Looks fine to me. If you don’t experience braking issue: fading, pulsing, or pull to side. You don’t have a brake problem. Looks like your shop has a money problem. Bro.
In Canada, it's recommended to service the brakes at least once a year due to the winter weather. Rust and salt will cause it to seize if it's not taken care of.Brake service at 14,000 km? I'd faint if the dealer suggested the need. Do you have a timid driver with heavy boots? Practice not hitting the brakes: Do you downshift when going down a long hill? Do you try to coast up to a red light or to a sharp turn, rather than brake every time? How often do you hit your brakes on an expressway when following a car that hasn't hit their brakes?
Have you considered washing your car more frequently in the wintertime? I'm still on my original pads & rotors at 39,000km and they still look good.Kinda late to the party but ... It was suggested I replace the front brakes on my 2019 at the 40,000 km service (25,000 miles). I had the shop send me a picture of the rotors. The corrosion on the inboard face was far worse than the OP, but the bakes were still performing fine ... no pulsations, no squeal, good stopping power (even with a loaded trailer) and plenty of pads left. I had them leave it alone and I'll keep an eye/ear on them and start replacing parts when I feel there's an issue beginning.
I attribute the corrosion to a couple of factors ...
1. I park the car on a gravel/dirt driveway. I think the underside of the car is exposed to more moisture than if I parked on a paved driveway.
2. The car will often sit for a week or more without being driven. I think regular use helps knock down the corrosion and keeps the pads in more uniform contact.
3. The salt/beet juice and other crap they use on the roads, in the winter, does not help the situation at all.
I was actually searching this thread to see if anyone has any positive experience with upgraded brakes. I'm looking at some slotted/vented replacement rotors. They're close to the price of standard rotors and a little more brake performance when I'm dragging my overloaded utility trailer around wouldn't hurt.
Don't know if washes will help me. The bulk of the rotor scabs are on the inboard side.Have you considered washing your car more frequently in the wintertime? I'm still on my original pads & rotors at 39,000km and they still look good.