I’m sure it is. Just step back and remember it’s a car. End of the tunnel is whether you can sell it when the time comes. Other than that you just have to try to let the dealer do the work.
I’ve had to ditch a few relatively new cars for horrible defects that couldn’t be fixed. Sucks. ‘16 F150 with a 5.0 that had a loose wrist pin that sounded like it was grenading. ‘09 Accord coupe V6, defects everywhere and horrible mechanical problems. ‘14 Civic Si with either a bad limited slip diff or axle problem.
Dealers completely screwed me on all three. I had to trade them off. And at the end of the day that’s all that matters. Gone.