Brought my Chrysler 200 in for ABS warning light. Gave them error code based on computer diagnostic I had done by my normal service center who said they wouldn't be able to repair the problem. Champion Dodge service personnel claimed they had to do their handy-dandy, deep dive, tell the mechanic everything-he-needs-to-know, diagnostic check, which happened to cost $119.00. Diagnostic check by mechanic came back with exactly the same code as I gave them!!!!! Next the part had to be ordered and was told it would take 5-7 business days. Had to pay for the part up front and noticed on the paperwork they had me sign that their "cost" for the part was listed. They were charging me 350.00 for a 173.00 part (50% mark-up on part). 8 days later I call to find out if part had arrived. I was told part was at the shop. Service guy claimed no one gave him the white slip to let him know the part had arrived so he could call me to schedule an appointment. dropped off car on Friday afternoon for repair on Saturday and rented a vehicle. Received a call one hour before shop closed on Saturday to tell me another customer had been raising xxxx all day and mechanic wasn't able to finish my car. I should have been suspicious but I let it go. Monday I drive one hour to pick up my car and found it in the service bay area with the hood up. It was 10 minutes before the shop closed so no way was my car going to be finished. No one had bothered to call me. I asked the service person at the desk what happened. His replied that in his opinion the mechanic had been whining like a little xxxxx all day and didn't get his work done. I was told that my vehicle would be ready the next day. I called the following day to ask if vehicle would be ready and was told it still wasn't fixed. I received a call about noon to let me know that my battery was dead and they couldn't get it to hold a charge. They had called O'Reily's auto parts store and found out a new battery would be 176.00. I told them I would get a battery and bring it to them. I called O'Reilly's auto part store near Champion Dodge and asked about the price of a battery that would fit my car. They quoted me 139.99 for 2 yr warranty and 149.99 for 3 yr warranty. I called Champion service center back and told them of the price O'Reilly's quoted me. Seems they were going to charge me 16.00 to take my battery a couple of blocks, buy and install the new battery. About 3:00 that afternoon I received a call saying my car was ready. They were able to charge my old battery but they suggested I get a new one soon. When I went to pick it up I was asked what price had been quoted me for the job as the person who gave me the quote didn't show up for work today. I smiled and cocked my head ever so slightly. I was just about to tell them the quote was 100.00 when the service manager, Herb, called for the paperwork that had been scanned into their system. Paperwork arrived and Herb tried to charge me for the part, again. I had to show him in the stack of paperwork where I had already paid for the part. I told him that this entire experience had been bad. He didn't charge me for the rental car so for that I am grateful. I will never let them work on my car again and I will make sure all my friends and family members know how incompetent this bunch of yahoos are.