Patrick Cassino is among the worst owners/managers that I have ever encountered as a consumer. I contacted him after a second wasteful visit to his service shop for a recall repair in July of 2018. My car was at his shop for two full business days, and when I picked it up, it was in the same condition that I dropped it off in. According to the service consultant, the part that they arranged to have overnighted did not come in. When I came back more than a week later to finally have the work completed, the part was still not there.
When I spoke with Patrick on the phone, he made every attempt to divert the focus of conversation away from my complaint. I found it exhausting trying to convince this man that the service and courtesy at his shop was less than perfect. At the end of it all, the only remedy he offered included me taking my car to another dealer, even though I bought it from Sun. I did, by the way. A GM dealership less than 8 miles from Sun had the part in stock and completed the repair in about 2 hours.
When retail/business transactions go awry, consumers expect that there is a supervisor they could defer to who will listen with an open mind and offer an amicable solution. That is not Patrick Cassino. In his mind his shop is never wrong, his team is never at fault, and any problem that you have at or with Sun Buick GMC is just that - your problem. You don't have to take my word for it though. If you read how he replies to any online review that is unfavorable, you'll find a pattern of narcissistic responses that deflect responsibility from his dealership and his team. He is the owner who won't take ownership.