Infiniti M37: $90 for tire rotation every 7500 miles - a bad design
By jcox1944 on
2011 Infiniti M37 4dr Sedan (3.7L 6cyl 7A)
I recently purchased an Infiniti M37 and like the car. I was in for service today and told I have to pay $90 for tire rotation every 7,500 miles because the sensors have to be recalibrated in order for the tire gauge on dash to work. That means I would have to pay nearly $400 before I get a new set of tires. They do not tell you this when you buy a car. This is a bad design for a luxury car and undermines the marketing effort of the company to consumers. I have had 11 BMWs and nothing like that. This is nickel and diming the consumer in the service department. Bad news. If I find this with other services, I am going back to BMW. They cover your service including tire rotatio
See above comments -- need to eliminate charge or change technology for tire pressure guages other wise if you drive the car for 75,000 miles you will pay about $900 just to rotate your tires.
The covers an entire set of tires or close to it.
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