So, I had a horrible experience with Larry H. Miller Chrysler. My wife bought a car from their Subaru dealership. First service was okay. Second? They warned her the Oil change package we bought with the car was "expiring." Then? A nail in the sidewall of the tire, unrepairable. Only on further examination, it was not in the tire, and we bought a tire we did not need to. She complained to the service manager, no response at all. Of course, a single tire offers no warranty--so we're out the money.
Second time in for a low tire warning? This time the nail is coincidentally in the sidewall too. Except it's not. It's in the tread. Their solution? Buy another new tire? So we would have purchased half a set of tires, still with no warranty. So if the same thing happens next month? Solution from Larry Miller? Buy another new tire. NOPE.
So we took it to another tire place. Who fixed the tire no problem. And our plan? Buy a brand new set of tires for a brand new car, ones with a road hazard warranty this time, since apparently that is not covered on a new car, even though the tires were brand new, premium upgrades. We would have been better off to buy the car with the cheaper tires, and have a different shop put them on so we would at least have a road hazard warranty.
This is ridiculous. We're done with the Larry Miller family of dealers, and you should be too.