I brought my 2012 458 with just a little over 5,600 miles. I bought the car from Boardwalk Texas and brought it all the way to San Francisco because Scott Ginsburg and Boardwalk runs an great dealership.
I was WRONG WRONG WRONG. I asked that they also align my wheels ($360.00) on top of my extended service warranty. When I picked the car up in two days (I was promised one day only), my gas tank was in red. After my advisor gave me the keys, he ran, yes ran, to a far away door that seemed like another dealership.Since I am new to San Fransisco I was panicky. I did not know of a gas dealer.I had to ask, and was freaking out nervous. I have had a phobia of running out of gas so I always fill it up when it's below 1/2. 2 questions: I had half a tank when I brought it in. How did it get to RED? #2. Why did the service advisor not put in some gas, not full, just some to get it out of red? This is not the Boardwalk I know and the way Mr. Ginsburg runs his shop. AVOID AVOID AVOID THIS DEALERSHIP IN SAN FRANCISCO
I PAID $220,000 FOR THIS CAR. WOW!! I should have kept my car in Dallas. Larry Neighbors, my service guy there, is the best.