The service advisors are friendly and professional, but the work that happens in the back is subpar at best. I tried to have a long term relationship with this dealer; I bought a "Certified Preowned" vehicle 5 years ago and had it exclusively serviced there. When the vehicle had issues, often times the repair work, which I had agreed to at premium dealership service rates ($$$), failed to address the problem and required repeated visits. In at least one case, the repair work caused more problems: they recommended I replace the front outer axle seal on my AWD vehicle due to a slow leak. After that repair, the front end started making all kinds of noise. After many repeat visits, including one where I went through nearly $3,000 to rebuild the entire front axle, the problem ended up being a shock absorber, which had already been replaced once. Fast forward to nearly 5 years after purchase, I return with my exclusively dealer serviced vehicle to trade it, and they lowball me saying the Takata airbag recall ... "it's a really bad one" ... and it negatively impacts the vehicle's value. They offered me $9k on a vehicle that books out at $11k at the absolute low end and wouldn't budge. Mind you these are currently listed on used car lots for $18-19k with 50k more miles on them than mine has, so there was plenty of profitability available even at a $14k trade allowance. Then they said "good news, your repeat business qualifies you for a $250 sales bonus." Wow, two hundred and fifty whole dollars! So much for valuing a customer who tried to be loyal. I am completely finished with Wigder, the vehicle I bought was garbage, the service department apparently has some terrible mechanics, and they don't care at all about repeat sales business.