Let me tell you about my experience at Patriot in 2017. I spent over 50k for a 2015 Tahoe LTZ, which had problems almost from day 1. My salesperson was let go for some reason within a month of me buying it so my calls went unanswered. Follow up parts promised took a month to be installed - after I had to call and follow up yet again. 2 tires promised at signature, and they did not want to honor, only when I showed the signed agreement did they honor them. Then, after a couple months, the 2 front shocks went on the vehicle. Probably a known issue as after months of wrangling with them, they made me pay for the cost of the shocks and they ate the labor. I bought the wheel warranty, but the wheel warranty doesn't cover corrosion which was not communicated to me at sales "pitch" for add on warranties. In fact I was told - "Wheel warranties cover EVERYTHING, even flat tires". That was a straight up LIE. I am not even sure how all 4 wheel corrode after 3 years "in the elements" - where do they think wheels are? Again - probably a recurring issue on a lot of Chevrolet's. I have had it in there 3 times now for slow leaks and they cannot fix the tire leaks without ME replacing all 4 rims even with this phantom wheel warranty. Probably a $4000 bill. They said "yeah, the wheel warranty doesn't cover corrosion" - No sorry, no lets come to middle ground, lets go to bat on your behalf with the warranty company. My problem is as much the car as it is the whole dealership experience. When you spend a great deal of money, you expect a great deal of service. The manufacturer should stand behind their product and the dealership should stand behind the sales experience. They should value what you have given them and should work to keep you coming back for the next vehicle. Neither is happening here. I will never buy another Chevrolet, and I will never recommend Patriot to anyone. And that is a shame, as it could have been avoided by both Chevrolet and Patriot. From Day 1 it has felt like they just didn't care after I signed the paper. Warranties are a joke and only cover very specific items, make sure you read the small print and get written clarification on everything you are questioning about warranties. Wheel warranties only cover very specific items about those wheels. Ripped seats are only up to a certain rip size. They will hide that from you so you sign and then learn it on your own and then they will not stand behind it. They do not care. They only want to move the cars off their lots, they do not care about who is buying and what their experience is like.