I bought my 2013 Fiat 500 Abarth from Cliff when he was there. That went very smooth and was an enjoyable experience. After that, I had a transmission leak by 15,000 miles and I took it in for services. They ended up replacing the clutch, flywheel, and turbo. But they said my Warranty was voided by the MM piggy-back ECU I installed. How do you void a car warranty based on the installed of a part made by a company owned by Fiat?? Doesn't the Magnason Moss act protect you from this? Isn't the burden of proof on the dealer and manufacturer to prove that the aftermarket part caused the failure? And by the way, the car was stock until 20,000 miles, and I took it in for repair after that. Needless to say they did the repairs for free out of Fiat's good will fund. Their techs took apart my aftermarket air intake during the work, which I installed correctly. I know this because of the obvious grease on the joints. I used no grease. Some time later I had a coolant leak caused by their incorrect reinstall of my intake tube. They forced me to pay $400 for their mistake. I was furious, and only paid because my mother was dying down in GA and I was driving down the next morning. Avoid Bill in their service department at all costs. Buy elsewhere like Heritage Fiat in Ownings Mills like my girlfriend did. She loved them!