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15,000 Miles Service Cost

Ducati Newport beach quoted $1,550 dollars for a scheduled 15k miles maintenance service. Ouch!


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Yeh that sucks. I am amazed at how they can get away charging so much. It actually pisses me off. Buy a manual, a lift, and some tools. That's my advice.

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Are they charging you for the frame sticker removal in that?
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Maintaining a 2 cylinders Ducati is more expensive than the 8 cylinders Range Rover.
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Maintaining a 2 cylinders Ducati is more expensive than the 8 cylinders Range Rover.
actually, 2 cylinder ducati is less expensive to maintain than 6, 8, or 12-cylinder Ferrari
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actually, 2 cylinder ducati is less expensive to maintain than 6, 8, or 12-cylinder Ferrari
Actually there is no such thing as 6-cylinder Ferrari. They all start with 8s
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Actually there is no such thing as 6-cylinder Ferrari. They all start with 8s
u're correct
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There's also a 4 cylinder. '54 Mondial 500. Four cylinders, 2 liters.

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Actually there is no such thing as 6-cylinder Ferrari. They all start with 8s
yes there is... Ferrari 206 gt and 246 gt and gts was a v6.
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