Personally I would never go back to that dealer again. Service problems is why I do nearly all regular maintenance on my cars and only take it in for warranty work. I've also learned to thoroughly inspect my car before leaving their parking lot. About fifty percent of the time I find something wrong like missing parts or incorrectly installed parts. Nobody is going to take better care of your car than you will. I also use nothing but full synthetic oil. It cost more up front but its better and is actually cheaper in the long run than a synthetic blend.I got an oil change today, and noticed that the dealer charged for 6 quarts of oil. The capacity of the 2.0T is 5 quarts w/filter change per page 699 of the owner's manual, so it looks like they're just arbitrarily overcharging (or overfilling the oil). I'm not going back to a Honda dealer for anything other than warranty work -- I'm sure there are good dealers out there, but the one I bought my car from seems completely incompetent.
If there's a reason the oil capacity in my owner's manual is incorrect and 6 quarts is correct, please let me know. I'd love to be wrong about this.
This was my 2nd service, and each time I've been there the results have been poor. The first time they only checked tire pressure on the driver's side tires, and left the cover to the cabin air filter jammed INSIDE the filter housing requiring a pliers and some patience to remove. I found this out after feeling cold air coming from the glovebox, and slamming it open because they also failed to reconnect the strut that allows the glovebox door to open slowly. Each time they call to make sure I'm "completely satisfied" with the service, and when I relay the issues to them I'm told that they'd be glad to offer a free multipoint inspection for my trouble.
tl/dr: Honda service sucks