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Old 11-13-2008, 02:36 AM
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Is $46.00 too much for an Oil change at Infiniti Dealership

My Infiniti dealership is running a special for $39.99 on thier website.
BTW: They told me they use Mobile 1 oil.....

Well after all was done the TOTAL came out to 46.xx?

The breakdown:
39.99
+ 1.xx in tax
+ 4.00 for oil disposable fee???

I was expecting to pay about 41 not close to 50 for an Oil change. I will probably go somewhere else next time... I just go to Infiniti because I dont trust other shops like firestone and local to work on my car....

Any thoughts?
Old 11-13-2008, 02:38 AM
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~$50 is average. I know people that pay $75+ at dealerships. Now that is too much.
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^you got a decent price if this is for synthetic. If you do it yourself, oil and filter alone will run you $30-$35.

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Yeah I was kind of pissed because they usually dont charge the 4.00 for oil disposable fee, or not that I have ever been charged that.
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do it yourself.
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^^

Yeah I want to but I dont have any tools and I dont have the oil pans and all that...
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thats cheap!!! dealer prices suck! BTW i havent changed my oil by myself what tools do i need to do it?
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That's cheap if it's full synthetic, kinda high if it's just conventional oil.

Dranom: You can do an oil change with no tools but your hands if you have enough skill/experience.
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whoa..i pay 80something...Guam FTL.
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send me a PM too! damn...i used to do it on my old *** accord...maybe i should try on the G!
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i would like a pm sent lol!
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no you have an audi.
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Do it yourself. You can get the tools for like $50.

Ramps = $30
Oil pan = $9

Thats all you really need, then just buy oil and the filter. This is assuming you have some sort of wrenches available too.

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