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Old 10-15-2010, 06:45 PM
 
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Help! I've read through a number of posts and can't seem to find the definitive answer to the frequency and cost of maintenance (excluding cost of new tires) at a dealership for a 2007 Quattroporte, thanks in advance!
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Old 10-15-2010, 07:32 PM
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My routine service cost $1600 at the local dealership. They also wanted approximately $1800 for both sets of pads and one set of rear rotors (parts only), but I went with FD for the later items. I have found a place locally (not a dealer) that will do the service for about 1/4 that amount. As far as teh frequency, it is variable as far as I can tell from the forum members. Some say 1/yr, others every 7k. The car tells me every 12k, but how smart is that italian with 4 wheels anyhow.


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Old 10-15-2010, 08:47 PM
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Oil every 6-7k miles or once per year. Full fluids once every other year. Check the manual for extra bits like belts, filters, etc etc. The cost of an oil change can be $400-1000 depending on where you go and the full fluids/belts change can be as high at $2400 at a dealer. The clutch will need to be replaced every once in a while depending on your driving style, you should have then change not just he clutch but also all the bearings etc etc and it can run you up to $6000. Some have paid $3k, but I think that this lower price is just for the clutch plate replacement - not recommended.


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Old 10-15-2010, 10:37 PM
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Help! I've read through a number of posts and can't seem to find the definitive answer to the frequency and cost of maintenance (excluding cost of new tires) at a dealership for a 2007 Quattroporte, thanks in advance!
Manual or automatic? They offered both in '07. Repair costs are different between them.
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Old 10-16-2010, 12:35 AM
 
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Monday I will be paying 1750 for all fluid and filters and safety chk
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Oh yes forgot that point automatic!
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I take mine in once a year... oil change, look over, annual state inspection... this does not include problems - which. thankfully, have been few and are all warranties.

Annual inspection bills out at $347.50 for labor and totalling $517.60

Every year it runs between $500 and $600 dollars.

I drive around 5000 miles per year, almost totally highway - so the wear and tear is minimal.

I agree with the other comments - it depends on your driving habits - both mileage and style of driving.

Tires are additional.... rears go almost to 10,000 miles - double that for the fronts - but remember, I'm mostly highway and no track days.

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are the tires p-zero rosso's? that's what i have on the lambo & i believe the rears are only rated to 5,500 miles...though have the engine in rear with more weight..was able to stretch useage to 7,000 miles but down to the wear bars.
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I just had an annual service done, and included the Formula Dynamics annual service kit for the QP. Total cost was $1,600. I got it done at Borelli Motorsports in San Jose, CA. I was very happy with the service.
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I just had two front tires replaced on my 07 Sport GT. Pirelli P-Zeros were close to $400 a piece and $950 installed and balanced. The a total fluid service would have cost me $1,950 at the dealership, but can get it done for half the price by at a reputable independent shop.


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I just had two front tires replaced on my 07 Sport GT. Pirelli P-Zeros were close to $400 a piece and $950 installed and balanced. The a total fluid service would have cost me $1,950 at the dealership, but can get it done for half the price by at a reputable independent shop.
Where did you get P-zeros for that price? Were they 20"?
In Canada, I'm getting quotes DOUBLE that price!!!!! Can you give me the specs when you have time?


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Where did you get P-zeros for that price? Were they 20"?
In Canada, I'm getting quotes DOUBLE that price!!!!! Can you give me the specs when you have time?
My prices have been very similar. The dealer got them through Tire Rack - I only paid cost.
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Another online tire outfit I was looking at was Buy Tires which seemed to have ok prices. Although, strangely enough, the independent mechanic I generally use (Borelli Motorsports) gave me a tire quote below what I could find online anywhere. Am getting my new rears on Thursday; can't wait.
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Where did you get P-zeros for that price? Were they 20"?
In Canada, I'm getting quotes DOUBLE that price!!!!! Can you give me the specs when you have time?
Bvanzyl, I recently got my two front tires (245/35ZR20's) from a guy on ebay at $160 a piece, and the rears (295/30ZR20's) from tire rack at around $350 ea. That's USD, by the way!!


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Bvanzyl, I recently got my two front tires (245/35ZR20's) from a guy on ebay at $160 a piece, and the rears (295/30ZR20's) from tire rack at around $350 ea. That's USD, by the way!!
Thanks. USD = CAD right now, so we really are talking a factor of 2 (or more!) in price. I'll have to call around to some other tire places and see what the #'s are.

I am too shocked to tell you what I paid for my last set of P-zeros


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