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Seems the Santa Monica Alfa service isn’t very good. They didn’t even quote me on the 10k service to do the bolt tightening and i don’t think they know what they’re doing.

Do you guys have places that you go to that isn’t the dealership that can handle all the maintenance?

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Seems the Santa Monica Alfa service isn’t very good. They didn’t even quote me on the 10k service to do the bolt tightening and i don’t think they know what they’re doing.

Do you guys have places that you go to that isn’t the dealership that can handle all the maintenance?

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Do not go to Alfa of Santa Monica. They do not know what they're doing at all. I drive up to Alfa Romeo of Westlake owned by O'Gara Coach group. Luckily they will give you a loaner car so you can drop it off easily.
 

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Give Glendale Alfa a call. They have a very knowledgeable 4C tech (Marco). I took my 4c in for it's first service a couple months ago and was very happy with the experience.
 

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Do not go to Alfa of Santa Monica. They do not know what they're doing at all. I drive up to Alfa Romeo of Westlake owned by O'Gara Coach group. Luckily they will give you a loaner car so you can drop it off easily.
Add Alfa Romeo of Westlake (O'Gara Coach Group) to the list of dealers to NOT go to. Going by your recommendation, I called up to get a price on an oil change and was quoted $900. I made sure it was "just" an oil change and the guy I spoke to proceeded to reaffirm that "just" for the oil change was indeed that price. They said it was because the 4c is a "very complex" vehicle and an oil change takes 6 hours to do. Wow and I thought Alfa Romeo of Santa Monica's $300 oil change was bad. The nerve of these morons to make you think this car is some delicate machine.
 
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