I see our point but would that cost figure include labour costs of £100 per hour or part thereof - even at 15 minutes that would equate to £25 for labour. Plus we have to consider renault dealers don't own the diagnostic kit they have to rent it. So if you add £25 for labour to the costs of the rental and training it's more likely to be around the £50 mark at least.a nominal fee yeah maybe but £75 is shocking..
of course they need to recoup their outlay for the training and machine costs but even if they drop it to say £25 or less they would attract more customers and recover the outlay faster
I do think Renault diagnostic cost are much too high but we also have to realise the cost of overheads and labour. Plus the fact they have opted to use a different protocol in thier ECU's it does hit Renault owners hard in the pocket.