2020 Passport Elite - Modern Steel Metallic w/Black Leather
I agree with you!! Not only do you get a low end mechanic, you also have to deal with the upselling by the service advisor. I’ve had all kinds of problems with my local Honda dealers over the years. TWICE, they left tools on top of my engine cover and closed the hood. Got a few dents from those stupid moves. Also got random dents on my cars after servicing. Grease marks on my upholstery and carpet. Dashboard scratches. Countless missing push pins and clips. Had a radiator replaced and they forgot to put the lower shroud back on. Complete morons! That’s why I started doing my own maintenance.Don't do it Drummer. Even if they were included free I would never allow a dealer to change my oil. WAY Too many incidents of dealers and service stations doing the dreaded dry start. They drain your oil , replace your filter and then simply forget to add oil. Then they start the thing up and when they hear the valve's clicking they shut her down and add the oil. Keep in mind that they normally give oil changes to the youngest and most junior mechanics who are spending their work shifts dwelling on the problems they're having with their 20-something girlfriends and defaulted truck payments. Your passport then becomes a ticking time bomb. Happened to me with a new Tundra. Never again. Oil is the life blood of your Passport. If you allow someone else to change it, you are a BAD passport owner.