Hi guys...aoa..we i have been posting on the thread earlier as well. this june my 2012 city would be completing its first year and my insurance policy would also expire. In the past one year, there has been no hits and bumps by the grace of Almighty except for one dent in the boot (exactly under the left most corner of the number plate). i tried to get the dent removed (dry denting) from the honda workshop but they said that as there is another sheet right under the number plate, the denting will have to be a major task and complete boot will have to be repainted. in order to keep the genuine touch of the car, i decided against it and kept the car as such. now as the insruance is about to be over, i was thinking shall i damage the boot intentionally and somehow get the complete boot rechanged under the insurance ? IF YES, will the new boot (offcourse painted by the Honda guys) be matching in colour with the rest of the body....secondly, will it effect the resale of the car if i want to sell it (provided IF the brand new replaced boot tells somehow that it is not the one which came with the car initially).
PS : the dent is not huge, its kinda ..eerrr..weird...no paint is removed at the dent place even cause the swinging gate actually hit the number plate very very hard which popped up a small baloon kind of structure in the boot right under the number plate
Advise solicited please