does brand new brake pads/rotors, all new filters ( oil,cabin,air, fuel),add to the current retail price, or just qualify the current retail price?
I just performed maintenance on my 2005 Crossfire as above.
Please reply to my question,above?
Performing normal maintenance and replacing parts does not increase the cost of the car. It helps maintain the avg. worth of the vehicle. If you were to sell it , it wouldn't be on the market so long because the vehicle was taken care of. Think of it this way, the car came with brake pads and rotors, so why would someone pay more?
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