Three Strikes, You’re OUT!
Strike 1 – Set up an appointment through the web on May 30th, 2019 for June 3, 2019
“Details for your reservation:
Describe What You Need - -Front passenger window is loose when in a lowered position. -Install dealer supplied hood protector (may need to be ordered through parts if not in stock).”
This was for my 2019 Nissan Frontier. I showed up early for my appointment, was met by service advisor Melissa Gatz, and was promptly asked to disable my in-car camera. Melissa telling me that they won’t work on cars until the camera is disabled. So, what are you trying to hide that I must disable my camera for?
Strike 2 – Melissa takes me to the service counter and then calls the parts department to find out if the hood deflector is in stock. Why wasn’t this done BEFORE I showed up for my appointment? So, what are you going to tell a customer when parts aren’t here? Come back ANOTHER time? Yet another inconvenience for the customer (me). I even spelled it out in my reservation to check for the part!!! Customer service fail.
Strike 3 – Melissa tells me some BS story from the parts call that the hood protector isn’t made yet for the 2019 Nissan Frontier and that I would have to go aftermarket. A little history about this model… The Nissan Frontier hasn’t changed body panels since 2007. I know this because it took me all of 3 minutes to look online at a Nissan Parts Direct website, find the hood protector myself, AND get the official Nissan part number too! The hood protector fits all models of Frontier back to 2007. Your own people don’t even know how to find parts properly for the vehicles that they should be familiar with!!!
After I pick up my hood deflector, THAT I ORDERED, through the parts department directly, you won’t see me again. Three strikes, you’re out.