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The cost can range from 500 to 1000 dollars. It all depends on what has depreciated on the current vehicle. With that said; You should expect to pay around 800 dollars, at most, for the 60k service. You can request to not have certain check points covered to lower the end price, but I don't recommend that at all.

The tries will usually inflate the price past 1000 dollars if they need replacing during the service inspection.

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