I took my 2013/42,000 mile Ford C-Max to Dean Sellers Ford for a recent recall notice and two other issues. The other issues were a ball bearing or piece of debris that would roll from one side of the car to the other when the overhead screen was closed and the second issue was rust that was on the inside of both front doors. The service representative that I dealt with took a drive with me and acknowledged the ball bearing/debris in the screen and also acknowledged the rust on the front doors. He told me that it would cost me $110 to have the ball bearing/debris diagnosed and that if it was debris that to remove it would be at my own cost. He also told me that Ford would not cover the rust on the doors until the rust caused a perforation in the metal?!? This is even with the $1,800/$0 deductible extended warranty that I purchased to extend the warranty on the vehicle. I called Ford Customer Care and filed a claim. I was told I would receive an email in two days. After hearing nothing from them for a week, I called back. They said they talked to the dealership and that the rust repair claim was denied. I asked Ford Customer Care for the name and contact information of someone within Ford Motor that I could speak with. They would not provide that information. My salesperson told me they would waive the $110 diagnosis fee but that any repair would still be my responsibility for the ball bearing/debris in the screen. Also she restated the rust policy. I asked her for the name of someone within Ford Motor that I could speak with and she could not provide that. In the meantime, the carpeting that is glued to the backs of the rear fold down seats has fallen off. Now I have decided to sell the vehicle and purchase from some other auto manufacturer other than Ford. I feel that I have been poorly treated over some extremely minor issues that good customer service would have dictated solving without all of the roadblocks that Dean Sellers and Ford have erected.