lol. I know I know, you're right. Youre so PC! lol! It would just irk me everytime I got into the car knowing that there no way of completely cleaning it up, and not knowing the long term effects of being exposed to the crystals/chemical. I would still beeyotch and complain and try to get a new vehicle out of it first, then if still no go, settle for a super extended warranty!I totally understand how you feel and I can rationalize with you, but just realize that with a big purchase such as a car, they will never just take it back and give you another one. This isn't a burger joint. That's why lemon laws are in place.
But also keep in mind, in this situation it wasn't the car that did anything it was the tech who spilled it, and didn't bother to clean it up, and let it spill into the passenger compartment. The warranty is there for these kinds of things. And as long as it's documented, if any long-term effects come of it, Imola Yellow GTi, can have them fix (or can sue them successfully) when he's out of warranty.