I guess I will go against the trend here with some advice. I have a black AV but whatever problems existed with the paint, I had my detailer "hide" them.
Now I just bought a black Corvette. A few areas on this car had issues. The car had 3 miles on it when I picked it up and it had what looked like swirl marks from an orbital buffer or something. The thing is when I picked the car up it was still "wrapped in plastic" and the car had never been detailed. ANYWAYS, my detailer looked at it and thought he could bury most of it but that the problem will always be there.
I called my friend (dealer owner) who sold me the car and talked to them about it. We agreed that we should have my detailer try to buff it out and if I wasn't happy with the results, he would get the area service manager to take a look at it and see if it was a manuf. defect.
So I guess the bottom line is if it really bothers you that you paid that much for your ride and its not perfect, escalate it to mgmt.. The worst that can happen it that they tell you to take a hike and you are right back where you are now.
I just hate having these little problems. Everytime I would walk by that spot on the vehicle I would stare at it!