louiegz wrote:If you’re leasing, and you don't plan to keep the car, do as little maintenance as possible. Let it be the next guy’s problem. Do what the manual says. No point to be good on maintenance if you only have the car for three years. Oil changes every 7500mile should be good if your returning the car in three years.
Actually Louie .. I always treat my cars as IF I own them. Most people I know who lease cars really don't follow the maintenance guidelines. I always did for the most part.
The reason I'm so concerned about sticking to everything with the M is because I may consider purchasing it at the end of the lease -- I'm really not sure I'll be able to get a car like this with all it's features for such an incredible price. Plus, the only way you should EVER buy a car off-lease is if you KNOW where the car has been ! In my case, I'd know !
Sirlucky, good question about the tire pressure monitors -- does anyone know if he is correct ??? Q45tech ???