I live 2 hours north of town. When I arrived, the bay manager said my appointment had been for the previous week... but he might be able to fit me in. It took 7+ hours to perform what was described as a 3-4 hour task when I called. I never received any of the free oil changes because of my distance from the dealership, so I thought the oil change was comped. I verified with the bay manager that the oil change had been comped and he said the cashier forgot to charge me. I returned to pay for the oil change. The heated seats have never worked since I bought the vehicle -- I was told that the heated seats were not under warranty: It's the only defect in what otherwise has been a perfect truck. I've had two negative episodes [spanning 20 years] with prior vehicles, and both times, I was made to feel like a lier. Which is why I was careful to get the appointment straight, since I made my entire day revolve around it, but I must have been lying about that too. I addressed the recall only because my diagnostic reports makes me appear negligent: It was logical to have the dealership address the recall. Besides the heated seats, I haven't had any issues with this vehicle and I have no intention of replacing it. I do have serious trust issues with the dealership but there's no point in describing those issues when I'm accused of making stuff up. Hopefully, I won't have to go back.
Narada, we regret to hear that you had this experience with us. Our manager would really like to speak with you more regarding this matter. Please reach out to us at (928) 774-2974. We look forward to hearing from you.