Service is much to be desired for with poor quality - example is taking car in for service of air conditioner and car returned back to consumer with hot air blowing out. It seems that it is difficult for them to turn the air conditioner on after the work is done to see if it works before it is given back to the owner. A week later, diagnostic test done which shows that it is not just a coolant problem but a leak in the system - "we placed dye in system and diagnosed a leak" - should have done it when you first had the car.
Another example is servicing tire pressure lights and charging over 1200 dollars each time (twice) and when the car is driven 5 miles, the same problem recurs. Solution given, center control sensor fixed, need to fix sensors in each tire. Again, no one seems to drive vehicle before it is given back to customer to see if problem is fixed. should have checked individual tire sensors first before central sensor replaced.
Another issue is car given to them to fix brakes and back brakes fixed and a month later, needs front brakes. Cannot evaluate truck and tell customer with 1st evaluation that 'we are going to fix back brakes, front ones may need service soon, do you want to take care of it same time" - it would be best to make recommendation and let customer decide if it he wants to get all 4 brakes taken cae of same visit as opposed to bringing car again 1 month later because front brakes need to be changed.
Porsche part of the dealership and Porsche service is very good, however. Go figure.