It all began with my car ending up at the dealership for almost a week. I was told that I would get my car back after the weekend (I dropped it off on a Friday). All I wanted done was the oil change along with all the other services provided with the concierge plus. I was told by other people that it should not take that long to do, if that were the case. Dan told me that the reason it took so long was because of the check engine light diagnostics. So I asked my brother, and he told me there was no code shown on the paper I was given. They lied to me. I kept having to call back rather than Dan calling me to update me on my car. I called him on Monday, and he said it would be done by Tuesday Morning. So I called him on Tuesday, and he said it would be done by Wednesday Morning. I left him voice messages and even called a few times before he finally picked up by Wednesday evening saying that my car is finally ready to be picked up. That is ridiculous that it took that long, but he told me it was "simply because of the busy work load" Umm, I had an appointment though?
I also asked if it was okay to have my car run through the machine wash and he told me it should be fine. Well, when I picked up my car, I noticed a long scatch near the gas tank. He is not to be trusted.
They also didn't have the right code inputed on my customer copy paper. I would have been charged a little over 60 bucks, even though I have concierge plus (perks of buying a new car at that dealership). After I told them I have concierge plus, one of the ladies at the desk said that I still have to pay because I'm only over 5,000 miles. Of course I'm only over 5,000 miles. I just bought my car there!!! They finally double checked and made sure of everything.
I guess the dealership may have had a better rating, but I just did not like my service advisor.