For reference if it helps anyone.... pricing is actual charge amount (parts and labor)
Called in for 40k maintenance light and while driving it (wife's car) felt rubbing on the brakes.
Oil change (Castrol Synthetic) $115
Rear inboard pads metal to metal, about to slip the backing plate which would damage caliper $683 (2 disks and pad kit)
Brake flush $100
Engine Air Filter $108
Cabin Air Filter $119
Tire Balance and Rotate $59
When I dropped my car off I asked the Service Advisor if they would update the software, and he said yes if there is anything available.
When I went to pickup the car I asked if they had any software updates and same guy told me yes but it is for a charge. I said they never charged me in the past and I was always given updates (car is still under warranty).
Advisor then told me unless there is an issue they don't do updates, and I said the updates used to always give me more features. I told him the loaner's software seemed more responsive to touch vs mine and then he alluded to fact that we could use that info to get the update?? But he said that he also doesn't want to break something by updating?? Seemed kinda shady so I logged into the forum.
I'm going to call and still try to get the software updated under warranty claim but does anyone have any reason why I shouldn't get it? Nothing is broke it's just this would likely be my last visit while under warranty so I figure I should get the latest now?