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Vauxhall insignia alloys warranty duspute

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Hello forum.

 

 

I'm looking for some advice please

 

 

I'm in dispute over my alloys on my 15 plate Vauxhall insignia,

hopefully you can see an attached picture of one of my 4 alloys,

all 4 are in this condition,

 

 

Vauxhall warranty are refusing to replace these saying it is wear and tear.

 

 

In my opinion they are blistering and have been told so by an independent dealer.

Thankyou in advance group.

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Id be more worried about the scoring on your discs.....

All I can see is scratches, but I'm no expert on alloys, but to the untrained eye id say is misuse.

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more details on the car is needed

yours from new?

 

 

and why are you disputing this

looks like oxide break thru to me.


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The alloy coating is peeling off, so should be a warranty issue.

Do you live near the coast?

I remember my old golf alloys getting eaten by the sea salt many moons ago, alongside the wheel arches of course.

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I had this issue and it is down to the quality of the coating. Cost me nearly £600 to have al 5 wheels done.

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Actually have seen this countless times.

Problem is caused by aggressive alloy wheel cleaners used against manufacturers advice/recommendations.

 

 

The evidence is clear to see on the wheel nuts and brake discs,

all three of which affected are made from different metals but exhibiting accelerated corrosion.

 

 

You really couldn't have posted a worse picture to be honest.

NO manufacturer will cover this.

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