A dismal warranty experience. I purchased a 2017 Ford Fiesta ST in late July of 2017, which immediately began leaking water inside the interior when the fall weather hit. I initially took the car to the dealer I purchased it from, but got nothing but the run around-and additional damage to my vehicle as the result. I thought I’d try Suburban Ford, but the results were equally unacceptable. The tech didn’t appear to spend much time working on it, left my rear sill plate partially installed, and claimed he could not get it to leak-despite me providing detailed information regarding the angle where the car leaks 100% of the time. I picked the car up with condensation covering every inch of my seat brackets, wet/musty smelling carpet, and fogged up windows. Upon returning home, I placed my phone in the rear console cup holder, and took a video of the car leaking (continuously trickling) water inside the car while I ran free flowing hose water over the outside of the car. I emailed the service advisor Michael the video and inquired what the next step would be, only to receive an email back from the service manager indicating Suburban Ford was not willing to perform any additional work on the car. I spent less than an hour making up some basic ramps out of wood scraps to replicate the angles I told the tech it leaks at, but Suburban Ford has zero interest in resolving my issue, and making the car right. Another dealer happy to sell cars, but not stand behind them, beware.