'Down here' just had my first service done - dealer is 4 hours' drive away so I combined it with a trip to see my dad in his 90s, he's another 4 hours further up-island
Excellent as well as friendly service from my dealer (Road and Sport, Hamilton) IMO.
All costs in SPP (South Pacific pesos = Kiwi dollars). Labour*: 303; consumables 96; 'DigiTech' 27; for a total of Kiwi$426. On top of which the Govt imposes 15% GST (Government State Theft) for a total of $NZ490. At current rates, = $US355.
* This included extra time for fitting new Voltaic handgrips, plus a couple of other cosmetic parts I'd been collecting; carbon fiber speed screen, rear master cylinder cover, and frame pucks. I could have done those myself but they did a much neater job than I would have. I'm still embarrassed by fitting the axle covers myself only to have 2 of the 4 fall out as I rode out of the driveway - just to, y'know, give you an idea of my mechanical disability...
Considering the 'extras' plus costs and time to import parts / disposables from the US and the hi-tech-training this bike needs for servicing, I consider this an appropriate price. Plus they let me leave my bike trailer in their yard overnight while I drove on, and picked the bike & trailer up the next day.