I bought a new Corvette Stingray from a dealer near my home in November. When I went in for an oil change at 4300 miles, I was told my car wasn't due for an oil change. I said that was my decisions. They then told me my car had 2 recalls. I said that it didn't, because I would have received a notice. It turns out they are Technical service bulletins, one of which was for low differential fluid. I read the TSB and it turns out the dealer was supposed to check the differential fluid and fill as needed. I found out that they had not when I went to an independent shop that put over one quart in my differential, almost one-half what the differential holds. I called the service manager and he lied and said they had checked the differential and it was full. I decided to try Stingray to deal with this issue and my other outstanding TSB. All I can say is that Stingray is where I should have bought my Corvette and it is where it will be serviced from now on. The over 100 mile round trip was worth it. Justin Lawson was great. He came over to me at least 3 times and informed of what was going on with my car as I sat in the fabulous waiting room. He was very conscientious and wanted to be sure I knew what was being done. He treated me as I expect to be treated as someone who spent $64,000 on a high performance sports car. I highly recommend Stingray Chevrolet and particularly, Justin Lawson.