I guess the problems at Grogan's Towne aren't really Grogan's Towne, they are Chrysler. Chrysler makes poor quality products, that break down, constantly, and cost a lot of money to fix. When fixed, they continue to break down, because the parts used to fix them are poor quality, as well. The first battery in my brand new Chrysler only lasted two years. That one was replaced under warranty. The second one only lasted three years, but they only offer a two year warranty, so they wanted to charge over $400 for a battery that would only be warranted for two years. ($400 included the labor and a charging system check that was totally unnecessary, as I knew that the battery was the problem, and I'm no mechanic.) Needless to say, I got a better battery, cheaper, somewhere else, and they installed it for FREE. The new battery has a three year warranty, so if it dies as fast as the last two original Chrysler batteries, it will be replaced under warranty, and won't cost me anything other than the time to take it to be repaired. This isn't the first time I've had issues with the quality of my brand new Chrysler. My husband also owns a new Chrysler, and has had issues with it (not even 10,000 miles on his vehicle at this point), and I have had continuous issues with the dealership service department. They don't keep in contact with you to let you know the status of the repair, and if you tell them you need it by a certain time, good luck. More likely than not, you won't have it back in time. Don't schedule your appointment on a day when you have other commitments. You will be late for, or not be able to make them. Now, with COVID, they aren't even offering a courtesy shuttle. If you have my car in for service, how do you think I'm going to get home, or get back to the dealership to pick it up? Poor communication from the service department, and when you do get your vehicle back, you don't speak to the person who worked on your vehicle. You go the cashier and pay for the work, and then they have someone pull your vehicle around. No one answers your questions, or explains what work was done. Read your slip from the cashier carefully, but don't expect to be able to ask any questions, because the service department employees are ALWAYS on the phone when you arrive, and they will pretend you aren't standing there and they won't talk to you or answer any questions about your service.