We love the jeep brand but not this store. Then along the way, there were multiple incidences with employees/service (i.e. "supposed work" being done, lost key: cost couple hundred dollars to replace). The current issue we are dealing with: When getting an oil change, employee called to explain other work they wanted to do that was "routine" every 30,000 miles. During the initial explanation, this employee did not even think to mention the price. When asked what the price would be, he respond around $85. We went ahead with the "routine" service. He said the car would be done that day and would be done shortly. We picked up the car on the Sunday, as we always do, and planned to call Monday to pay, as we always do too. On Monday the service employee said the bill was over $900, which we immediately disputed. This was sent to the service manager, who was to call back that day. There was not a return call and after we called 4 times, the service employee said they were still looking in to it and would call back tomorrow morning. Tuesday morning there was still not a call so we called to check on it. The service manager still had not talked to the GM but agreed that $800-900 worth of work could not have been done in that small amount of time and that there was an error of some sort. Hours later we got a call back, from service manager, reporting the GM could take $140 off to make the bill in the $800 range. The service manager reports that the prices are printed in a book and that there was a miscommunication by their staff. We said this was not going to work and that we were not going to pay for a service/price that was not agreed to. The service manager also let us know that the GM said he would call the sheriffs office to arrest us because we took the car off the lot without being paid. We were given the GMs extension and tried to call multiple times but there is no answer. So not only is the GM using his service manager to do his dirty work, he doesn't answer his phone to deal with the problem. We have picked up our cars off the lot multiple times on Sundays and paid on Mondays, with no problems. We will no longer return to this establishment for any service and will not being buying cars from this lot, along with our 8+ family members that drive dodge.The bill has been paid in full and a case has been open with FCA US costumer care center. There should be no practice in place where an employee fishes for money by getting customers to verbally agree for services in excess of 800 dollars. No paper work was signed for that work to be completed and there is no phone record of us agreeing to that amount of work. To sum it all up we paid $826.91 for some fluids to be drained and replaced.