I think you guys are simply wrong. Just because it is high performance doesn't mean it should be wrapped. This is not some high end exotic car. They are not meant to be babied or garage queens...no matter how badly we want to keep them in like new condition. They are meant to be driving, and not driven lightly. They are meant to rip through the roads screaming that deep exhaust note for all to hear. These are viewed the same as the v6, the r/t, the scat pack, and the srt...all in the same boat. These are simply faster, and more expensive. That is all. I'm sure they'll fix something if a rock flies up and hits is before someone buys it....it'll be ok....
Also let me say this.........until you sign on the dotted line and drive off the lot, it's not your car. So maybe folks are a little too passionate about their opinions on this one. It's not your property until you say it is...
It sure IS my car when I order it... And I don't want it nicked up and scratched up by the time it gets delivered.
Just because YOU haven't seen any posts on the forum about damaged cars does not mean it's not happening.
Cars are damaged every day and dealerships repaint parts of new vehicles every day and NEVER disclose that
the vehicle was damaged because "legally" they don't have to.... So they don't and won't...
It's real simple, look at the rest of the automotive world, most cars in this price range are wrapped or the
majority of the body panels are covered with some sort of plastic to protect the paint from the elements be
they rock chips (truck transit) or "Rail Dust" which melts into the paint (train delivery).
Doesn't matter if I take the car and beat the piss out of it and put nicks and dings in it... It's my money and
I want it as close to flawless as possible till my ass drives off the lot.