I can recommend to get it ceramic coated! buff out the scratches, polish it with very fine compound and pad, and coat it!
I have an other car with piano black roof and pillars which I had same scratch issue since the piano paint is softer than a vegans feelings and after I got it coated it stays so clear! I'm gonna do that to my 2020 GT as soon as it arrives with both the decklid and the black roof
I've taken a picture of my B-pillar and the coating is half a year old - car is daily driver and gets washed once a week.. not a scratch in sight
I sympathize. I lived in Vermont for many years. I got sick of winter while I was still young and untied- moved to California at age 28. Now I not only drive it year round, and I actually choose to not drive it in the rain! It's a miracle.I don't get to drive it all winter, and winter here lasts from November to March/April
I skip gears, sometimes two, both upshifting and downshifting; rev match works perfect.The stupid rev match on the manuals. Makes it impossible to skip gears
Mass production vehicle....this is to be expected. However the dealership can do an adjustment under warranty up to a certain mileage. I'm also not seeing much of an issue lol...but maybe I'm not as picky.Fit of the body panels, for some reason Ford quality control or lack of at the factory let her leave like this ....Still deciding if I will let the dealership body shop adjust the door since it’s warranty, could cause more problems.
When I bought my 2018 Mustang GT PP1 at under 38k, I was disappointed in the panel fit, interior materials and the paint quality. Then I remember the price of my old rides and had to lighten up on Ford. Prior to my mustang my last three new cars were 2000 BMW 740 M sport at 90k+,2004 Audi A6 s line (I still have) at 45k, and lastly 2009 Caddy CTS-V at 75k. The Mustang is a great car for the price and the quality in my opinion of all the items noted above is perfect for the price we pay in todays $$$. Just look at the prices of my rides of the last 20 years and mark them up to today's $$$ if new and you can appreciate the value of the mustang.Mass production vehicle....this is to be expected. However the dealership can do an adjustment under warranty up to a certain mileage. I'm also not seeing much of an issue lol...but maybe I'm not as picky.
Ha, I have ceramic coat. I two bucket, use only new microfibers, foam cannon to float the dirt off first. hydrosonic tip on washer. air dry and I still get scratches on the damn thing.... grrrrrr I even use the High lub soap that encapsulates the dirt.. blah blah...Yeah- mine is ceramic coated, I am careful as heck around it- and it still seems to have some surface scratches