This review is only for exterior and interior cleaning and should not be taking into consideration regarding detailing services. For reference I drive a Subaru hatchback and have tried most levels of interior and exterior washes.
TLDR: This is a fine place for a quick in-between wash. Primarily during winter. I would not recommend it for routine cleaning or if you haven't washed in a while. If you don't really care about maintaining a clean car then it's ok.
Exterior: After every visit I find several large areas on my car are missed. The front bumper under the grill, lower front bumper in front of the tires, and rear hatch always appear to be missed. The air dry isn't efficient and leaves a lot of water droplets remaining as you leave the wash. (Pictured) This wouldn't be too much of an issue if there was a spot you could wipe the car down yourself. However, after exiting the exterior wash you have the option to either enter for interior cleaning or exit to the street. If you're exceedingly lucky someone will be there to wipe your car down and pop your side mirrors back. (They fold them in while spraying the vehicle down when you enter the wash.) Not only is this a major inconvenience, it's a liability to be prompted to exit to a street and not have you're mirrors available. You can't stop after before exiting to the street because there is a car right behind you. I've found it to be rare that someone is there; if I'm being generous maybe 20% of the time.
Interior: Perfectly fine. If there were self-service bays you could do a better job in half the time. There have been several instances where my floor mats are still dirty despite vacuuming being included in their lowest price up.
Price: I would never recommend a $6 gas station car wash, but you don't get what you pay for in this situation.
Final verdict: If you are going to risk the scratches from an automated car wash there are far better washing options with better prices. If I visit again I will update with additional pictures.