I had an issue with my Svrd. Took the car in for warranty. Service manager made assumptions and was less than honest when speaking with me. He called SOA before speaking with me and told them I had been in a recent accident causing the issue (my car has scratched from vandalism). My question is, where did he get his certification to make these determinations? Was he there? Does he have knowledge of accident reconstruction? Is he an auto body repairman? Was he not told that I had stated that the damage was old when the advisor noticed it? Oh, he tried to say he was not aware of the fact that I stated it was old damage when the advisor questioned it. I asked him to bring the advisor in and the advisor confirmed that I did indeed tell him what happened to my car and it was indeed old damage. After all of this, he questioned my integrity by stating "how do I know what you are saying is true"? WHAT? Did he just call me a liar???? I then, in shock, stated I have a police report.....his response....I'd like to see that. AGAIN.....WHAT......you have talked to me like crap and you want me to show you personal documents??. After sending SOA the proof of what I said, SOA is fixing my vehicle. The lack of integrity (in my opinion) of this employee will prevent me from dealing with this dealership. I must also note, that another person was in his office just before me and he spoke down to her also.....how do I know this? One, I heard the conversation because he does not close his door when speaking to customers and two, she is a friend and co-worker of mine. I hope this is not the "normal" way he speaks to customers that do not agree with him or question him. On a lighter note, the service advisor I have dealt with is wonderful......maybe he should be the service manager. I have requested to speak with Matt and hopefully the dealership will not be negatively affected by this employee. UPDATE up with Matt and John today. They were understanding and stated that they would handle the situation. Subaru of America has fix my car under warranty so everything is good with my car. Just a suggestion if anybody has a problem with anybody at Jenkins please talk to Matt or John Jenkins so they can handle the situation. They can't fix something they don't know about.