Q: how much is it for a tune up Nissan maxima 2006

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how is it for a tune up for a Nissan maxima 2006

My car has 18300 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hi there. With newer vehicles, the typical ’tune-up’ has changed quite a bit due to the evolving maintenance services needing to be completed. In general, today’s tune-ups are based on the vehicle mileage. To learn what services are recommended for your 2006 Nissan Maxima and receive price quotes for these services, click this link to access our service maintenance search tool.

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