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Old 10th September 2016, 11:29   #106
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Bike : Honda
Model : CBR650F
Year : 2016
Service Interval as per manufacturer (kms/year) : 6000kms / 6 months

2nd Service Cost : Rs. 3105/-
Odometer Reading : 6096
Breakup :
Oil - 1800 /-
Oil filter - 912 /-
Labour - 0
Name / Address of the Service Center : Silicon Honda, Bengaluru.
Other comments / Expenses Incurred : Actually the 2nd service cost should have been zero as there was no need of oil and filter replacement as per manual.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/showthread.php?t=176981 (Another Honda! This time, itís a Honda CBR650F)
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Old 10th September 2016, 11:52   #107
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Bike : Honda
Model : CBR650F
Year : 2016
Service Interval as per manufacturer (kms/year) : 6000kms / 6 months

2nd Service Cost : Rs. 3105/-
Odometer Reading : 6096
Breakup :
Oil - 1800 /-
Oil filter - 912 /-
Labour - 0
Name / Address of the Service Center : Silicon Honda, Bengaluru.
Other comments / Expenses Incurred : Actually the 2nd service cost should have been zero as there was no need of oil and filter replacement as per manual.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/showthread.php?t=176981 (Another Honda! This time, itís a Honda CBR650F)
Hondas are making us jealous due to their low service costs. It is unimaginably economical affair.
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The 20,000kms service of Triumph Bonnie will be around 18-22k ! Gonna be one expensive year since one will have to change tires somewhere in between 10-20k odo!

EBC front brake pads costs 3,500Rs.
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Long term ownership review of the Kawasaki Z800

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The 20,000kms service of Triumph Bonnie will be around 18-22k ! Gonna be one expensive year since one will have to change tires somewhere in between 10-20k odo!

EBC front brake pads costs 3,500Rs.
Yep. My 20k service along with brakepads replacement costed close to 26k! A bit steep i must say.
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Yep. My 20k service along with brakepads replacement costed close to 26k! A bit steep i must say.
Could you please share the split of what is definitely a hefty amount!

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Bike - Harley Davidson
Model - Street 750
Year - 2015
ODO Reading - 13600 kms
Service interval as per manufacturer - 8000 kms or 6 months (which ever comes earlier)
Service Centre - Tusker Harley (Indiranagar, Bangalore)

4th Service Cost (including mirror extenders) - Rs.12,344.00
Mirror extender kit - Rs.4053.71
Synthetic Engine Oil - Rs.2610.30
Oil Filter - Rs.390.83
Coolant - Rs.32.18
Housing Plate - Rs.540.17
Service Cost - Rs.1920.00
Consumables - Rs.500
Vehicle Wash - Rs.480.00
Part Repair - Rs.240.00
Vat @ 14.5% - Rs.1105.94
Labour Service Tax @15% - Rs.471.00
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Bike : Kawasaki
Model : Versys 650
Year : 2016
Service Interval as per manufacturer (kms/year) : First service @ 1000 kms / 2 months.

1st Service Cost : Rs. 5040/-
Odometer Reading : 884 kms.

Breakup :
Motul 300V engine oil 1.8 litres - Rs 1808.75/-
Oil Filter - Rs. 563.55/-
Service Charges - Rs. 1635.55/-
Consumables - Rs 150/-

Name / Address of the Service Center :
Auto Service, BSK II Stage, Bangalore.


Other comments / Expenses Incurred :
PPF installed for the tank portion - Rs 2026.20/-

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Bike : Kawasaki
Model : Versys 650
Year : 2016
Service Interval as per manufacturer (kms/year) : First service @ 1000 kms / 2 months.

1st Service Cost : Rs. 5040/-
Odometer Reading : 884 kms.
That looks steep Sujai

If I recall correctly, mine was around 3.6K and that too with 300V oil which is more expensive than 7100
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Old 29th December 2016, 19:25   #115
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Bike : Kawasaki
Model : Versys 650
Year : 2016
Service Interval as per manufacturer (kms/year) : First service @ 1000 kms / 2 months.

