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I've got a 2013 GT Continental (Convertible - Le Mans) that is signaling me that it needs its first service. I have about 1,500 miles on the car and have had it for about 1 year now. Called my local service department and was told that the first service will cost somewhere around $6,000. Ok, that's not cheap but its not my first go-around with exotic/high-end cars. What bothers me, other than the huge price for the service appointment, is that they are backed up by 2-3 months. What am I to do? Not drive my car for that time?
 

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Unless something is noticeably wrong, just keep driving it. After your service perhaps book it in for next year.
 

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If you were to have your car in for a service at your local service department, would they be giving you a loaner to drive in the mean time? Also I'd call other service departments near you to see what their time frame is.

Booking in advance also seems like a great idea for next time.
 

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lol $6,000. I'd love to see the breakdown of the costs :lol: (Check tires, check air filter, check for fault codes- $6,000)

I'm pretty sure the first official maintenance visit is supposed to be 5,000 miles. Regardless, no reason to take the car in now, and no reason to get raped. Find a new dealer/service shop.
 

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Why don't you just maintain it yourself? Just because it's a Bentley doesn't mean you have to take it to the dealership and get ripped off.. lol
 

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my fresh oil change on my superports was 395,- .. 6k sounds a bit over the top ... my local dealer charges for the biggest service 3k
 
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