Welcome to the forum. Honda probably should have sprayed a little paint inside the tubes or better yet capped them off but they didn't. It's not a big deal and an easy fix since it's just cosmetic rust that a power washer should be able to remove. Should it be up to the customer to touch up that little mistake? Probably not but it would most likely cost more to take it back to the dealer than it would to give it a couple squirts of paint.I see you're irritated but guys like you are the worst. You've obviously had it in something corrosive. And you were in water and mud much higher than allowed. Read your owners manual.
Also stop trolling all honda dealers to post your pathetic meme on their social networks. If you have a problem take it up with your dealer and Honda.
Typicall I see this when someone has buyers regret, can't afford the machine, and just wants something to b*tch about.
It's NOT a manufacture defect.
Uh, your pictures clearly show that your rear brake rotor is rusted. You have clearly been in some type of corrosive environment whether knowingly or not. If you continue to ride in such conditions I would be diligent about touching up bad spots.That's why I posted this with concerns.I shouldn't have to spray paint a new item and nobody wants to help me. Yes I can wire brush it, prep it then paint it but I'm not. No brackish water either. I was at the dealer today visiting it. Lol, I noticed the brakes are not at ll rusty.. Nothing is except where there is no paint/powder coat on the frame and weld spots in the dump bed