1st Service Cost : Rs. 5040/-
Odometer Reading : 884 kms.

Breakup :
Motul 300V engine oil 1.8 litres - Rs 1808.75/-
Oil Filter - Rs. 563.55/-
Service Charges - Rs. 1635.55/-
Consumables - Rs 150/-

Name / Address of the Service Center :
Auto Service, BSK II Stage, Bangalore.


Other comments / Expenses Incurred :
PPF installed for the tank portion - Rs 2026.20/-
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That looks steep Sujai

If I recall correctly, mine was around 3.6K and that too with 300V oil which is more expensive than 7100
I was surprised too at the service cost. Here is the breakup of Techfreaks 1st service. Compared to Techfreaks and Avi's service , there is a significant increase in the labour and oil cost.

Sujai if you look at your breakup it should come up to around Rs. 4100/- (1808+563+1635+150). Is 5040 the total cost inclusive of the PPF installation?

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1st service Details

Bike : Versys 650
Year : 2015

1st service cost : Rs. 3300/-
(Labour Rs. 1050/- rest spares I. E Oil filter and 2 ltr Motul 7100 engine oil.)
Odo Reading : 1280 km
Breakup : Engine oil, oil filter change. Wash n clean the bike, check all the nuts n bolts for torque, clean n lube the chain.
Service Centre : KTM Rajpath, Bhubaneswar

Over all very affordable big bike service wise I think.
And yours Avi,

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Kawasaki Versys 650 1st Service Details

Service Done at : 900kms

Service Duration :
2 Hours

Oil used : Race-speced 300V which costs INR 1150/Liter and Versys 650 needs ~ 2 Liters of same

Service Cost : INR 3,900
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Old 29th December 2016, 21:26   #116
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That looks steep Sujai

If I recall correctly, mine was around 3.6K and that too with 300V oil which is more expensive than 7100
Absolutely. Service charge was much more compared to what others were charged. Add service tax to that, and my bill goes high.

300V engine oil only was used though.

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I was surprised too at the service cost.

Sujai if you look at your breakup it should come up to around Rs. 4100/- (1808+563+1635+150). Is 5040 the total cost inclusive of the PPF installation?
No. PPF was extra. Here you go -

Servicing Costs of Superbikes / Sportsbikes in India-img_20161229_211933.jpg

I'm yet to decide whether to escalate or not. Will take a decision once the Bajaj - Kawasaki relationship rumours get confirmed.
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Auto service has higher labor costs compared to other service center in Bangalore. They are notorious for ripping off customers in labor charges. I was charged 200 rupees for rear wheel bearing replacement for my pulsar 180ug3 which took around 10 minutes for the job. This was around 3.5 years ago. Next time try the one in Kasturba road.
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The KTM-Kawasaki (sales & service) split is going to happen soon, probably in a month's time. A shoutout to the current owners -

Are the Labour costs for Kawasaki bikes like Z250, Ninja 300, ER6n, Ninja 650 & Versys 650 (which were so far serviced at KTM dealerships) same as that of the Kawasaki CBUs like Z800, Z1000, Versys 1000, Ninja 1000, ZX10R, ZX14R, H2 & H2R (serviced at exclusive Kawasaki dealerships only)?

This will give us a fair idea about what to expect in terms of running costs for the upcoming Kawasaki Ninja 650 or Z650 or Versys-X 300 once KTM-Kawasaki split.
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Good catch M. As far as what I have seen in this thread for the Kawasaki motorcycles, the labour cost is around 50% of the total amount. Not sure if IKM will charge a premium on the labour if their technicians are servicing the -800cc bikes.
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Could you please share the split of what is definitely a hefty amount!

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The service kit which comes with filters, tappet shims (20k interval), the head cover seals and all such consumables cost some 12k plus, if i remember correct. Then oil about 4k, plus labor should take it to 18-20 range.
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