Q: Average tune up cost on Nissan versa 2010 1.6 4 cycl.

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Average tuneup cost on Nissan versa 2010 4 cycle, 1.6

There is no average cost of a tune up because such a service is no longer specified in the Factory Service Manual. Tune-up is a term that was mainly used decades ago when carburetors existed and ignition system distributors required regular, indeed annual service. Although replacing spark plugs is still today a critical task such is NOT a tune up item but rather is simply maintenance and even that maintenance is very infrequent these days inasmuch as the service life on spark plugs can be as great as 100,000 miles. Rather than a tune up specification, your Versa has a specific maintenance schedule, covering many different items, based on mileage and time and what I would recommend is that a certified mechanic take a look at your present mileage and compare it against the Nissan maintenance schedule requirements. Then the mechanic can let you know of exactly what is required at present and, of course, from that you can learn the exact cost of any maintenance that is presently required. You can use YourMechanic’s appointment link to schedule a mechanic who will let you know what is required. If you have further questions or concerns, do not hesitate to re-contact YourMechanic because we want you to make the most of your repair dollars and help you to get the best possible results.

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