I have seen many cars damaged by hailstones. Usually it is covered by your insurance, act of God and all that stuff. Never heard of it being a warranty issue. But that is this side of the pond.
... it is indeed an insurance issue.danmcg said:I would definitley look into some sort of paintless dent removal. When done properly it is 1000 times better than a body shop. No painting involved so you don't have issues with the color matching or some crappy paint etc... Insurance normally will cover this type of damage as long as you have full coverage.
When I lived in the US it wasn't uncommon to see hail damage car sales on dealer forecourts of brand new cars damaged by hail.Max said:The last one I saw was in 1973, hailstones the size of grapes! Local BMW garage had 20 new cars on the forecourt - all ruined. Dealer manager sat on the doorstep and wept!
I'm afraid this will not be repaired under warranty - it will have to be an insurance claim, if your insurance covers acts of god.....