learn the meaning of service. take a page from the sewell dealership. i came in for an oil change and a key cut for my ignition. when it was all said and done, my car would not start. the dealership refused to unlock my ignition (which i admit was giving me issues) which i drove there and felt i should have been able to drive home. well, i spent 150 on a 90K mile service, four hours, and a car that wouldn't start. then the service advisor basically told me that they would not unlock my ignition, which i know she was just repeating wht her managers told her. there was one redeeming person there,the general manager, and he would not even tell them to unlock my ignition for free and didn't really try to accomodate me to my satisfaction. i felt like i drove my car there, i should have been able to drive it home. i bought my previous car from sewell and that's where i will buy my next car. their service is superior. i felt that during this incident, i had no choice but to buy a new car from stallings, not because i had the money, but because i have excellent credit. this should not have been the case.
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