Only one way to know for sure - open the hood & look.
They all have replaceable filters, but you could well have the "lifetime" type that requires the replacement of a whole large assembly to do it rather than just a filter element that requires more frequent inspection/replacement.
If there's an airbox with clips to open it & replace the element, then you have the simpler one.
If you just see a "box" that bolts in place, and looking down the left side you see a restriction gauge (clear cylinder, with green to red gradations and a yellow disc that shows the current level) - then you have the "lifetime" unit with the actual filter in a box hidden in the fender well.
PZEV has a lifetime filter. I see you are in New York, a state where PZEV is available. The dealer may be assuming that all vehicles that come in are PZEV, meaning none of them would have a 30,000 mile air filter. You can install a cold air intake even if you have a PZEV model, the FSwerks includes an additional port for whatever extra emissions device the PZEV has. Not totally sure about other brands, but I'm sure they feature the additional ports as well. Best way to check, other than examining your stock intake, is to read the emissions sticker (either on the underside of your hood or top of your grille) and see if it mentions the emissions classification.
2005-2007 all had the lifetime filter. I had 145,000 miles on my 06 the gauge on the air box was still in the green. My brothers 05 had over 170,000 and still good. I always thought when it went I'D get a STEEDA sri set up. My 2008 has a regular filter.
My wifes 08 pzev has the non serviceable filter and no air restriction gage. One time I bought an oem non pzev setup for an 08. Unfortunately with the non pzev the car didn't idle right. I'd occasionally have rpms hang around 1500 and it kept throwing codes so i put the crappy "lifetime" setup back in and all went back to normal. Seems these cars are very sensitive to air flow. Don't know if i could install a cai, or if the same thing would happen again. Now when i buy cars i check to make sure i can replace the air filter!