With the fact that I had a standard F-Pace for almost 3 years, the squeaking is an SVR only issue I believe. Never really heard squeaking on my First Edition other than pulling out of the garage after it’s sat a while after a wash or after running in the rain. I think with the standard F-pace a little build up gets on the rotors when they are wet and then dry. With the SVR I think it’s the same but just a lot worse. Interestingly, I think my hearing is damaged enough I don’t hear it while driving my SVR. My wife does though, and mentions it to me often.
Normal but shouldn’t be. The dealer replaced my rear pads at no cost, and that fixed it for maybe 2 months. It’s back to squeaking in low braking scenarios, and I’ll mention it at the next service, but not making a special trip.
I had my trusted local tire shop change all four pads and surface the rotors on my wife's 2018. The pads were a generic OEM brand. Less than $600 out the door. I tried three times to get our dealer to fix the problem. The advisor kept saying: 'that's how metallic pads sound', and 'push the brake pedal harder'. Absolutely no help. Wanted $2500 for rotors and pads. Ha ha ha.
The squealing noise was so bad, I was debating selling the car. So glad we found the fix on this forum (change the pads), because the F Pace really is an exceptional vehicle despite some quirks.