It's an oil change. That's all. They will also check your chain and adjust it, if needed. If you are real lucky, they might even check your throttle cables and idle speed and tighten a couple of bolts here and there. Paying upwards of $2-300 for an oil change is madness, IMHO. Nothing you can't do yourself for $20-25. Keep your dated receipts with your manual, they cannot deny warranty claims if the work has been done and documented. (see above post) Trying to scare you into paying $250 for a glorified oil change with the old "voided warranty" line is one of the oldest stealer tricks in the book.
Some people like to just go ahead and let the dealer do it for piece of mind. Personally, I get a lot more piece of mind knowing that I did the work, it was done properly and with attention to detail, and cost me 10% of what the shop would have charged. Unfortunately, I've seen mine and other friends bikes come back from too many shops in worse condition than when I left them, to ever trust a shop or a dealer to do anything besides mount tires and fasten chains. After all, it's not their life on the line when something goes wrong with the bike, right?
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