The service department here is an example of the reason people avoid taking their car to the "stealership". I had a leak in my 2012 Nissan Rogue's external transmission cooler (a common problem according to Google) that caused the fluid level to get low. I took the car in and was quoted $1,312.45 as a "starting point" to see if it would fix the leaking problem. They told me it was 2-3 days for them to get the part and another day to install from there. Not being made of money, I found that the typical cost of this replacement is $468 with Genuine Nissan parts. I also found a non-OEM version of the part on amazon with 1-day free prime shipping for $83.57. It requires 3 bolts, and 2 hose clips to install the part. Needless to say, something is out of wack here. In the end, I ended up paying a $125 "inspection fee" and went another full day without a car. The experience was frustrating, costly, and pointless. We normally buy 2 year old cars and keep them for 5 years. When we go to replace this car next year, it won't be with Nissan of Streetsboro.