I had my '13 GT-R at the local Nissan dealership for an oil change and to get rid of a dent that someone made. When I went to pick it up, I noticed that they had cracked or scraped my front spoiler. That isn't even the worst part. They were trying to put all of that on me. I showed it to them and they said that it was on the paper when going through the inspection or walk through before performing service. I was like," How do I know that you didn't go back and note the spoiler, after messing it up?" They claimed to show my brother (why took the car for service for me) and I called him on the phone, he said that they didn't show him anything about the front spoiler. I told him to come down, and he did. When he finally came, the people over at Nissan changed their story. My brother was like," Am I stupid to spend $1k to fix a small dent that's barely noticeable, but not any money for a front spoiler that is 10x more noticeable than the dent?" From there, the people shut their mouths and said that they would take the car back to the shop and get it fixed for "no charge." Like okay, if it was my fault, which it wasn't, why are you offering to fix it for free if you didn't do it? I'll be calling Nissan Consumer Affairs sometime this week whenever I get a chance, and will also notify the Better Business Bureau as well as the 6 o'clock news and yelp. From now on, I'm going to be taking note of the miles before dropping it off. I'm always careful and picky when it comes to cars, so thank god for those traits, otherwise if I took it home, I would've been stuck.