I keep my '05 500 Limited in top shape. It has 105,489 miles and keeps on ticking. Every time I take it to have it smogged, the mechanics come back to me with a list of recommendations for replacment or repair. The time that they have the auto suggestes to me that they base these suggestions on the mileage of the auto instead of actual visual inspection. This last time, the mechanic came our with a list 5 minutes after pulling the car into the garage. Remove and Install Strut Assy, Remove and install Shocks, Wheel Alignment, Install new Belts, New Hoses and Clamps, Remove and Install new Battery, Replace spark plugs and tune-up. Including everything the bill would be $3300. I am of the old school, if it isn't broke, don't mess with it. I visually inspect the motor and parts about every month or so. I have no warning of any problems, the car drives like the day I purchased it, so should I be concerned?