I had heard Hudson Nissan had a good service dept. and Charleston Nissan didn't. I wish I had .known they were owned by the same company, I would have driven another 50 or 100 miles for service! My problem with my 2007 Nissan Xterra (other than taking it to Hudson Nissan) was that the terminal that fits on the positive post on the battery was loose and couldn't be tightened anymore. So, in short, I wasn't getting a good connection from the positive post and this was draining the battery down. After calling the dealership about parts and labor costs, about $80, I was told to bring it in before 4:30. No problem, I drove the 50 miles from Walterboro and was there by a few minutes after 4:00. The lady who wrote up the service order was nice and knew what she was talking about. She told me it was not a big job and wouldn"t take but about an hour. So I walked around the lot some and went back to the lounge. I sat where I could watch them working on it in a bay next to the lounge. At first it seemed like they weren't quite sure about something, but they soon solved whatever the problem was. The same servicewoman came back with the bill (not quite as much as I thought) and I paid the cashier. The other lady said they were going to give it a quick wash, but it would only take a few minutes. Had I known then what I know now, I would have screamed don't do that! This is where everything started going downhill - and fast! As I pulled out of the dealership, a severe thunderstorm was about to hit the area. Funny thing, though, the mirror on the driver's side was almost to the point of flapping in the breeze! I know it was not and had never been that way before. So I pulled over as soon as I could, not easy with rush hour traffic on Rivers Ave., and rolled my window down. Sure enough, it was LOOSE, as in real loose. I called the Service Dept. and asked them what the heck they had done to my mirror. All this time it was getting stormier and darker, with the wind really whipping. It seemed the Service Dept. was about to close and could I bring it back first thing in the morning? After a few choice words, that loosely translated meant it was not convenient for me to drive another round trip of 100+ miles, the guy told me to bring it back when I could. I told him thanks for nothing. What a jerk, no not me, him! So I had no choice but to drive back. I think something else came loose on the mirror, because it's now hanging by one group of wires with a plug connecting them. Try driving in a severe thunderstorm when it's getting darker by the minute, with a mirror now hanging a foot lower than it should be. There is no way to see what is beside you on the driver's side - no way. Does this sound very dangerous and perhaps a basis for a lawsuit yet? But, it gets better. Less than a mile further, the mirror somehow becomes free of the plug wire holding it and I can hear it hit the road. Do you think I'm going to turn around and go look for it? Not in this lifetime, or any other. The way I see it, ALL responsibility and costs associated with replacing the mirror falls right in Hudson Nissan's lap. It is not my problem that they employ incompetent people who aren't qualified to wash a car. Plus the costs of the income I will lose as well as the gas I will have to buy. All this because of some idiot who must be as blind as a bat or just decided he probably be better off to keep his mouth shut! All I know is I'm looking forward to making that trip again. But I'm going to try to get off work tomorrow and go back - while I'm still good and mad and dying to give somebody a piece of my mind, preferably the Manager!