That's the thing. If it's the coating failing, why aren't all 4 wheels peeling?The dealer gets reimbursed for the rims by from BMW NA. If BMW NA determines that the rims have some sort of coating the dealership runs the risk of not getting reimbursed. BMW NA has no idea what products were used in the process of applying the ceramic coating.
It's extremely odd for two rims on the same car to have peeling clearcoat. It's a red flag for sure.
You cant say that here anymore. Try donkey the next time.Pay up the *** for one of those
CPO doesn't cover cosmetic issues. The cars still under factory warranty. I might take it in to another BMW dealership before factory warranty expires. It's unlikely they flagged vin or made notes for something so trivial.This is a CPO? Does CPO cover rims? If CPO I think you may have an argument that it's neglect from the prior owner or poor repair since they're both on the same side of the vehicle.
It's not a lie to omit information that bears no relevance.Here you are, being an honest customer, advising that all you've done is apply ceramic coating which is completely innocuous and causes no harm to have them treat you like this. It FORCES you to lie when you're dealing with unscrupulous or ignorant people.
I know BMW won't cover wheels that have been refinished. I'm not 100% sure of those wheels have been refinished.