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CoWillie2010-08-04 14:29:12 +0000 #1
Let's say you get the fever for an ATV. You know it's alot of money for a toy but you go ahead, bite the bullet, bust the budget, cause you want to get a good one and get a $10,000 dollar machine.

Of course, to save money you plan on doing most of the pm service work your self but since you've got a new machine you'd like the dealer to at least do the first one to make sure there are no problems with EFI electronics and such.

Now at 10 hrs on the engine you need oil change, clean air filter, Drive belt check, and computer hook-up to check for fault codes.

In your opinion, whats the most they should charge?
Polaris4252010-08-04 14:32:21 +0000 #2
should be free if you ask me.............. lol I've been quoted $80 before, however I've always done all that myself so.. I've never actually paid for it to know for sure.
filthyredneck08brute2010-08-04 14:44:51 +0000 #3
I'm pretty sure the dealer quoted my dad around $80 on his first service back in 07 when he bought his brute new... Bought mine used (and little), put the wrench and a little money to it, and I now have what you see pictured below and I do all my own maintainance...alot of it thanks to MIMB.
monsterbrute7502010-08-04 15:21:07 +0000 #4
I don't know what dealers you guys are going to.I would jump on $80.They wanted to charge me $300.I did it myself.
03maxpower2010-08-04 15:45:44 +0000 #5
my first service was $100
CoWillie2010-08-04 15:54:24 +0000 #6
I expected it to be high.... over a hundred bucks

I figured it might be outrageous.... two hundred bucks

I just see no way they can justify $290.00 bucks for a 2 cylinder atv

First the key scam, now this

This is the last Can-Am I will ever own
nmkawierider2010-08-04 16:16:05 +0000 #7
They better do more then just that....but If you are talking about a Brute, I would think 150 or less. If you are talking about a Can Am, my friend just paid 300 for the first service on a 450.



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