Well, you got a bit better service than I did from my local Kia dealership.
I bought a Kia Picanto about 4 years ago, when I collected it I was given the keys and told it was on the far side of the compound. As soon as I started it the fuel light popped on and 2 miles away from the dealership it ran out of fuel. Luckily I was going down hill and there was a filling station at the bottom. I phoned the dealership and pointed out that the car was supposed to be supplied with a full tank of petrol, not a full tank of air. They apologised saying the cars are only delivered with enough fuel to drive on & off the transported and are supposed to be topped up on delivery, they must have forgotten this on.
They never did reimburse me for the first tank.
I had to trade the car in after 7 months as I got a job that involved a long commute, so I thought a Diesel was needed, so I went back to the Kia dealership, as I'd been very happy with the little Picanto, so I thought I'd trade up to a diesel Rio.
At the dealership not a single person bothered getting up to great us, so I left and wandered down to the Skoda dealership and bought a Fabia instead...