I just recently bought a brand-new Giant Talon 29er 1, I really like the bike but I've been experiencing some problems. When I test rode the bike I didn't experience anything. But after I purchased the bike and riding it for about 10 to 15 miles I started noticing some problems, figures right after you buy something the issues appear. My two problems are the front suspension rattles over any bump in the rear disc brake is sticking. I brought the bike back to the dealer the next day and they admitted there's a problem with the front fork and they will work with Giant to replace it, and they adjusted the rear disc brake, they told me I can ride the bike until the new front fork arrives. So the next day I rode the bike another 20 miles and notice the rear brake is sticking again, and when breaking at high speeds it feels like the disc is warped, not hard but you can feel it vibrate a little.
I told the dealer I'm not comfortable with this bike and I think other problems are to come, and would like a replacement, but they mention giant won't replace a bike just the parts unless maybe the frame was cracked. Over the past 10 years I've purchased three Giant bikes from this dealer and have never had a problem with the bikes or the dealer, so I’m thinking this is just a unique case and the bike may have been dropped in shipping…. Or who knows it could just be a lemon bike. So my question is, am I wrong to push hard on the dealer and Giant to get a new bike?