comes to maintenance, tire service and brake service often take a back seat. Mesa drivers choose Courtesy CDJR of Superstition Springs whether they know the exact tires they need to take their Wrangler off-road or they want help choosing between ceramic and metallic MOPAR brakes. Our team will find the right fit for your vehicle and put you back on the road in Queen Creek.
Courtesy CDJR of Superstition Springs is staffed by technicians who know your vehicle inside and out. Whether it’s the latest Jeep Wrangler or your family’s faithful Chrysler minivan, we know what your vehicle needs. We can help you make the right decision when choosing new MOPAR brake pads or tires. Need wheel alignment work? We’ll get your vehicle back in-line with its factory settings.
At Courtesy CDJR of Superstition Springs, we strive to offer some of the most competitive pricing on Apache Junction CDJR tire, wheel, and brake service — and that’s before you add in our MOPAR service & parts offers. We make it easy for you to choose the best parts for your Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, RAM, or FIAT without compromising on quality.
When you use MOPAR brakes purchased from a Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, RAM, or FIAT dealer, you’re backed by warranty protection. Whether you’re here in Tempe or a few states away, you’ll be covered at a Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, RAM, or FIAT dealer nearby.
Replacing your CDJR brake pads is important to stay safe and avoid damaging your rotors, but how often do you need new brake pads? It will depend on the type of brake pads you use and whether you do more city or highway driving, but our service techs can take a look and let you know when new MOPAR brake pads should be on your mind.
The easiest way to stay up on your tire rotations is to have them done when we change your oil or a little more often. It’s good to have them rotated every 5,000 miles or so, and most modern vehicles have oil change intervals around the same frequency. What about other tire service? You’ll usually know when you need it: your tire pressure light will come on, you’ll notice unusual wear on your treads, or discover a flat tire.
Not sure whether that noise you hear while braking is a bad sign? We’ll help you diagnose it. Notice your vehicle pulling one way or the other? Courtesy CDJR of Superstition Springs can let you know if it’s time for MOPAR wheel alignment service. On the hunt for summer treads? You’ve found the CDJR tire experts. Reach out today to chat with a member of our service team to get your vehicle into top shape.