In advance of my recent road trip, I took the Evoque in for its first service. The dealer had no problem with doing the service even though the vehicle only had 15,000 on it. Everything went great at the dealership, and of course it was a free visit, so what's not to like. About 150 miles into the road trip a few days later I realized I had a warning message stating the coolant level was low. In AZ, you never want to see that message. Needless to say that was bothersome given the recent service and multipoint inspection. When I tried to find my Owner Handbook to see how to address the problem (type of coolant, location of filler cap...I had not spent any time under the hood), it had vanished out of my glovebox. My call to the dealership started out by asking if there was a possibility the handbook had been removed during service, followed by the more obvious question about how the coolant level could be down so soon after service. In a few minutes I got a call back from the mechanic that serviced the vehicle and he told me where he put my handbook. I never knew about the super secret little hiding place because the manual was in the glovebox when I took delivery from the previous owner. I'm assuming all of you knew about this super secret little feature and are laughing at me right now. While I got no satisfactory answer to my question as to how they overlooked the coolant level (actually it isn't all that easy to see even when you know what you are looking for), the service dude told me to just add some fresh water, which I did and the message went away and I didn't have any additional problem over the 1720 mile trip. I appreciate this kind of service and my brand loyalty is getting stronger by the mile. By the way, the handbook says to check the coolant level weekly and the warning message appeared when the level was about 1/2 inch below the minimum level mark.