NRS Brakes Launches Pads for Three Police Pursuit Vehicles

TORONTO – NRS Brakes has launched versions of its premium galvanized brake pads for three new police-pursuit vehicles as well as a number of additional vehicles.

The SKUs for the Chevrolet Tahoe, Chevrolet Silverado and Dodge Durango police-pursuit vehicles cover more than 1.3-million vehicles in operation. Additional vehicles are outlined in the chart below.

Canadian-made Premium Galvanized Brake Pads by NRS Brakes feature technology that can be seen. These pads incorporate PACE Award-winning, patented NRS friction attachment technology. The result is the world’s quietest, safest and longest-lasting brake pads.

The galvanized steel in these pads outlasts the friction, ensuring it will not fail as a result of corrosion material delamination from the backing plate, giving the driver “a license to feel SAFE!”

  • NRS Brakes feature no glue, no paint and no toxins!
  • NRS Brakes use original-equipment-specified technology for all galvanized brake pads!
NS2407FRONTCadillac Escalade (2021-2022) [4WD];
Chevrolet Tahoe PPV (2021-2023);
Chevrolet Silverado 1500 PPV (2023);
GMC Yukon (2021-2022)
NS2429FRONTDodge Durango (2021-2023)
NS608RFRONTPorsche 911 (1992-1994)
NS609RFRONTPorsche 911 (1991-1996)
NS822RFRONTScion iQ (2015-2012);
Scion xA (2006-2004);
Scion xB (2006-2004);
Toyota Celica (2000-2000);
Echo (2005-2001);
MR2 Spyder (2005-2000);
Prius (2009-2001)
NS707FRONTLexus ES300 (2001-1997);
RX300 (2001-1999);
Toyota Avalon (2004-1998);
Camry (2001-1997);
Solara (2003-1999)

About NRS Brakes

NRS Brakes, based in Toronto, is a global leader in brake pad technology. Its pioneering and PACE Award-winning NUCAP Retention System mechanical attachment is licensed to leading brake manufacturers for more than twenty years.

The company launched the anti-rust galvanized brake pads – the longest lasting brake pads in the world – renowned for their quality, durability, and longevity. From advancements in brake testing, noise suppression and environmentally safe manufacturing. The company remains at the forefront of brake safety and innovation.


Mike Geylin
Mike Geylin

Mike Geylin is the Editor-in-Chief at Hagman Media. Geylin has been in automotive communications for five decades working in all aspects of the industry from OEM to supplier to motorsports as well as reporting for both newspapers and magazines on the industry.