A few thoughts:
1) I have had 3 PPI's performed in the past 18 months or so. If they complete the checklist its usually 4 hours of labor. Also get a compression test which has been another 1-2 hours. My last one included all of that and was $750 performed by Fusion Motorsports in LA area. Hourly rates vary from indy to dealer and range from $110 to $160 per hour.
2) Here is what I do for 360s:
- Annual - change all fluids and filters each year = $1200 or thereabouts (range $1000 to $1600 I've seen). This is typically called an "annual" but does vary as to some of the fluids changed (usually the debate is around gearbox oil every 2 years rather than each year and doing this or not accounts for most of the range in prices...sometimes people also skip air filters (cabin and engine intake
) and change those only every other year too and that accounts for the rest of the price differences you see). If you do the air filters and gearbox oil every 2 years, your costs will be ~$1000 year 1 and then $1600 year 2 or thereabouts.
- Get a "major" which, to me, includes fluids, filters, belts, pulley/idler bearings (sometimes also called tensioners or tensioner bearnings) every 3 years. I just had this done for $2977 + tax by a ferrari dealer that gave me 15% off of their standard rate of $3500. The range I've seen is $3k to $4k (essentially the belts/bearings are $2000 and the fluids/filters are $1500.
- Change spark plugs every 6-8 years. I just changed mine for $350 (again at the dealer and again with a 15% discount). My car was nearly 8 years old.
I have gotten quotes from 2 indy's and 2 dealers over the past year and they always were below $4k for the major as described above. Remember to ask for a discount. Scottsdale ferrari gave me one. Algar is running one right now. FofFL runs one from time to time. Auto Gallery too. I suspect they all do...I bet just by asking you can get 5%, 10% or 15% in some cases off.
Oh, these services also include the technician doing the SD reports, a visual inspection checklist and a test drive inspection. In most car brands these are a waste in my experience...not in Ferrari's!