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#10

Offline SimonS1KR

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Re: Service light
Reply #10 on: June 02, 2020, 08:54:37 PM
*Originally Posted by MA413 [+]
Well the local dealer took me to the bank and then some ($450 USD).  :005:Iíve been servicing my bikes for years and figure this go around I would have it done by BMW.  Now ,I fully understand why everyone sticks to there own service Wtf?  I asked the Service Dude what the cost is for 18k and he quoted me $1100 USD.  :138:
It pays to play.

If thatís typical of servicing costs in the US, you guys really get rinsed by UK standards. My services were in the dollar equivalent range of $290 to $335  :005:

#11

Offline MA413

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Re: Service light
Reply #11 on: June 02, 2020, 09:04:33 PM
I am not certain itís typical here in the states that is why I posted up the fee in hopes others will as well to compare.  I sat for 2 hours in the lot so they can change oil, filter, air filter, brake fluid, and check my tire tread (spanking new Pirelli Corso 3).  :151: Iím going to do my own work from here on out.
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