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Service schedule Does anyone know the service schedule for this car? Is there a big 60K mile service or is it later? I think there is a big one at 100K, but could be wrong.

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All major Lexus Services are every 30K. So your 60K service is the next major one. It's usually $600-$800 depending on the car. I usually do those and do the rest myself.

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