So back in April of 2020 I took my ‘15 gen coupe to the dealership for a concerning ticking noise coming from the engine. The dealership ended up telling me it was the fuel injectors and they changed the oil and said the tick was gone. Low and behold when I went to pick up my car, the first thing I hear after starting it is the same tick. I ended up emailing the service manager a couple days after the appointment letting him know that the noise was definitely still there and that I was concerned that this was the beginning of something worse. Seeing as I wasn’t the first owner, I was only covered under the 5yr/60k mile warranty (which was still valid at this time). Service manager ended up telling me they’ll look at it at my next service 5 moths or 5k miles. Seeing as I hardly drive my car due to have a work vehicle, I figured I don’t need to bring it in after 5 months. Around 11 months later, the engine blows up. Only put about 4,000 miles on it since that service. Long story short, my car is now out of the warranty by 1 month and the dealership said the long block is trashed and engine needs to be replaced. They quoted me $24,000 for a new engine. Which I found outrageous considering my car (base model) would’ve cost around 26k NEW. Customer service from the dealership has been the absolute worst I’ve ever witnessed. My car has been there for 2 weeks and I’ve only gotten two calls from them in that time. Still waiting to hear back about the goodwill program, as this is my only hope in getting a new motor. Otherwise I’ll probably end up have to getting a used one.