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Old 10-06-18, 06:38 PM   #1
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Default It just gets worst - now rust

Just when I was thinking it couldn't get worst, after a noisy rear axle, squealing rear brakes (whilst driving), rear sensors falling into bumper, and now whilst polishing my car i find a rust blemish on the roof, how can a 2016 two year car have a rust spot ?
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I've had new cars with rust. Experienced it on a new focus and I've seen it on Mazda's around wheel arches etc.
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How many year Paint warranty do Peugeot provide ? 5 years im guessing ?
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I've had new cars with rust. Experienced it on a new focus and I've seen it on Mazda's around wheel arches etc.
ford and mazda share lots of things including the rust

Peugeots generally do not rust badly nowadays so rust on a 2 year old car is highly unusual and may well be the result of stone chip or other damage
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Mine has two small rust blisters on the roof, going in on Thursday to be checked while they do a service..

They give a 10 (or is it 12) year anti perforation warranty.
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Old 10-06-18, 10:48 PM   #6
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Thanks guys for your reply’s, I will take it in to my nearest Peugeot soon
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Brilec can you please let me know how it goes .
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How many year Paint warranty do Peugeot provide ? 5 years im guessing ?
says 12 years on my manual
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I was told they have to follow a proceedure, take photos and so on. Will let you know what happens.
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Old 11-06-18, 10:47 PM   #10
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The anti perforation is a silly warranty as its meant to rust from inside out.
I would be surprised you can get PSA to pay out/fix.

Has your car ever been repaired, it possible it was repaired at the docks when it entered the UK. Some cars get damaged in transit and are repaired at the at the import agent before getting to dealers.
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