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So I am interested to know what the average Maint. programs cost? What all is included with them? For those of you that have decided to go this route what caused you to go this way?

I just recently bought a CPO 2016 Outback Limited 3.6R with 21000 miles. The next oil change is 27000 as well as the 30K check.
 

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What's the point? The car is going to need nothing but oil changes, tire rotations, a brake fluid flush, and differential fluid replacement. Cabin air filter is a trivial DIY that takes 30 seconds. Engine air filter takes a bit longer because you need a screwdriver to loosen a hose clamp. Rear brake pads go fairly quickly if you use Eyesight/adaptive cruise control but that wouldn't be covered. If you use a dealer, find one that has discount coupons on their web site for oil change/tire rotation and other service.
 

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Question not answerable as they would vary dealer to dealer.
 
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