Last week I made an appointment for a full synthetic oil change, tire rotation, recall and a campaign and a multipoint inspection. Took 3 Hours, and my advisor Dave Fresco never came to give me an update. Parts were not in stock for the recall, and the campaign was just to inspect my non existent trailer hitch. So basically 3 hours for an oil change and rotate. Never got anything regarding the multipoint inspection. No recommendations for a truck just shy of 100,000 miles? When I was billed out I pointed out to Dave Fresco it did not state full synthetic oil as I requested so I asked Dave Fresco if he was certain that was what was put in the truck, he said I think so. According to the repair order part number 4761839PC was put into the vehicle. This is 10W30 oil which is not the correct oil for my vehicle, nor is it the full synthetic that I requested. Vehicle was not washed and the plastic seat cover and floor mat were still in the vehicle.
On a second topic I was called back a few days later and told my parts had arrived. I asked if I could drop off the vehicle that night and pick it up the next day. So I drop the truck off for the recall after 9pm, and take an Uber home. I receive a call the next day that the parts are not in. Since this is not my primary vehicle I agree to pick it up 2 days later (Due to the holiday). Again when I pick up my vehicle there seems to be some confusion. The service advisor forgot to change the pay type to warranty. Not a big deal, but my vehicle was there for a few days and the fact that the paperwork was not double checked causes some concern. It was fixed right away by another advisor. Go to get my truck and again not washed and floor mat and plastic seat cover were not removed. The tech did leave a nice pair of dykes on the seat though. And again no inspection report.
I felt very unappreciated by these actions and will NOT return. I honestly don't trust the work that was performed.