1440.00 for a 60k check up which I was told was a multipoint inspection and fluid change. The multipoint inspection included things like wipers, battery, horn, tread depth on the tire, and about a half dozen deep mechanical checks that your average moron could probably notice. Rear brake pad replacement, rotor machining, and a new battery were included in the aforementioned 1.4k but not part of the 60k mile check up. Those two items were an additional 500.00.
When I looked the service manager in the eye and said "these are not low cost of maintenance cars anymore..." his retort was "yes they are!" I then compared my bill to my mortgage payment at which point he said "your car gets you to work, and your job pays your mortgage!"
They didn't even replace the ignition coils. I noted this as well, and said that was a big job, requires lifting the whole engine. Now I know that's not the case bc I've done ignition coils on this car and we didn't remove the engine to do it. So now, not only is he a jerk, he's also a liar. I called him on it, and he said, well you don't have to lift the engine but it's a lot easier if you do...
Never going back. Thought I'd share my experience.