That really is the very point.. There was no notification, merely the B1 service minder. As I sat in the waiting room they said that I should get the transmission fluid change, as I'd hit 33K miles. I was surprised that it would be required or suggested so early, and also had never seen the maintenance minder for transmission fluid change. And then was charged $399 (which, after checking around afterwards, was very high even for an Acura dealer, another dealer in the area quoted me $250). I challenged this whole thing a few days after and they refunded me the $399 but the general manager tried to give me some song and dance about how it wasn't a bad idea to have the fluid changed, that the maintenance minder can't always be trusted, and that $399 was less than other dealers in the area. Obviously he checked with another dealer than I. This is what makes me hate dealing with car dealers altogether, sales or service.