I drive an older model, manual, Subaru, and take my car to triangle for oil changes because they are open on weekends and my Subaru specialist isn't. On more than one occasion I've found their feedback alarmist to say the least. For example, this past weekend they changed my oil and sounded the alarm about my vehicle. The gal who called told my transmission is bad and my radiator is leaking coolant, but the mechanic "wouldn't touch it for fear of damaging the radiator." Their written report included scary things like "transmission very noisy--likely bad," along with other comments about my radiator leaking coolant, a "quick leak" in a rear strut, and a need for rear brakes and 4 tires. The prices associated with each of these services was really high, too. As you might imagine, such a report evoked panic from me. I was thinking I needed a new car. No point replacing a transmission on a 12 year old car. Good thing I made an appointment with my Subaru specialist, instead of taking their word for it.... My Subaru guy disagreed with most of what Triangle's report said. My transmission is not "noisy," or "likely bad." In fact, it is functioning normally, and the "noises" are consistent with a late model, manual transmission, with high mileage. Usually, changing the fluids and adding a conditioner takes care of this, and if it doesn't, the noises are nowhere near loud enough for him to conclude it is bad and needs replacing. We've been watching the rear strut for some time, and it is seeping, not "quick leaking," as it has been, and it is no worse than it was the last time Triangle erroneously noted this on one of their reports. There's also nothing wrong with my radiator. Although there's evidence of a PREVIOUS leak, there is no CURRENT coolant leak, or swollen hoses, or danger related to my radiator or coolant. They tightened the clamps on the hoses anyway. Just to be sure. Interestingly, despite the "thorough inspection" Triangle brags about, they missed a burned out headlight and warped front rotars, which means I ALSO need front brakes, and they missed the power steering fluid which badly needed changing. I do need 4 tires though. They got that one totally right. In summary, they're a cost effective option for an oil change on the weekend. After that, question everything.