Have had a good experience purchasing vehicles at Progressive but their service is absolutely horrible. Would not recommend purchasing a vehicle from them if you intend on getting service from them afterwards. I've been purchasing and servicing Chrysler products for 25+ years and have experience at major Chrysler dealers over the years and never been treated like this and so dishonest by this one. I gave up on them for service a while ago when they couldn't install a new seat properly in my Dart and lied about balancing and rotating my tires on my Journey- had it done right before a major trip and car shook like crazy afterwards and had to take it into a tire dealer to get it corrected. Tire dealer said it looked like there was no evidence of any new balancing on the tires after rotation. I thought it was suspect when service guy told me they didn't have enough time for the tires and then suddenly called me back and said they were done. The Dart had to have a new bottom leather cover on the seat installed because the color came off. After they installed it I got into the car and my knees were higher than my waste. Techs already left for the day and I had to drive around in the car like that a few days before I had to convince them the seat wasn't installed correctly. I stopped going there for service after those 2 instances with my vehicles. Fast forward to this week. My Journey wouldn't start and was completely dead. Called Chrysler roadside service through my MaxCare warranty and they sent someone over from Canton towing. They tried jumping the car but the battery would not hold a charge and car would not run on it's own. My plan was to get the car started and get a new battery but I couldn't. Canton towing told me to call Chrysler again and get a tow truck because it looks like the alternator is bad, I would of had my car towed to another Chrysler dealer but was told it was too far for my warranty to cover so I had no choice but to tow it to Progressive. Tow driver wrote down what my situation was and said he would drop my car off at Progressive and they would call me. Mr Corbin called me and asked why my car was there. My response was Progressive was supposed to get a note as to why and he initially acted like he didn't know. I told him why it was there and his response was "yeah that's what is written down"- almost like he was testing me or something like I would lie to him. Thought that was really strange. He knew I had Max Care warranty and also told him about a few issues with the car they could look at while they had it despite the battery/alternator issue. I noticed the coolant was low and the panel on the bottom of the drivers seat that has the seat adjustment controls cracked off. I tried to repair the seat myself but the tabs were cracked and it would not stay on. They had the car all morning and I received a text and an email (never a call) that they evaluated my car and found the issue. Stated my battery was completely dead and heater hoses had a leak. They recommended a new battery and repair heater hoses. I got an estimated invoice of how much it would cost to repair the car. The invoice only listed the cost of a new battery and had zero cost associated with the seat repair. I actually had to call Mr Corbin late in the day to talk to him. He told me the tech was able to repair the seat, however I told him that could not be possible because the tabs were cracked but he assured me it was fixed. He also told me my Max Care would take care of the heater hose issue. He then said the battery was totally dead and it looked like the alternator was fine. I informed him the battery was less then a year old and I could exchange it for a new one with NTB and he said that would be ok. I did that and then got a rental (which I had to ask for btw, even though it is supposed to be part of my warranty) and the next day I received a text my car was done. I now regret not calling ahead of time but Mr Corbin never bothered to communicate with me over the phone. I had to initiate the calls. I ended up getting my invoice and there was a $100 battery diagnostic fee and a $25 fee to fix the seat, despite it not being on my estimate and I did not recall the diagnostic fee being mentioned to me. My assumption is that there may be a fee associated with installing the battery since it is inside the wheel well and is not an easy install, but not $100.00. Keep in mind I have a Chrysler/FCA Max Care warranty that payed for the labor for them to open the hood of my car and fix the heater core and I brought the car to the dealer under the assumption from the sub contracted towing company's initial assessment that the alternator was bad. Progressive got paid for the labor to look at my car through the warranty, don't tell me the effort with the battery was completely independent of that, so they did get money for the effort. There was no mention to me of a $100 diagnostic fee because of the battery. My assumption is that fee showed up after I told them my battery was under warranty and I did not need to buy a new battery from them for $158.00. I understand their point, but you would assume as a courtesy to me it would of not of been that big of a deal because they are getting reimbursed for parts and labor for the other issue from FCA. And, of course I get into my car and the bottom seat trim piece is just hanging off the seat, despite me telling them it was cracked and couldn't be fixed- got charged $25.00 for that "fix" too. The dishonesty I experienced with them- telling me things were done or fixed that weren't, the incompetency of their technician,s and the lack of taking care of their customers lead me to never recommend them to anyone. I found the service rep to be somewhat cold and customer care was not his priority.