I was there. Cover intact with no visible damage. The paint damage was noticed upon removal of the cover. Obviously happened in transit. The dealer clearly signed and noted the damage with the carrier.I have heard more negative things about Courtesy than positive things. I wonder if this happened during shipping, or after they took delivery. Did you see the shipping cover? They are supposed to give it to you, per GM requirements. Check to see if the shipping cover is damaged. Of not, then I would not be surprised if the damage occurred after the cover was removed at the dealership. By the way, don't let them know you want the cover until you are standing there at the dealership, so they don't have time to...
Huh... No damage to the cover. Did this happen at Bowling Green before the cover went on? I am surprised so much scratching could happen without damaging the cover as well.I was there. Cover intact with no visible damage. The paint damage was noticed upon removal of the cover. Obviously happened in transit. The dealer clearly signed and noted the damage with the carrier.
Chip, in CA you absolutely can do exactly this and protect your deposit (decline after seeing the paint job if you don't like it, get your deposit back, and walk away). Also, he is here in CA. See my post above. He will have many options available to him.See if you can get it repainted and still have the opportunity to refuse it if is not satisfactory.
Sure, but then he'd have to go through the process of tracking down and ordering his exact car. I'm under the impression this is a custom order. A car that unique isn't a dime a dozen, so he'd potentially miss out on a 2014 stingray. They can fix it and make it flawless, I think that's a bit extreme.I would NEVER buy a brand new 60k car and not have it be flawless. Demand a new car or walk away. Like already stated. Non Z51s dime a dozen