I have never been so disappointed in a dealership in all the years I've spent buying vehicles. My fiance and I decided to take a long weekend trip to Savannah, GA. We both took two days off in order to spend some alone time together. Six months ago we decided to trade in our two year old focus on a brand new 2015 Dodge Dart. Due to the fact that the only other vehicle we own is a diesel, we decided to bring the Dart to Georgia. We had just past the Hilton Head, SC exit when our Dart decided to completely shut down which cause our brakes to lock and the car to skid. We took it to the closet Dodge dealership to find out the valve box and wiring harness were completely fired. Well, these part had to be special handled to SC and will not arrive till Tuesday which means the car won't be fixed until Wednesday. We both have to be at work Monday. So now you're probably wondering where Liberty comes into this. The problem is my fiance and I can not take two more day off work and spend 300 in diesel to drive down here to retrieve our Dart so we called Liberty for some help on Thursday, the day it happened. It took 5 phone calls in order to talk to someone. After we talked to some they told you we would receive a call back Friday. By 4 o'clock Friday evening we still received no call. It then took 4 phone calls and getting hung up on twice to talk to a manager who then told us the GM would call is right back. Come Saturday morning we still received no call so we call back Saturday at 3 to talk to a manager who then told us it was out car, therefore our problem and they did not care nor would help us. This is not the first time I have had problems with this dealership or a Chrysler product, therefore I will no longer spend my money on either again. I can not believe the poor customer service at this dealership, no one even took the time to apologize for the problems we were having.