This is the 4th vehicle my family has purchased from Ciocca. I purchased my 2018 Chevy Cruze in late March of 2020. It was a lease turn in; leased for one year. The inspection given to me upon date of the deal did not have a date. The inspection on file shows brake levels were 7s. I was told the vehicle was inspected recently and that all vehicles at Ciocca are fully inspected prior to sale. In June, I dropped my car off for service. Please note that no one mentioned the brakes would soon need to be replaced. In September, I heard a noise coming from the rear passenger tire. I found a nail in the tire. I also noticed the rotors were rusted and the pads were wearing thin. Seems like a case of lot rot to me! I could not get an answer about the brakes and the manager failed to call me back. There is no way I caused that amount of wear and tear on the brakes in less than 6mo and 3,000mi. The following day, I continued to leave messages for the service manager to authorize this service. Again, he never returned my call. I asked to speak to a manager multiple times. My requests were ignored every time. I even e-mailed him! Then the battery in my fob died upon trying to leave. Aren't the batteries in the remotes supposed to be changed upon sale of the car? To make matters worse, the tire pressure is still not balanced properly from the installation of the new tire. My experience overall was inconvenient and frustrating. I am not returning to Ciocca Chevy of Princeton.