Based on what is here, it seems like an extreme case. Also with another member IMPLU comes to minds when it comes to extreme case as well. I agree with Metro that I don't believe the dealerships story and why they wouldn't cover the back window. I think that would have to be a lot of pressure in the whole cabin to have that window break. I know that lights are a wear and tear item but you would think that they would be covered under warranty. Maybe someone can explain to why they're not? I know they aren't like wipers to where you could leave them on all the time and the rubber would get thin. I understand why that wouldn't be covered under warranty.
When it comes to gas there is going to be a variable in that. When I did straight highway after my break-in was over I got 6.2. I average 7.2 in the summer. Now with winter tires I am getting 8.2/100 kms. I just think that fuel numbers are skewed and don't represent real world numbers.