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Thread: Seems like a good deal...maybe?

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    Seems like a good deal...maybe?

    My local dealer has this special for first time customers. Thinking of taking them up on it.

    How much do you think the total for an oil Service would be regularly?

    A little help here will determine my decision.

    The offer:


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    Re: Seems like a good deal...maybe?

    well - you can't beat free -

    but be prepared for a laundry list of tons of stuff wrong with your car -

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    Re: Seems like a good deal...maybe?

    Quote Originally Posted by basscatt View Post
    well - you can't beat free -

    but be prepared for a laundry list of tons of stuff wrong with your car -
    Oh, I'm counting on it.

    I'd also like to get the detailed service history (as I've only owned the Deville for a couple of months). Good looking on the carfax, but I'd like the extra info.

    Just wondering what ballpark was on an oil service for it (before I go to the local and have him do it).


    ...and before anybody gives me the "do it yourself" speech. I live in an apartment and don't have the use of a garage or any of the stuff in it that we take for granted.

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    Ain't nothing wrong with a free oil change from the dealer.

    My local Cadillac dealer charges $40 with $10 mail in rebate for an oil change

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    Re: Seems like a good deal...maybe?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jersey Joe View Post
    Oh, I'm counting on it.

    I'd also like to get the detailed service history (as I've only owned the Deville for a couple of months). Good looking on the carfax, but I'd like the extra info.

    Just wondering what ballpark was on an oil service for it (before I go to the local and have him do it).


    ...and before anybody gives me the "do it yourself" speech. I live in an apartment and don't have the use of a garage or any of the stuff in it that we take for granted.
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    Good looking on the carfax
    carfax isn't worth the paper it's written on -
    any information - except previous registrations - is completely voluntary -


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