My overall experience with Richmond Subaru dealer has been nothing but a nightmare in the last 4 years from sales to the service. there are so many incidents that took place throughout the years that kept me wondering how they are still in the business of servicing their customers. the endless struggle and frustration started merely 6 months after i purchased brand new 2016 Subaru outback, one of the many issues is specifically that battery kept having issues which led to numerous times the car couldn't start on its own at various locations, garage, camp site, shopping mall parking lot, my dentist office parking lot, etc. I have brought up the issue every single time I went there for service, but the technician reports saying the battery passed the test and the problem is because of my misuse of the electronic accessories. for god sake, I have been driving for 15 years, and the accessories I used (all sold in stories throughout the country)are no different with what I have used in my other cars. The service manage that i talked to had the audacity to say that I shouldn't be using after market accessories like after market phone charging cables, and i should be using a licensed product. when I asked is there such thing as Subaru licensed accessories, he couldn't answer my question. I have never ever heard anything like this in my life. Imagine a world where you purchase a vehicle and you had to ask for a brand-licensed electronic accessory to use in your car! how absurd and ridiculous is that??? i don't care what your report says about my battery issue, it can say whatever you want, my experience just told a completely different story, which clearly indicated this is a manufacturing defect, but Richmond Subaru has been denying that for almost 4 years. In the past 3+ years, I have had to carry a jump start cable with me AT ALL TIMES, just in case, my car won't start due to battery defect at any moment. Can you imagine how stressful this is, and especially considering the fact this was a brand new car. During my recent visit to Subaru after another test, i was finally told the battery failed, and it just conveniently neither the original factory warranty and the extended warranty I purchased DOES NOT cover it. Wow, what an interesting time to learn about this inconvenient truth. I was told that i have to pay the full price to fix it and it won't be covered by the warranty i have. For 4 years, i have been bringing up the issue, and i was pushed away every time by the lame excuse i was given because i was too nice to say anything and stand up for what i think it's wrong. After several extremely disappointing conversations with the service manager and service department, i have finally gave up on negotiating with them. i wasn't asking for any compensation for the horrible experience i had over the years, all i asked from the dealer is that they will replace my battery for free, but shockingly i was turned away by this simple and reasonable request in the last 3+ years. I have been sharing my experience with my families and friends whenever i get the chance, now i will keep sharing my experience i had with Richmond Subaru, so that people are aware of this dealership, take extra caution when dealing with them, top to bottom.