So, I purchased my 2.0L Diesel in February of 2014. 1 year and 36,000 miles later the timing belt tensioner seized up. The friction created caused the tensioner pulley to melt/break off as well. yes part of the tensioner is actually now missing. The timing belt then began to sheer as it was slipping off the gears and rubbing up against the timing cover. The waterpump also had a small leak. This is completely covered by the powertrain warranty, however my question is what are my options as a consumer. This could potentially cause major internal component damage to the engine as this is an interference engine. I particularly do not want a "rebuilt" engine only 1 year into my purchase. Could i demand a new engine be installed, could i demand to return the vehicle, should i demand some form of extended warranty? What are my options, any advice out there?