Hello. I just purchased a 2014 stingray today. The dealership did a pretty bad job detailing it. You could see the overpsray of whatever they used all over the vehicle, rims, tires, etc. Not a big deal but while driving it around, I noticed a burning smell from the rear wheel on the drivers side. I have driven it about 15 miles now and can still smell it. Would excess cleaning products on the rotors cause it to smell like burning and last that many miles? The rotors also had bad rust on them when I saw it delivered, as it had been on the back of the transfer truck and driven through a bunch of rain. I was also wondering if the dealership could have put new pads on it as they have a little bit of squeal towards the end of stopping the car, if I brake slowly. It will not squeal if I push the brakes hard. I do not notice anything unusual blue marks on the rotor or anything. It just smells like it is very hot but it is not excessive as I can touch the rotors after driving. Has anyone else ever experienced this? Thanks for any info.