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Just took my car into Nissan after getting back from ZdayZ to get an inspection done just to make sure everything looks good. Well it turns out that the inspection comes free with the oil change and because i didnt have my oil changed... i just got a free inspection.
Dont know if my dealership just messed up or i have found the loop hole to free inspections for ALL.
Once a month, Nissan sends me an advertisement/invitation/coupon for a 100 point inspection. I take them up on it regularly, I don't mind having another set of eyes look over my car for any potential problems that I might have overlooked. I also pay a certified inspector to check out my Z prior to track days.
__________________ 2004.5 Daytona Blue Track ... Gone
This is yet another dealership scheme. I am shocked they
did not inform you of some overpriced service which "needed"
to be done right away. I am blown away you actually let a
service person at the dealership drive your vehicle. You should
be aware that under certain circumstances a bailment has not
occured, read the fine print. Therefore, damage done to your
vehicle while being serviced may be your own liability.
Rule of thumb - Don;t ever go back to the dealership once
you leave with a newly purchased vehicle.
I had an inspection after I got my brakes done there, said my tires were in perfect condition and would last a looooonnggg time yet and what do you know, one day later, one blows out on me on the freeway.