I'm not very pleased with my dealership right now. I bought a 2014 Chevy Cruze diesel brand new fully loaded in October of last year. I noticed about three months ago that on the fender in front of both of the rear tires, what I had thought was dirt/salt over the winter was actually the primer, the paint is coming off. I brought it into the dealership at 22,000km and ultimately was told that after 20,000km there is no warranty on "road rash". I am now noticing a lot more damage on other parts of the car, and actual rust, as well as chips of paint coming off the hood. Does this seem normal for a Cruze that's been on the road for less than a year? I don't do any crazy off road driving, and I'm sure this "road rash" started well before the 20,000km mark, I just didn't notice it because of it being winter and having salt on the road/car most of the time. Has anyone had this happen? Any way I can appeal this decision?