Well for the first set of rear brakes for a Taos it is not bad. The Taos is an S without any of the lane assist or adaptive cruise. Now I have a 2016 Dodge Journey with 126000 miles on it and 40% of the original brakes left. I get around 110,000 miles out of a set of front brakes on my 86 Dodge D150 with 200,000 the norm for rears. I had a 2012 Kia Sorrento that was traded in with 96000 miles and never had a set of brakes replaced. I am not a slow driver by any means. I live in a rural area wit little traffic and that is a big help. run 70 in a 55 though the countryside with plenty of warning and signs prior to a sparsely placed stop sign allowing a nice easy slow down. Ceramic hybrid pads are here to replace the soft factory pads. The should last a good deal longer.Thats earlier than expected but I guess in the scheme of things 32,000 miles on brakes is not too bad. My Hellcat has All Speed Traction & Stability Control, the way it works is it automatically puts any of the brakes on at any giving time to keep the car straight. With 707HP & 650TQ the Car is constantly going sideways (even at parkway speed if you stomp it). Point being, IT EATS YOUR BRAKES IN NO TIME (depending how you drive and how often you spin). My car has less than 20K on it and is almost ready for it's 3rd Brake Job.