Months after we bought our new 1990 Lumina Euro (Torch red with a light gray interior), the dashboard top pad began to curl and split. The dealer replaced it under warranty.
After the pad replacement, we received a “satisfaction campaign” notice in the mail regarding the dash pad curling and splitting, with instructions on how to have it replaced at the dealer. I was amazed that a company like GM could not build a car without having the dash pad deteriorate so quickly.
To this day, the service we received (customer pay and warranty) from the Dodge dealership where we bought the 1996 & 1998 Intrepid was far superior to any GM or Ford service department