If that is true, the big issue is you'll never know why. If they didn't disclose to you already that it was repainted, I doubt you're going to know if it was just something off in the factory vs. the car was actually in an accident. One one hand, even if the car was in an accident, there's no record of it because it was delivered as a new car with a clean record. So at least you won't take a loss on it from that angle when selling. Are you intending to flip the car within a few years so you are trying to maximize resale value? For me, I'm just going to try to keep the car at least 8 years (as long as extended warranty will cover me) and as long as possible after that. By then, I'm not sure issues as you are describing will affect the resale that much. How concerned are you over this? My personal thought, is that I wouldn't be concerned. Does it look that different in person, or were you only really able to tell once your detailer was looking at it with you? Anyway, good luck and let us know how it unfolds.