So my 335 arrives at the dealer with a dent after I ordered it three months ago. Knowing cars sometimes arrive with damage I asked the salesman when he called with news of the car's arrival if there was any and he said no, "your car is perfect." I made an appointment to pick up the car and was made to wait for an hour while my salesman was busy with another client. The sales manager thought he would do me a favor and have me sign the paperwork and I declined saying I wanted to look at the car first. I was beginning to think the car wasn't ready; I think they were washing it. When I finally got to see the car, I quickly noticed a small dent. The salesman acted surprised. We drove the car anyway to verify all the equipment was working. The sales manager said. "Its no big deal, we fix things like this all the time." I was not too happy. I sacrificed half a day just to find out my car was damaged when, if they were doing their jobs, they would have found the dent and already had the repair under way. Instead the same sales manager tried to usher me again to the finance dept to "do the paperwork." I again declined and said I would be back after the car is repaired. My gut told me they would be more motivated to get the work done if I didn't buy the car that day (they still have my deposit). My only concern now is I hope they can do the Dent Doctor routine without having to paint and go through more delay. After reviewing the tape, it is obvious someone wasn't looking out for the customer. It isn't so much the car was damaged as it is nobody caught it. Not at the processing center at the port and not at the dealership. Not too impressed with this dealer. I wonder if they really did anything at all besides wash my car. I will post again once there is resolution. Is there anything else I should be concerned about?