Ya sure will super moderator don’t be worried I will buy a Toyota and will also keep an eye on all the problems the palisade has on this forum
We dropped it at the dealer for the window issue and it seems the ICU junction box is malfunctioning so they’ve given us a Santa Fe for two weeks and she’s working on getting the hood replaced under warranty since the dent is outwards caused by something on the inside.
I agree and was amazed when I didn't see any obvious dents. Not saying a trained eye would tell me differently.If you got hit with dime size hail you may want to recheck your vehicle under some different lighting. Not many vehicles can go through dime-sized hail unscathed.
This is fairly normal with newer cars... My 2020 Acura TLX's hood will "vibrate" ever so slightly and the hood on my 2013 GMC Sierra does as well. A hood is basically latched against a bunch of rubber bumpers so it's essentially floating on rubber and will vibrate or move. If your fenders or doors were vibrating, I'd be concerned.However I did take the car through a car wash and noticed the hood metal vibrating at a concerning rate when the dryer blowers were hitting the car. I do think the metal is thinner than I expected.
They used a paint less dent removal on site and it looks great, like new.Before they put a new hood and have painted I would see if one of those dent wizard guys can remove the dent. Those guys are amazing. I have had all kinds of dents removed and can never tell that there was dent. Just a thoughte