I took in my 2015 Abarth for an oil change at a dealership that I had used before because I was traveling to Massachusetts this weekend and needed it done quickly. Car has 84,000 miles and was in perfect working order. They change my oil, take it off the lift, and all of a sudden it won’t shift into gear. The manager tells me the shifter cable bushing is broken. He states it is “normal wear and tear” and just a “coincidence that it happened when we were working on it” and that I was “lucky it happened here”. The part was unavailable until the middle of next week, and I was quoted $430 for the repair I would be fully responsible for. Mind you, I brought my car in for an OIL CHANGE, and ended up stranded at the dealer with a now broken car, unable to get a rental car, and they stated there was “nothing they could do”. The manager states the tech “knows how to drive manual” and that they were not responsible. Does this seem fishy to anyone else? I already opened a complaint with Fiat of America. Is there anything else I should do? I’ll refrain from naming the dealership (for now).