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The problem is with the passenger side panel, it's crooked. From the top side it is not tightly pressed, but from the bottom it fits onto another panel. The official service could not fix it, said that this is a problem for all 3008 GT models. Is this a global problem without a solution?
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Every brand has like this problem, don't worry 😆
 

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Every brand has like this problem, don't worry 😆
I disagree my Nov 19 GT has no problems with the panel fit and all the dash fits nice and tight with clean fitting joins so i would certainly complain and expect it sorted after all this is supposed to be a premium model at a premium price.
 

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The problem is with the passenger side panel, it's crooked. From the top side it is not tightly pressed, but from the bottom it fits onto another panel. The official service could not fix it, said that this is a problem for all 3008 GT models. Is this a global problem without a solution?
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Unfortunately it does seem to be an issue (to differing degrees) on various models irrespective of whether a car is premium or not. My 508 SW First Edition isn't a cheap car but there are panel alignment issues with it too. Maybe just something to do with working with plastics where you can't always control the shaping due to heat variations, stresses and strains around the panels etc.

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I have the exact same issue for my 2019 GT (Country: Palestine)
 
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