Blind spot monitor not working so I took my car in to get it fixed under warranty. The invoice clearly stated the problem was in the electronics associated with the monitor, which is covered under warranty, but Flagship refused to honor the warranty claiming that it was a problem with the glass in the right rear view mirror, not under warranty, and charged me $415. The only mention of glass in the invoice was that the tech had to replace the mirror glass because the faulty LED is apparently embedded in it.
That was the second rip off from this dealership. At a prior service I had requested a tire rotation, (for which they charged me $60!) and then told me the tires were bad and needed replacement. They could have at least called me to let me know that the tires were bad and ask if I still wanted them rotated.
In both instances I think my service advisor, Al Swirka, wanted to do the right thing but was caught between me and the dealership.