I brought our GM vehicle in for its very first 7,500 mile maintenance service in June 2018. 1. Service department, James Dianna Blue Team Service Manager, over-promised and under-delivered. 2. Was told my vehicle's first 7,500 mile servicing would take 60 minutes, instead it took 2 1/2 hours. No serious apology, just "we washed your car too, sorry it took so long". 3. Complimentary car wash removed the "new car smell" and replaced it with a thick, noxious, perfumed, car cleaner odor. 4. Dealership noted 3 miles difference with my vehicle between checking it in and checking it out, but when I asked where they drove it, the service manager said it never left the dealership. The appointment was on June 11, I started trying to contact the dealership management on June 20 and finally stopped on July 10 out of sheer frustration. I tried to contact the Service Lane Supervisor twice with my concerns, thinking she presided over the endless list of "Team Service Managers", but she never responded. So I elevated my concerns to the Service manager, Johnny Fazio, who admitted to not knowing the 7,500 mile maintenance requirements, admitted to not knowing why "strong odored" agents were being used in his service department car cleaning attempts and was overall pretty apathetic with my initial questions until prompted to weeks later by his boss, which then his apathy turned into attitude. After notifying the Director of Fixed Operations at the dealership (who did send me a nice e-mail), he just had Johnny Fazio call me again. I had chosen Suttle Motors for the first 7,500 mile maintenance of our $50K+ GM vehicle based on personal experience in their sales department and a family referral. I made the appointment for my vehicle a week prior and drove 45 minutes from my home in Chesapeake with the hope that the Suttle Motors dealership would have been better than what was offered on the entire Southside Hampton Roads area. I gave Suttle Motors every opportunity to hear my concerns and as with my experience with other dealerships, they just don't seem to even care. I called the GM new vehicle warranty department and was told that if I wanted my warranty to be upheld "without costly delays" I should only use GM dealerships for the warranty required maintenance for my vehicle. So now I'm stuck having to use GM dealerships, instead of a small, local mechanic shop that I could trust. We had been die hard Hyundai owners for almost 17 years (best warranties, hands down and we could bring the vehicles for warranty maintenance to local mechanics without trivial BS), but they stopped selling the Vera Cruz in the U.S. That's why we chose the closest thing we could find to its quality & large size, but this is what we get. We even purchased the extended GM PP with AMT as the administrator (had to travel to Williamsburg to buy that too). Really doubtful if we would buy GM again.