My car is just below 6k. Mostly parked at my house since I have been working from home since March. Bought it at the beginning of April. Took it to southern utah and Vegas in July. Regular driving no issue. About few weeks ago I started noticing when driving around 50-60 mph and applying breaks, stirring wheel would vibrate. Not shake but definitely vibration. Finally took it to the dealer and service confirmed that my rotors and breaks are the issue ((duh). They said that my rotors have been heated and they proceeded to tell me that the service guy looked at my address and I apparently live on the hill so the service rep says that to me and to my confused look she asks if I live on a hill. I proceed to tell her no I don’t live on a hill and don’t have any hills anywhere around me nor i remember driving on hills recently. She said the rotors have been heated as in warped due to applying to much of brakes going down the hill constantly. She saw my puzzled look and said it s really not uncommon to have to replace rotors and brakes so early on. I asked “under 6k”? I was short to ask her what kind of shitty rotors and brakes are on the bran new atlas that they are already failing without any excessive driving in general let alone on hills? Anyway, she was trying to tell me they are replacing it under warranty b it normally they wouldn’t -“ whaaaat”? So they are being so nice to replace the rotors and breaks under warranty or trying to hide shitty parts?