2015 Siverado "Fallout" update.
I posted a couple months back about a fallout issue on my new 2015 Silverado. In case you don't know what that is, fallout is "rail dust" or some other contaminant that has damaged the clear coat. The dealer I bought the truck from just happens to be across the street from a raised rail system (Miami). I believe if they took the proper preventive measures, like washing their vehicles, it would not be an issue.
Anyway, it was "clay barred" twice by a dealer which removed the contamination except for some very small spotting. GM tried the old "it's not a "manufacturing defect" therefore not a "warranty issue". I pointed out in one of the owners manuals that fallout is warranted for 12 months/ 12,000 miles. At this point you have to look very closely at an angle to see it. I still have the option to have it re clear coated but at this point I hesitate to go that route. I will keep an eye on it for the next few months.
If you are buying a new truck inspect the clear coat very carefully especially on the horizontal surfaces. You don't need this situation, because once they have your money the most they will probably do is clay bar the surface. If I had not noticed the warranty statement I would have been very limited in my options.