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Old 10-27-2016, 05:44 PM
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Default 10,000 mile service

how much would one be expected to pay for the following "service"

oil/filter change, replace oil drain plug, inspect suspension, perform battery test, scan vehicle for latest software updates and fault codes, reset maintenance indicator, lubricate and inspect all chassis components, clear water drains of all debris, top off vital fluids

oh and complimentary car wash

parts + labor...

oh and yes, this is in manhattan
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Old 10-27-2016, 06:29 PM
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ok ok i wont ruin the suspense

600 bux!
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Not much more than in Houston.
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needesdecaf of f10 535i steering drift fame, n'est-ce pas?
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Just had mine done in Hartford for $285.

What a difference 2 hours North makes!!!
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It will cost an extra $1,200 to correct the paint from the dealership car wash.
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Originally Posted by LexVan View Post
It will cost an extra $1,200 to correct the paint from the dealership car wash.
+1000
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And when was the last year a Porsche chassis needed to be lubricated? '50s?? '60s???
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oil change only $299.00 plus tax (seasonal special)
annual maintenance $585.00 plus tax
biannual $1795.00 plus tax

Thats what I was quoted when I previously emailed Manhattan Porsche. It's also in a thread I started before about the NY/NJ service departments:

https://rennlist.com/forums/991/9431...ce-advice.html
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$300 to $400 in SoCal, dealers near(ish) each other can be pretty different. Try and support one that supports PCA is poss, bonus = 10% off normally
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needesdecaf of f10 535i steering drift fame, n'est-ce pas?
Hahahah. That'd be moi!
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Originally Posted by LexVan View Post
It will cost an extra $1,200 to correct the paint from the dealership car wash.
that was the easiest decision to make. no shot anyone is touching my car. no one else has ever washed it
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Originally Posted by Fasttr View Post
Just had mine done in Hartford for $285.

What a difference 2 hours North makes!!!
Where? Send me a PM please.
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Originally Posted by LexVan View Post
And when was the last year a Porsche chassis needed to be lubricated? '50s?? '60s???
I think at the quoted prices, it is the customer getting lubricated, not the Porsche!
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Just had my two year done at an Indy, oil change and brake fluid flush for $139. I supplied the 5W50 and filter however.
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