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Q: How much for the 90K service for a 2006 V6 Rav 4 Limited?

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WE NEED TO DO THE 90K SERVICE ON OUR 2006 RAV 4 LIMITED V6 MODEL. I NEED BRAKES INSPECTED IN FRONT AND BACK AS WELL. TRAVEL SEASON IS COMING AND I WANT OUR CAR TO BE TRAVEL READY.

My car has 96000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Billing question was sent to CS for the cost to perform a 90K miles service on a 2006 Toyota Rav4 with a V6-3.6L engine.

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