I recently had my DTS in for a few items that needed repaired as well as getting the windows tinted. After nearly three weeks I picked up my vehicle. After driving only a couple of miles I noticed the window tint lacked about a quarter of an inch reaching the bottom of the window and there were greasy finger prints on the pillars and the airbag light was on (wasn't on when I dropped the car off). After taking the car back, the service manager agreed the window tint was unacceptable and had to be redone and the pillars needed to be cleaned. No mention of the airbag light being on. I left the car and was given an ATS loaner car to drive home. One mile from my house a tire blows out. Luckily I had just stopped at a traffic light and was going less than 20 MPH. Had I been on the interstate going 60 MPH the end result could have been different. I called and spoke with the service manager. Instead of apologizing and showing concern for my safety due to the blow-out, he was flippant with me and asked; "Why did the tire blow out?" I was in shock, no apology, no concern for me safety, did not ask if I was OK, was I hurt, only wanted to know why the tire blew out. I explained to him once he looked at the tires that had threads and steal belts showing he would be able to see why the tire blew out. Again, no apology. They did bring me another loaner car that afternoon. When I picked my car up they had retinted the windows, recovered the pillars but the airbag light was still on. I was told the sensor in the passenger’s side seat belt was bad and that was why the airbag light was on. Again, it wasn't on when I left the car originally. Some test they performed made the light come on. Nevertheless, I noticed on the way home the color of the driver's side pillar was darker at the bottom, where they had used some sort of adhesive. I was over their poor professionalism and work ethic by this point I was going to just let it go. A few days later I notice the tint on the back windows was the same shade as the front windows, and it was supposed to be limo on the back. The two windows in the back doors that don't go up and down were pitch black, the tint on the windows that do go up and down are much lighter. So, I knew when they retinted the windows they did not put the correct tint on the back doors. After being treated with such disrespect from the service manager, when I called I ask to speak to the general manager. I began telling the GM my issues, and in the middle of me giving him the information he abruptly interrupts me and asks me what the problem was. He said he was a very busy person and all that I was telling him they had already redone. Had he not rudely interrupted me and allowed me to finish he would have known that was "redone" was not done correctly. I told him if he would listen rather than interrupting me he would know. He said; "I'm a very busy person and so far you haven't told me anything." Such an xx. You wouldn't expect a GM to say something smart xx like that. I was taken aback by his lack of professionalism, not someone the late Bob Moore would want working for his company. After I explained the issue with the tint he ask did I want to take it someone else to have tinted and he pay for it, I said yes. Then I told him about the pillars being discolored, something I would have overlooked until I noticed the tint mess up and his attitude. He then replied how 'bout I decline to fix those! Such an unprofessional xx. Someone higher up needs to come in and sweep the floor with him. I would never have someone like that working for me.
Eric in Service, Service manager and General Manager.
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