Its an "ok" deal for people who don't like to think about maintenance and are not particularly concerned about cost, then, these packages offer a good solution. If you do the math and work out the prices, you are not really any further ahead if you pre pay the package (think of the car rental pre pay gas purchase option... you basically have to run the rental car dry of gas to even break even on the savings)...same thing with these maintenance packages.... the oil change intervals are normally 12k km's (you can opt for 8k intervals, but you pay more).... if you want to change your oil more often (maybe you don't put that many km's on your vehicle), but, want to change it due to time lapsed.... you have to pay for it, same with the other items...... they only cover "basic" brake components, etc... if you price out the parts yourself, you will find that you are not much further ahead (if at all), by simply paying for each service yourself. Plus, YOU are in control of when and what parts get used and what location you do it at. If you are vigilant about your maintenance and like to save money when you can, these packages are not worth it, UNLESS you get a substantial discount from the retail price.
I get a military discount on all parts and labor at my local dealer, so, it was a no brainer to turn down the package... I will actually save money. YMMV... LOL
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