I have the most horrible experience in Acura, Annapolis
yesterday. I took my car in for A1 service and AC blowing air on the driver's side. It took about two hours to diagnostic the problem and was told th
yesterday. I took my car in for A1 service and AC blowing air on the driver's side. It took about two hours to diagnostic the problem and was told that repairing the issues will cost about $600+ which I agree to. It took them another 3 hours, then I was called that my car was ready. I paid and turned my car on before I left Acura, unbelievable, the AC was still blowing air. Minding you, I have been there for more than 5 hours. They gave me every excuse in the world, it was working before they park it, they don't know what happens. Maybe it might be something else because my car is 10 years old. I was confused because the reason I was charged for diagnostic was to find the problem and fix it. That is why I brought the car to the dealership, not the street mechanics. Dave was very rude and at a point yelling at me, I kept my calm, and he never apologizes and told me if they find something else I have to pay again. Refused to give me a loaner car, so I can go pick up my kids from summer camp after been in this place for more than 5 hours. Dave told me I can go to Enterprise to rent a car while they working on my cars. Unbelievable, I don't like to drive a loaner car, just to get my kids. After been at this place for 7hours, I was refunded and told not to bring my car to them anymore which was fine with me.
I have been coming to the Acura in Annapolis for many years, never had a terrible experience like this, and David( Dave) used to be very polite. I guess since he is a new manager, you will know the truth about a man when you give them power. But, I asked to speak to the manager and I was told Mark no longer the manager and Dave is the new service manager and Steve is the overall manager. I left Steve a voicemail. The Acura in Annapolis used to be a very nice place to repair your care with excellent service. I will not be going back there again but there is a way to manage a mishap without being hostile and rude.