The sagging glove-box is something I noticed even before I bought my car. I looked at other crosstours and they all similarly had a sag.
It was the ONE thing that made me seriously consider getting a different vehicle.
Ultimately, I thought to myself -
"Self, Is it a minor imperfection really going to bother you that much?"
"Hrmm, I dunno' I am a designer and I tend to be picky about details - but usually not on cars."
Then I rationalized, -
"Oh what the heck ... I really love the car overall ... It'll be my true testiment to vehicular unrequited love."
.. As it turns out, it was like the mole ... not like a sexy model cute type mole that you see on a model's cheek
, but the type you would see on the tip of nose on some witche's face:
I've talked with my salesperson at the dealer, and he told me that for now there is nothing they can do. He admitted, that he feels it's a cosmetic faux pas, that there is no adjusment capability, and if they tried to remedy the aesthetics by tighten the latch ... it would affect performance.
Has anyone on this forum sought a viable remedy that would not gravely compromise function?