I bought a 2019 brand new Infiniti with the parking sensors option but when they delivered the car,this option was not installed and the sale manager forgot this and got me a wrong car. They agreed to install the front and back sensor later which I agreed but stressed that they should be like factory installed in new cars. They agreed. Then they sent some third party to install a knockout brand sensors to my new car to my house, I rejected. I talked to the GM and he agreed to install the OEM parts in the dealership. Guess what, they installed the parts look like exactly the same or similar parts that I rejected before. They look so ugly to my new car and scratched my rear bumper too. What could I do? I could get some compensation for this ugly things on my car and destroyed my new car appearance.
Unfortunately, this is not a legally viable case unless the financial value of the aesthetics "damage" well exceeds the legal fees you'd incur pushing the issue or filing a lawsuit. You might have had the ability to reject the car as "non-conforming" but it seems you accepted it anyway. This is in large part a matter of degree so you will likely need to meet with a lawyer to show them the car to see if they agree that a jury or judge would find the results bad as you portray so as to justify a legal claim of some sort if thats your desire.
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