Over the past week I've started to notice some various issues - the kind that you'd never notice until you got used to the car. None of these are enough to stop me from enjoying the car besides the steering, but I'd like to get everything taken care of regardless. High performance car made by a small manufacturer or not, I still paid >$50k for it and expect it to be mostly perfect while under warranty.
I finally got the car nice and shiny and had it out in the sun today... lots of flaws on top of the mark near the fuel door that I'm just starting to notice.
There is a dull mark that almost looks like the clearcoat was burned off on the engine/trunk cover. It's still green in color, but has no shine to it at all.
There is another spot on the rear of the car that looks like it came from a small air bubble in the paint, and there are several "drips" on the car.
I know none of these flaws were caused by me, so I'll be calling the dealer to see if there is anything that can be done.
The steering wheel must be turned a bit to the right for the car to go straight. I checked my tires (pressure, etc...) and don't see a problem there, and was driving on a perfectly level surface... so that's another issue I'll have to have checked out. This issue is something I'm sure I'd have noticed ealier on, so it has probably developed over the past couple days.
There are a few small gray splatter marks in the clear plastic gauge cover, and a few more on the center of the steering wheel. I've tried to get rid of them but the ones on the steering wheel seem somehow embedded in the plastic and the ones on the clear plastic gauge cover seem to be on the inside.