They probably upsold you on a alignment too, as that is $105, just like a typical car dealership.Hmm, I just had my first annual service and it was $500. That being said, they did check a lot of things, replace obvious stuff like wipers, and air filters, and one I didn't realize existed: transmission fluid.
Side note, on a recent test drive, the salesman said service is not required for the vehicle. I doubled down and asked if the warranty was still valid even if I never got service for 8 years. He said correct. Truth to this?
They should obviously drop the "little or no maintenance" spiel from their sales pitch, then. It's no different than any other car I've owned.
What? I'm impressed.Just went for 12.5k first service this week (Sunnyvale, CA) - $550 with the alignment that I thought I might need. They also installed a spoiler for me at no charge and upgraded the software on my Chademo adapter. Seemed fair as I expected to pay for the spoiler install.