I took my cabrio in for its first maintenance this morning. It took just over an hour and cost $147.18. They replace the oil and filter, the hepa filter, checked all fluid levels, checked belts and hoses, brake pad wear, and updated the shifting software. I can tell the difference in the shifting...It is a bit smoother than before. It also idles smoother than before.

Only negative was they moved my driver seat back and did not put the cargo cover back into place.

All in all a good experience a the Bloomfield Michigan Center.

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Comment by Tiny-1and Blue J-Carol on April 21, 2009 at 1:59pm
That was a good price, I just did mine last week and I paid $215 with a military discount. It's usually cost $260
Comment by Fred on April 16, 2009 at 9:14am
I was in for my one year service last Saturday. At smart center Boston, the service, same as 10k, was $199 plus epa fee and tax. The car was promised for 10a and I pulled out of the service area at 10a. Good service, nice people.
Comment by Ryan on April 15, 2009 at 10:26pm
well.... Smart centers are now able to more easily find orphaned cars for people who have a reservation, just in case someone doesn't want to actually wait for the car they ordered.
Comment by columbus on April 15, 2009 at 8:22pm
Wow, good deal, mine cost $260 something. I did learn that our local dealer has several smart cars on the lot and there is no longer a year wait list.

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