Go to local PDR professional they should able to fix it. Really, everyone with Mazdas needs to have personal PDR guy, similar to personal Dr.. There is no way keep it dent free. They should build this car from warping foil, that would be a heck of weight saving.Beware of acorns! Haha... I got a couple small dents on the roof of my hatch from falling acorns... damn that sheet metal on the roof in thin! Anyone had a problem with this? If so... any tips for popping them out?
Interesting point. But I would suspect it may minimize by far more than 30% since the span of sheet metal will be smaller, thus more rigid, and there would be more stuff under the metal, e.g. frame and motor for the sunroof.buying sunroof does minimize chance of getting ding by about 30%.:laugh2:
And where are the pictures of the guy himself? Seriously, I have 250 pound dude who drives FIT. I think this dent should not be compared to acorn one at all.while looking at new cars to buy i remember stumbling upon this thread and it seems to be a trend with new cars coming with thin material up top
This guy with his fit dented the roof just putting pressure on it with his elbows while waxing it
I can't believe I dented my Fit - Unofficial Honda FIT Forums
i have heard complains like this about toyotas and other mfgs too