I am very happy with my recent purchase of a nice red SSV Redline with a mere 4300 km on the clock. Obvious it is that it’s still covered by new car warranty . I don’t want to get pedantic about irrelevant things, but there were no front floor mats supplied, and under a new car warranty surely they should be ? My point here is that “attention to detail” should be considered by car dealers as significantly important. On top of the purchase price of $57,000, I paid a further $2000 for some sort of paint protection/warranty, named “Shmick” and an interior protection/warranty. On my initial inspection of the vehicle, I noticed a couple of scratches on the driver-side. The sales rep suggested I get the Schmick protection package, and that all scuffs and scratches would be removed before the Schmick coating was put on, returning the all over appearance of the car to brand new. Some two weeks later when I turned up to finalise the purchase , I was dismayed to see a significant scuff mark still there, and a scratch on the front left fender. . I had to waste a whole afternoon while I sat in the dealers as they polished the scuffs and scratches out and they supposedly reapplied the Schmick Stuff. Think I was had. Oh well besides that it’s a beautiful car, as new condition and I probably should be happy with what I’ve got . But the dealers could have done better . I have cancer , and the people at the dealership knew what this purchase meant to me that it was symbolic of an important life changing struggle in my life and I feel that they should’ve put far more effort into the presentation of the vehicle . *ucking used car salesman .