how would it cost for a tune up on a 650i BMW 2006

Asked by William Jul 02, 2012 at 12:58 AM about the 2006 BMW 6 Series 650i Coupe RWD

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

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There is no service that is refered to as a tune-up on a modern car. Your car has a maintance squedule that is programed into it. The maintance squedule is a little lean. You need to change your oil more than every 15,000 miles and spark plug replacement is 100K but 80 is more realistic. The best way to service and maintain your vehicle is to find a shop that specailizes in servicing and maintaining your vehicle for the life it is capable of delivering you (300-400k miles)

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I heard that "If you have to ask, then it is too expensive." I believe in turning my own wrenches. That beings said, V- 8's are usually twice as costly to maintain than an inline 6, and the "regular" Bimmers are a tad less expensive that the M variety. The E63 is a spendy ride that comes with befitting parts. Spark plugs are cheap, but the independent coils are not. O2 sensors are on the high side, as are the vanos components. I cross reference several online parts supplies to get the best deals. Sometimes your dealer will even price match if you can shame them on ripping off their non-warranted customers. Buy a Bentley Manual and get your hands dirty. You'll be glad you did.

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If you ask me does ain’t worth it expensive and you and up with so much headache, soones you run them for 5k mile You start having problems and worse of all your keep loosing value over the years and part still cost the same as if you have purchased a. We car, To me is a bad investment and talk bout the tyre they are in wearing out, I would never buy another bmw,

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