Kia of Bowie, you have officially guaranteed that we will never use your dealership for service or to purchase a new vehicle. We dropped our Sorento off on Dec 23rd because it had been stalling intermittently. We agreed to leave it overnight, to give you time to take a look and try to figure out what was going on. I also asked for the tire pressure to be checked, and was told this is standard procedure with every car that comes in. The next day, after telling us you hadn't been able to replicate the problem, we picked it up from the sales dept. They handed over the keys without ever even asking what name the car was under. I asked for my copies of our paperwork, and they managed to give me the originals, with the technician's checklist stapled to it. I happened to look at the paperwork more closely after getting home, and noticed that the technician's checklist was completely BLANK. Not only did he not check my tire pressure, he didn't even do the standard check to see if THAT might answer some of the questions about why the vehicle had been stalling. I called the service department about this, and Lamont was apologetic about this. He indicated the technician was an "older guy" and apparently that was my explanation about why he didn't bother to look at my car during the TWO days we left it with the service department. I returned to the dealership after the new year, as I agreed to give Lamont his copies of the paperwork from the week before. By this time, my tire pressure light had come on, and I was extremely frustrated with my experience up to that point. Lamont had a different technician look at the vehicle that evening, and a part was ordered. They stated this *could* be causing the issue, and we could give it a try. Lamont also recommended we replace the engine and cabin air filters, because they looked pretty bad. The funny thing is, we bring our vehicle to you for oil changes, and just did a routine maintenance in October. How had nobody seen this issue before?!? Lamont said the part should be there by Thursday, that the replacement should only take about 30 mins when we come back, and he said he would call. He called on Friday, and said the part was in. We told him we would leave it overnight and pick it up Saturday morning, since it was easier than waiting there for the part and air filter replacements. We dropped it off around 5:30pm on Friday, and ended up calling at 1pm on Saturday, because we still had not heard anything. Sadly, nobody in service answered the phone, despite several attempts. We tried calling again around 3:00, and spoke with Lamont. He said they had not even looked at our vehicle yet!!!! He said he would call us when it was ready, and we confirmed that service closes at 5:00PM on Saturdays. At 4:40, we tried calling and again could not get anyone to answer the phone. We decided to drive over and find out what was going on, because I needed the car to drive to work on Monday. When we arrived, the vehicle was backed into a spot and waiting for us... as though it had been ready all along. Lamont just never bothered to call us. Lamont saw me walking in, and told me my car was ready. I told him I was here to pick it up even though he did not bother to contact me. When prepping my paperwork to check me back out, he advised the air filter was not replaced because they had run out earlier in the day. Isn't that why I dropped my vehicle off YESTERDAY?!? I asked him if he expected me to come back a THIRD time, and he indicated we could just wait since we will need our 60k mile service in about 8k miles. I asked him why he thinks I would want to keep the car until then, if this is the kind of service department I have to use, and he had no response other than "I understand". I told him i needed to leave because we were now late for dinner plans. He agreed to mail me copies of my paperwork, since he decided not to charge me after that incident. I walked to my car, got in, and wouldn't ya know it STALLED before I could even get out of the parking spot. That was January 11th. I still have not received my paperwork in the mail. I called on the 13th to discuss this comedy of errors, and Lamont offered excuses and apologies, but showed no effort to keep my business. He stated he would be ordering air filters and that we could bring the vehicle back in. I told him to call me when he physically has one for my vehicle, and I will bring it over. Twelve days later, he has not bothered to call about that, either. I am sure you will also be shocked to hear that my tire pressure light is STILL coming on. At this point, I have no reason to believe your service department has done, or will ever do, anything I have paid them to do in the two years I have been bringing my vehicle in. Not only will I never purchase or service a vehicle at Kia of Bowie again, I will be sure to avoid Toyota of Bowie and any other dealership that is part of RRR Automotive Group.