Thanks for sharing the details. Now coming to the observations on the evidences shared by you.
* Evidence 1
Kindly confirm one thing i.e whether the bumper has been re-painted or not. The photo caption says re-painted where as the photo-note says Unpainted
As for the gaps and misaligned corners, I'll get back by tomorrow morning after checking my car.
* Evidence 2
The bumper is not
repainted as it looks to me. Reason:
Had that been done even at dealer's end then too the dealer guys would have applied filler, would have sprayed a coat of primer and then would have gone for the paint. So, the chip highlighted by you should have had grey base coat to it if the bumper was repainted even by dealer or after market. Secondly, No dealer can match factory finish paint 100%. So if the bumper would have been repainted then a slight difference should have been there between the new painted panel and old painted panel which in this case isn't there as seen from pics. There is always a bit of difference in paint finish when a plastic panel is painted Vs a steel panel is painted.
The paint chip highlighted by you could have occurred when the wheel arc cladding was being fixed or aligning the corner to the panel to curtail the panel gap. According to me, the paint looks OEM in Evidence 2.
* Evidence 3
If I go by the paint finish as seen in Evidence 4 i.e the Red paint near fog light garnish Vs the paint finish near front number plate, there is a visible difference in both. The Red Paint in Evidence 4 is brighter than that in Evidence 3. How can this be possible? If I assume 50% of the front bumper is OEM Paint and other 50% is re-paint then too there will be a big visible difference. Request you to post a full picture of the front bumper from some distance preferably in sunlight. As for the paint bubble, to me it looks a minor over-spray of clear coat.
* Evidence 4
The fog light garnish is usually provided in Black color as a base. To make it further aesthetically appealing the OEM uses multiple shades of paint to complement the car. In this case, the garnish has been painted Silver. The chip you are referring to might have been caused by pebble hit or a nudge in stockyard or showroom parking. This thing should have been set right by the dealer.
Once if the OEM paint is damaged either by dealer or the staff before delivery
then there are 2 ways out as I understand:
a) The buyer has the right to straight away reject the unit at that very point because these signs are quite visible.
b) To get the garnish repainted and accept it.
* Evidence 5
One headlight seems to be of the 1st lot of spares for Nexon and the 2nd headlight is manufactured in the month your car was manufactured i.e Feb-2018
. Now, I don't think the headlight has been replaced because your car's VIN says it is February 2018
manufactured car so based on that, what I think has happened is that one light sanctioned was of the earlier lot (based on availability) and one from the later lot. If the headlight would have been replaced then firstly your car should have been manufactured in July-2017 which is not the case. Even if assume that the dealer tried swapping one headlight of your car before the sale with any other then also, the July-2017 made light should have defect or visible damage on it. Is there any damage on the headlight? If not, then this is just a case availability of spares that is all.
I will share an example: My Esteem met with an accident in 2008 October in which the inner the inner reflector of left light broke but the glass/plastic was intact yet both of them were replaced in pair. So, unless there is any visible difference in the appearance of the headlights or if there is any issue in regards to it's functioning, you should not get worried.
* Evidence 6
The missing rivet in the wheel well's inner cladding is definitely a miss. Infact it is these minor shortcomings for which even the customer has to be alert. I'll give you my own recent example. At the time of PDI of my Nexon, I found the ORVM's inner cover to be loose. I immediately informed the SA & GM and got the same fixed properly. You can refer to the PDI Pic of the same attached below.
I am in no ways doubting your concern buddy, but, If I may ask, post delivery while driving did you by any chance ever went over a pothole or speed breaker with a reasonable speed? There is also a slight chance that the rivet placed in there might have been loose and would have come off.
* Evidence 7
The rubbed off Key ID isn't a big thing as such. It is just a code to identify the key for the particular vehicle. I am attaching pics of both my car's keys for your reference. The key of Tigor doesn't even have the Key-ID Plate but then it doesn't hamper my confidence in the fact that my car had been manufactured in June-2017. As for the key of Nexon, even my car's spare key is similar to yours.
I am waiting for the interior pics which you said had loose plastic and loose backrest.