When bringing car in for a standard oil change, we went over the maintenance history and found the coolant was overdue. Added it to the appointment, no big deal. It was after I signed off that the service adviser made me aware that my wait time went from 1-1.5 hours, to about 3 hours, which, if I knew it was going to be that much longer, I would have scheduled another appointment to come back to perform that maintenance that way I wouldn't spend so much time waiting. When going over the multi-point inspection, my service adviser was pushing very hard to upsell repair items and the upcoming tire special, and when I pushed back and declined, went on to have an inappreciable attitude and tone. When my vehicle was finally done (~3.25 hours), I asked my Service Adviser how to read the coolant levels. His first response was "You just look at it. It's pretty easy." which, as a college student who is unfamiliar with cars and owns a car that has 2 coolant systems (Prius), the condescending answer was not necessary. He did come with me and showed me himself (didn't bother to get a service technician) and had trouble finding it himself. Overall my experience was that while initially friendly, staff were eager and pushy to upsell, showed poor customer service to those that declined, and were not transparent about wait-times.