It's commonly known that dealers make the majority of their money on service parts/labor. It still surprises me how much they charge for basic work. My son took his 2017 VW Passat in for a new front tire (the sidewall was damaged by a pothole and the cost was covered by a Fidelity road hazard warranty). While the car was on the lift, they noticed that new brake pads and rotors will be needed soon for the front. What was the estimated cost? ONLY $529.60! Also, the car needs a cabin filter. The cost for this $8 part? ONLY $81! I really feel sorry for owners with no mechanical knowledge who fall for these ripoffs.