Didn’t touch car on date of appointment (7 September) despite having car all day. Did not return phone calls (four) and had to go to dealer to find out they didn’t touch the car. Service to include AWD warning light, new key fob, and tire balancing. On next work day, 10 September (dealer had car over a weekend) diagnosed issue and requested I pay for parts to be ordered and would call when parts were in, around 3-4 days. I picked up the car, paid for the parts, and found tires were not balanced, something I took care of separately. After a week (18 September) I called the parts department to find the parts were in. I scheduled an appointment for 21 September to finish the job. Work was completed on time. When picking up the car I found the bill to be more than anticipated ($300 more). I paid the bill and asked to speak to the manager. There were multiple notices on the intercom for the manager as well as to have someone pull my car around. After waiting for 15 minutes neither the manager or the car showed up. I asked for the manager to call me and where car was located. Car wasn’t in location provided so got an unguided tour of the dealership before finding my car. Manager did not call but service rep did on 22 September. He was unaware of initial issue of car not being touched or phone calls returned. Did acknowledge issue with no return call on parts but said tied to a call center and said he made the decision on not balancing the tires. He didn’t understand the misquote on price and apologized for car pickup issues. Offered to provide a free car detail which I declined. After spending over $3500 in service at this dealer over the past two years, they failed here.