Question about 2006 Lexus Es 330
Since the ES 300 is quite similar to the Camry, is a Lexus dealer any better equipped to do normal servicing (oil change, transmission, radiator, brakes, ...) than a Toyota dealer? My Toyota dealer is willing to work on this car for about 1/2 or 1/3 of the price the Lexus dealer wants. The Toyota dealership even guarantees an oil-change in 30 minutes or less, or the next one is on them! I have a Lexus ES 330, 29K, and want to have the oil changed at a Toyota dealership instead of at LEXUS. I don't expect red carpet treatment at Toyota, but is there a downside to this? Any comments?
No there is not really a downside dealers are good it doesn't really matter who does it but lexus is more familiar with lexus vehicles than toyota because they specialize in it but something like that is simple .
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
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