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Is this normal Disc wear? M3P refresh

Collected my car in December there. Have had a catalogue of problems. Main one being vibration at motorway speeds which is currently unresolved after three service visits. Cars done around 1900 miles. I've also just noticed that all 4 discs seem to be wearing in what seems a very odd manner. At least to me. Should I be concerned? Pics attached.



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Active Member
Jul 17, 2019
Bath, UK
Do some high speed/hard braking passes and see if it improves. It’s not unusual for EV brakes to look a bit shabby, because they get such little use.

I could quite easily drive the car without touching the brakes, and in typical driving only need to if something unexpected happens in front of me or I’m not paying close enough attention.

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