I have owned 3 Infiniti's and they have all been serviced at Infiniti of Elk Grove since about 2000. Unfortunately, I wasn't as satisfied with my service this time as I have been in the past. I took my car in for an oil change and I let Ashley Caldwell know that the tire sensor light had come on while I was driving to my appointment. I informed her that the right rear tire pressure was at 31PSI. I dropped my car off at about 7:30AM. I spoke with Ashley at 3:50PM and she proceeded to inform me of recommended repairs (two of the recommended repairs were for parts and labor that I had had done at Infiniti that she was unaware of). She mentioned that the techs were trying to locate tires for my car. I again informed her that I would be taking my car back to the place that I had purchased the tires from. My car stayed over night and I remained in a loaner car. On Tuesday morning, September 18, 2018, via text message, I agreed to 3 recommendations along with my oil change. Fast forward to about 6:20PM. I picked up my car from the sales department as the service department was closed for the evening. The price that I was quoted by Ashley via text message earlier in the morning was not the price listed on the invoice. In order to pick up my car, I had to pay the price and wait until the next day to address the matter. I then drive out of the parking lot of Infiniti and my tire sensor light comes on immediately. I look at the PSI for each tire and realize that the technician had not put any air in all four of my tires! I specifically stated to Ashley that the tire pressure was low when I first spoke with her. It took me over 45 minutes to get home because I had to stop at two gas stations to put air in my tires. Unacceptable! Especially when I had just spent my hard earned money getting "recommended" repairs" done. So, early this morning, September 19, 2018, when I am trying to address the situation with Ashley in regards to the incorrect price that I was charged and that no air was put in my tires, she uses avoidance by responding via text messaging. Infiniti of Elk Grove has always prided themselves on customer service. Customer service includes talking to a person and correcting the mistake (not via text message). The conversation was great when I was spending money, but trying to resolve an issue became a problem. It's not always about the money that a person is going to make on commission by recommending unneeded repairs. It's about keeping the customer in the Infiniti family. My cars' warranties have been expired for several years now. I choose to go to have my cars serviced Infiniti for the customer service and the trust of warranted services. It's definitely not because I am saving money.