We went to pick up our model 3 last Sunday without any research on the pickup process. It didn't take long to be in the vehicle going through orientation. The person going through the vehicle seemed to rush it and I had to clarify a few things. There were three of us and the one in the back were noticing the rubber inside around the doors had several lumps, not smooth. They said that this was normal. I then noticed when getting out that the leather on the driver's seat had two indents where it meets the seam. Same in a spot on the rear. I checked out another vehicle next to ours and it had none of these issues. We also noticed the logo was crooked. We rejected it as they did not offer to fix any of these issues and basically said in a nice way we are picky. Why should I accept a car with issues when I'm spending over 55k really makes no sense to me. So let me know Model 3 owners, is the rubber trim on the inside of your vehicle around the windows have bulges instead of being smooth? Unfortunately forgot to take a photo.