Originally Posted by tuxtanium
That looks like solvent pop in the basecoat. Buffing will not fix that. The car needs to be brought back down to primer and re-painted.
If your current rep is not helping, you can request another one. Instigate and escalate.
Thanks, I will try requesting another rep.
Originally Posted by Focus112
Confused as to why you would take delivery like that. Anyway, looks like acid rain spots/hard water spots to me. They should be able to be corrected with detailing.
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Because it's actually hard to see. The car needs to be completely clean and it shows best in direct sunlight. I honestly did not see it until the Ceramic Pro detailer pointed it out to me. Believe me, I wish I noticed it before I made the purchase. The dealer also left a spring spacer compressing one half of the spring. I did not discover this until 1,000 miles in. Thankfully the dealer paid for a wheel alignment after it was removed.