100,000 Mile Service – What’s the Cost?

100,000 mile service

Let’s say you own a six, seven, eight-year “young” car. Your odometer reads between 100,000 – 120,000 miles. Your dash is illuminated with a wrench or a display that says “Service.” Your car’s telling you it’s time for service, but you’re not sure what’s involved in a typical 100,000 mile service checklist.
Service indicators at any interval are suggesting that you inspect, replace and change out a few parts to maintain proper operation and to reduce the likelihood of triggering any safety-related events. Paying attention to the recommended 100,000 mile service light will pay off with a safer vehicle, and one less likely to break.
When vehicles are produced, car manufacturers provide a list of recommended maintenance events at scheduled mileage intervals to proactively care for your car. This list can be found in your owner’s manual, or it can be found on Openbay’s scheduled maintenance tool – just select your vehicle make, model and year.

If you have approximately 100,000 miles on your car, you’re most likely driving a 2007 model year (assuming you’ve driven the US average of 15,000 miles per year). So what’s involved in a 100,000 mile service? Honda Accord and Toyota Camry were the top selling cars in 2007. If you own one of these vehicles, you’re in luck. The cost for a scheduled maintenance service is not that expensive. If you don’t own one of these vehicles, you can use the list below as a guide.

Here is an example of what you can expect for to pay for your 100,000 mile service:

1. Inspection Service Checklist – $190 – $215 (Labor pricing only)

2. Replace the following (price includes parts and labor):

  • Air filter – $30 – $35 (if necessary)
  • Cabin air filter – $17 – $20 (if necessary)
  • Transmission fluid – $37 – $65
  • Brake fluid – $60 – $75
  • Coolant – $60 – $85
  • Engine oil and filter – $34 – $65
  • Timing belt – $205 – $230 (if necessary)
  • Spark plugs* – $95 – $120 (if necessary)

* Spark plugs can last 80,000 – 100,000 miles. If you haven’t replaced them up to this point, have them inspected. Ignoring your spark plugs could cost you…


Now that you know which services are involved in a typical 100,000 mile service for Toyota Camry and Honda Accord.
Let’s check other most popular vehicles from 2007 (courtesy of Forbes’ best selling vehicles of 2007) for their manufacturer-recommended 100,000 mile service recommended service checklist:

Next step: Find a trustworthy, certified local automotive technician to service your vehicle. Use Openbay to compare instant pricing for your 100,000 mile service from top repair shops in your neighborhood. 

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