A tune up is a loose outdated term. Today's car now has different intervals for different things. On yours for example, plugs go around 100,000 miles. Usually. The wires don't always come off too well, so it is a good idea to put new ones on at the point, not to mention the age of them. A fuel filter I would do every 30,000 miles on most, definitly on yours. That was all I included in that number. If you want cheaper parts to lower the cost, I can get them, but you have to live with the results of a short life.
You can replace the air filter, the cabin air filter and the pcv. This is where you can save some money for the Honey, and not get yourself into a corner. IF there is a question on how to, just ask.
OTher things that are good to do is a transmission filter every 40-50,000 miles, coolant flush was due at 5 years on yours. Air induction service is important. Fuel inection cleaning a good idea.
Monday, October 29th, 2007 AT 6:11 AM