Gordie Boucher Nissan is offering a brake pad and rotor replacement coupon for discounted service

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Drivers in the Milwaukee area can stop in at Gordie Boucher Nissan for a discounted price on brake pads

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The brake pad and rotor replacement coupon can save drivers $50 per axle at their next appointment

Gordie Boucher Nissan, a dealership serving the Milwaukee area from Greenfield, WI, is currently offering a brake pad and rotor replacement special to save drivers money at their next service appointment. Drivers who take advantage of this temporary offer in January, February, or March 2021 will receive $50 off per axle that is replaced. Drivers are encouraged to act before March 31, 2021.

This service coupon includes front or rear disc brake pad shoe or pad replacement, front or rear rotor replacement, a caliper inspection, a brake fluid check and a road test for the vehicle. Drivers who feel like their vehicles are not braking as fast as they used to or feel that they have to use more pressure to brake should consider getting their brakes inspected and possibly replaced. Other signs of defective vehicle brakes include new noises that occur and persist with braking, the vehicle shaking while it is braking and other unexplained changes while braking.

Drivers who are interested in taking advantage of this temporary offer or who want to view other offers at the dealership are encouraged to check out the Gordie Boucher Nissan website, bouchernissangreenfield.com. The “Service Coupons” page can be located under the “Specials” drop-down menu at the top of the site. All current special offers for vehicle maintenance are listed on this page, including the coupon in question and four more current offers.

Service coupons can’t be combined with other offers. In order to receive the special offers, drivers must present the coupon to the service team at their service appointment. The coupon can be printed from the dealership’s website.

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