Warranty| What is not covered“Body and Interior
Paint; glass; head lamps; bulbs (except instrumentation); mirrors; lenses; body and chassis; body seals and gaskets; interior and exterior trim, moldings and fasteners; upholstery, headliner, cup holders, carpeting, floor and trunk mats; convertible top (all components except electronics); air or water leaks; wind or body noises; wheels; damage due to rust, corrosion, or contamination.” Damage to the paint finish due to stone chips, nicks, dents, acid rain, industrial fallout, other environmental influences, and normal deterioration, such as fading, discoloration, or loss of luster

Owners Manual| page 221, Vehicle Care“Vehicle paint
Regular care contributes to driving safety and value retention. Environmental influences in areas with elevated air pollution or natural contaminants, such as tree resin or pollen can affect the vehicle’s paintwork. Tailor the frequency and extent of your car care to these influences.
Aggressive substances such as spilled fuel, oil, grease or bird droppings must be removed immediately to prevent the finish from being altered or discolored.”