Yuck, thats not cool.....does it only happen when it's really cold out? If so, do you let it warm up or just start and go?
Usually when it's cold out, this morning it happened and it was about 37. Maybe I need to let it warm up a tad. Just aggrivating though, I never let any of my other cars warm up before driving, and those were fine. If it keeps it up, I'll go to the dealer, thats what my warranty is for.
Man....I'm north of Toronto; I've started and immediately drove away at -20 degrees C with no problems(numerous times).
Now, I'm not the whiny type of consumer, but when I buy a brand new $35,000 car, I expect it to, at the very least, work properly. I'd take it back to the dealer, squak a little and have it tuned up/fixed. Maybe even get some free shit, perhaps a few oil changes for the inconvenience.....