Bill Jacobs VW’s service is terrible. The 2017 VW Golf has an engineering flaw in the sunroof that causes the drains to get clogged with dirt. Most sunroofs have a metal windscreen that pops up, but the Golf has a fabric windscreen that captures dust and allows it to flow into the channel. Our sunroof leaked as a result. We had it in for the 10k, 20k service and were never told about maintaining the sunroof by blowing out the drains. But when it leaked they said it was our fault due to poor maintenance, while also telling us that at 40k miles they would have checked it. They offered to blow it out for $380. We declined to be ripped off, and did it ourselves for $0 in half an hour. If we wanted to include upholstery cleaning with the blowout, the price was an additional $1420. We steam cleaned it ourselves in half an hour for $0. The only thing we could not remove was the mechanic’s grease that he left on the padding. They were very rude as well- when they called with the quotes, after having the car for 2 full days, they said they needed an immediate ok, and if we declined the service they needed the loaner back immediately. BTW, if they give you a loaner, it is $6.50 for gas if you do not fill it and $100 cleaning fee. I don’t remember that with my Toyota dealer, who never ripped me off and was very generous with loaners (thanks Dan Wolf Toyota for setting a high bar). So two lessons for readers of this: VW is not a good company. We bought the diesel that they engineered to pass the emissions test illegally, and had to buy this car as a replacement. We now have a regular job of blowing out the drains. And Bill Jacobs, whose service manager and GM have declined to follow up on this, is not a good dealership to buy from. You are welcome in advance of a bad decision.