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How much should a standard PPI cost for a 2000 360 Modena? Thanks!

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Most likely, 500 to 1000 US$ range. w/ smiles Jimmy
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I have not heard of any PPI more than $700 and most of them are closer to $500 but, to be fair, I'm not as familiar with 360's.

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gonna depend on who does it and what you want done. the ranges here sound about right. I had my 328 done by the hour. Think i specified two hours and paid under $300. Two or three hours should be plenty of time to go over a modern car, but i'll let the mechanics on the board chime in.



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Not to mention the Diagnostic tool needed, which does make for a premium. Newer models require OBD II+ and mechs with that setup are more costly.

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Is it standard practice for the seller to absorb the cost of the PPI? Thanks!

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Is it standard practice for the seller to absorb the cost of the PPI? Thanks!

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I would say NO. You want the inspector to be your agent, not the agent of the seller. You may consider accepting a PPI done by the seller or previous potential buyer but.... Part of the negotiation i guess.

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if you can talk him into it go for it. but don't use his guy.

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I would say NO. You want the inspector to be your agent, not the agent of the seller. You may consider accepting a PPI done by the seller or previous potential buyer but.... Part of the negotiation i guess.
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if you can talk him into it go for it. but don't use his guy.

Not to mention guys, who owns the data and how it could be released. Seems once you pay for the PPI it's yours to keep....

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