A well deserved 5 star rating! I had preventative maintenance performed on our 2013 Cadillac SRX: oil change, tire rotation, multi-point inspection, battery check, alignment check....I also requested that they change the cabin air filter. We’re from Iowa so I usually have the cabin air filter changed every 40,000 miles, but in Arizona because of climate dust I have it changed every 20,000 miles. Earnhardt Cadillac came to me with pictures of the existing filter and the air intake vent to the AC/Heater blower. A rodent (most likely a roof rat) had been nesting in the area, chewing up the filter and pushing the filter remnants into the blower intake vent. I authorized Earnhardt to disassemble the blower and clean out the intake vent. They also performed an additional check for any damages to electrical harness. Wow, we were fortunate, because no additional damage was discovered! Their charge for correcting the damage and inspection for possible other rodent damage was only for 1 hour of labor, which I know is very customer friendly. Another item that I routinely do when I take vehicles to dealerships, and I believe a test drive should be part of the labor, is to reset the trip odometer. I found that our SRX was actually test driven, because the trip odometer verified it. Earnhardt’s customer service lounge is very relaxing for customers, which is also a nice plus. But for me when I take our vehicle in for preventative maintenance it is all about trust and value while waiting for our vehicle to be serviced. Earnhardt Chandler Cadillac proved to me that they perform preventative maintenance. If you live in AZ and your car has a cabin air filter, get it changed! A new filter will extend the life of your AC/Heater blower, and if there are critters where you park your vehicle, you might be as lucky as me by having Earnhardt Cadillac change your filter. PS. If a critter dies in their nesting place in your vehicles blower intake; air freshiners in your car will not eliminate the critter’s decaying odor. A shout out Thank You to Earnhardt Chandler Cadillac!