There are a few good ones down here in Newport Beach/Costa mesa ..
Last time I used the one on Enterprise drive .. dont remember the name but search yahoo for british car service..
I just found a new one called Japenese English car service in Costa Mesa who quoted me $ 850 for front and back pads, rotors and sensors all OEM from LRover tax included .. I am going to give them a try as brakes are due again..
$850 sounds like a lot unless you already need them on a 2010. You also didnt mention whether you had a supercharged sport or not. I would ask on labor only and seriously its not that hard. Just a quick breakdown of parts from bputah.com comes out to non supercharged - $350 rotors, $200 pads, $43 sensors, + shipping. Supercharged is $400 rotors, $295 pads, + $55 sensors. The labor should be around $100. I would also say that unless your rotors are warped an pulling i wouldnt change the rotors. On my non supercharged my LR buddy who is my service support said not to worry about rotors and im at 65k i believe. I am still on my 2nd set of pads which are now porterfields performance ceramic pads which i love since they leave almost no brake dust. Ive seen prices around me in pasadena for as little as $80 total, $40 front, $40 back. You dont need anything special to change these parts. Rotors - .
Range Rover Sport
SDB000624 Front Rotor, (Supercharged only) $110 each
SDB000614 Front Rotor, (HSE only) $85 each
SDB000646 Rear Rotor, (HSE & Supercharged) $90 each
RCSCR1 Screw, Brake Rotor (for RRS, LR3) $2 (highly recommended, 1 per rotor)
SFP500010 - $115 - Land Rover Front Pair
Full Size RR HSE (06 up)
LR3, RRS HS (all year)
SFP500070 - $210 - Land Rover Front Pair
Full Size RR Supercharged
LR016808 - $85 - Land Rover Rear Pair
Full Size RR HSE & Supercharged
LR3, RRS HSE & Supercharged
Range Rover Sport
SEM500062 Wear Warning Sensor, Front (for HSE) $27
SEM500026 Wear Warning Sensor, Front (for Supercharged) $39
SOE000025 Wear Warning Sensor, Rear (for HSE & Supercharged) $16