If those are the original brakes at 60k miles that’s not too bad. It’s a light car with big brakes so it’s a good chance they were never changed. I’d imagine these sorts of brakes on some big body sedan would be something that would need more frequent attention.
Also (if true) shows that the car wasn’t driven by some brake slamming tailgater. Aggressive driver cars usually have two things that show up, lots of brake replacements in the service history and paint a heavily chipped front end and windshield chips or replacements due to following too close and catching the debris thrown from the tires of the car in front of them.
Everything is going to get some stone chips, especially if you use the freeway a lot, but you can tell when it’s more than average. Recently a friend brought me a TLX he was interested in and the thing looked like it was driven into a sandblaster. With 18k miles on it!