Not a problem. BTW 3 months? Seriously?
Kiddo, :). Stay Calm. At the moment, I am in no mood of writing an essay, my mind is too occupied. Still, I'll give it my best shot.
Assuming you are the one who actually mentioned all these problems, let me clear your vague ideas.
1: Quality of the consumer products is falling ALL over the world, not only in Pakistan, look around, you'll find very rare brands that have improved in terms of that. So quality concerns are out of the discussion, read my post again. If you are that sensitive about quality at the age of 21, I wonder how'll you be able to survive after 10 years. This ain't gonna get better, trust me.
BTW punching a dent in the fender, man I badly needed a laugh here, thanks! I can punch a dent in the fender of a BMW x6 or any other vehicle. No big deal and thats NOT how qualities are compared. Be technical in your approach.
Yes they could've provided an under bonnet heat shield in there. These are just cost cutting strategies. You can do nothing but to live with them unfortunately.
2: Yes, I know whats ground clearance and believe you me if you need more than that, try the local way: Buy a corolla, install aluminum spacers, there you go. Unbeatable ground clearance.
Ever witnessed a taxi corolla with 5 passengers + the driver @ stock suspension setup? You won't see the car ripping off its undercarriage on a road, thats what clearance is all about. Its not a multi-terrain vehicle after all.
3: Well, my geographical limitations don't allow me to do that I am afraid, though I will ask you something, did you try getting the vehicles alignment done? Wheel balancing? Because if you happened to buy an 8th gen in the late 2011, you would've noticed every 3 out of 5 cars having totally freaked out alignment and balancing.
The quality control passes God knows how many cars per day and they usually miss things like that. No big deal at all, I still disagree on the instability part. No such thing witnessed by 5 9th gen owners I know.
Regarding such speeds, I won't say much except for this: Buy a Ferrari. Honda people didn't design a hot rodder, rather they designed it on a family sedan concept. This speed is NOT justifiable at all, and believe me, after 10 years, speed is the last thing you'll worry about in a car.
4: Sensitive "engine"? LOL. Well, again, the five 9th gens I know on the road, have hardcore engines. I am yet to drive one with knocking issues, as I mentioned, the problem could be with individual vehicles, its not general.
And oh, as for me, I am no fan boy of anything. I am a fan of whatever satisfies me at its best.