Antilock system (ABS), parking brake, master cylinder, calipers, rotors, pulsation or vibration, squeaking, brake failure or wear.
What Owners Say
"Needing new rotors at 17K miles is not acceptable in this day and age. My wife drives it so it is not driven hard so excuses from the manufacture about hard driving won't cut it"Anonymous, NE (2015 Lexus RC F 5.0-L V8)
"I’ve had the car to the shop three times to address rotor issues and constant brake squealing. We believe CarMax (where I purchased the car) did not use OEM parts, and installed the wrong brake pads on the vehicle."Anonymous, CA (2015 Lexus RC 350 F Sport 3.5-L V6)
"The brakes squeak very loud when coming to a stop. After it has been driven about 10 or more miles, the squeaking is not quite as loud. We completely replaced the brakes with OEM Lexux brakes. They still squeak just as badly as before. Lexus is mystified, but I have heard this complaint from other Lexus RC 350 F owners."Anonymous, CA (2015 Lexus RC 350 F Sport 3.5-L V6)
"Brakes were making a grinding noise, which usually means the pads are low. I took the car to my favorite tire place, and they also said the rotors were too low to turn, so I had rotors and pads replaced at what I would consider a very high cost (almost $1,000.) The brakes squeaked almost immediately after pickup, at low speed only. I returned the car to have them fix the squeak and first pads were replaced but they still squeaked, then the new rotors turned, then twice the rotors and pads were replaced before the squeaking stopped. Very frustrating!"Michael C., NV (2015 Lexus RC 350 F Sport 3.5-L V6)
"Because we had to replace rotors so early in the cycle and they have been squeaking most of the life of the car, something isn't adding up and the manufacturer just hasn't been forthcoming about the issue or accommodating about owning the problem and fixing it at their expense"Anonymous, NE (2015 Lexus RC F 5.0-L V8)