Non mx5 question.
My pal just took delivery of a four year old Jaguar f type convertible today. Stunning car in every sense, looks and sound. Whilst he was showing the engine bay, my eye was drawn to what looked like poor black paint on chassis components, condensation in the headlamp and the silver hilighting on the plastic engine cover rubbed off, all on the near side. The underside of the bonnet painting didn’t extend to all of the bonnet, not reaching the edges where the under side skin sat if that makes sense. No bonnet insulation there either but maybe it isn’t usually fitted. It’s a 20,000 mile car.
Is this how Jaguar produces them and nothing to worry about or signs of something more concerning. I havent mentioned my concerns as he is over the moon with his new car. He bought it sight unseen from a specialist trader who delivered it. Don’t want to raise an issue if nothing to worry about, but he spent big money on this beast.
Big moral dilemma now. What do you think?..