I just had the 30K mile service done and it came to $2000 including a heat shield and a couple other little items that needed replacing.
They also performed over $3K in warranty work that was billed to the factory.
FYI, the 32K service included the following on my car:
flush, replace every fluid in car (engine, trans, brakes, etc)
replace all filters (fuel, oil, air, pollen, etc)
new engine acc belt
torque a bunch of things
Warrenty work included:
door moldings torn (windows were maladjusted)
fuel injection rails
new motronic ecu
new air flow meter
some other things
My dealer (Auto Gallery in LA) is not particularly speedy (3 weeks to do what is only a couple days of work) but they pay attention to every little thing and the car runs a lot smoother now. I thought for the amount of work they did and the fact that the car is an exotic, the price was only a little horrible. I figure this much work on my Chevy would have been about $900 (tuneup, fluids, etc).
The funniest thing I found is that they said I was the first 30K mile service they had done since none of their other customers drive the car as much as I do.
Servicing the Maserati is a little bit of sticker shock but in 30K miles over 22 months, the car has been relaible and fun.
I have a 2017 Quattroporte my battery is dead is there anyway to get into the truck, if not when I left the hood I’m only seeing the positive terminal to jump the battery. Where is the negative terminal?
I was reading an article about a German tuner that extracted 14 HP out of the Ferrari V8 engine simply by adding a fuel cooling system.
What would the benefits be of fitting such a system combined to the DBW and ECU chip that FD is providing? If it delivered what it promises, combined to FD's...
Or can any anti-freeze from your local autocare store work? my CC's coolant level is at minimum and the color is red.
manual and car say to use AGIP, but I welcome those who have a lot more expertise than I do, which is most all of you! :)