Me thinks you got taken!!! Check Toyota's recommendation for 15K service and you will see the dealer went way beyond what is called for. My 15K service was $5.95 at my dealer (I had a coupon for a free oil change). The Toyota recommended service at 15K for the Prius is:orbops said:They call it the "intermediate service" or "green service" (essentially what's listed for the 15K check in the scheduled maintenance guide for the Prius.
new oil filter
check brakes and brake pads and adjust parking brake
replace transmission fluid
inspect timing, scope & adjust to factory spec
inspect EFI system
For the cabin filter, they charged me $31 for parts, and $18 for labor -- which bugs me because if I had known they were going to charge me labor, I would have done it myself since I had taken the cabin filter out only 2 days earlier to clean it. :x
It would be interesting to see how closely the dealer follows the book, and how much extra stuff they do, considering that they have already been paid, or are allotted a certain amount each service.ehurtley said:Sorry, I can't help, I paid for the pre-paid maintenance... I did the math when I bought it, though, and figured that it was 75% of the individual services added up. (NOT including any inflation.)
Hyperion,hyperion said:maybe if you list what they did as 15,000 miles sort of means different things at different dealers. The cabin filter lists at $19.00 at Toyota and ten dollars on "e" bay and takes five minutes to change following the owners manual directions.