Thank you sir as always. So the wrench will be my driver in terms of when to bring it in. What you said makes total sense in terms of what they described to me when I challenged them on why they weren’t doing the 3 year service. I’ll put his in the budget. I hear you on the little things though that they “recommend” but aren’t required.The annual service is usually triggered by date "or" mileage. If you were less than 12,500 miles (20,000 km) from last service or 3 years from in service date they wouldn't have completed the 3rd service. Usually, the oil/filter and required inspections are done in certification unless they had records to show it was up to date on service. This does vary a little by dealer. If it's not covered by Maserati, they usually add the cost to the car base price ... so you indirectly pay one way or another depending on how bad they want to sell the car.
The computer (wrench icon on display) will remind you several weeks before your due date or if you approach the mileage interval.
I do mine every 12 months since I don't exceed the mileage requirement. Now outside my maintenance contract, I tend to do what's absolutely needed for the mileage and push back on items that are more mileage dependent.
Thanks again for this.