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That would be wishful thinking I'm afraid as camera manufacturers just don't do that e.g. Canon with the 70-200 2.8 IS II gear slippage, Pentax with the K5 sensor marks, Sigma with the 120-300 OS failures or Nikon with D600 oil ..... there is a much longer list those are just examples. They don't make statements just, we hope, quietly fix the issues.
Fact is though that the actual number of defective cameras/lenses is still low in comparison to sales, the industry average for a defective camera being around 5% anyway.
Just FYI, I sold my D600 after getting the D7100 for the use I wanted it for. The person who purchased it said he could see something in the extreme corner of a blue sky shot at F22. I offered to pay for the return and he said he would send it to Nikon instead. So, Nikon get the cam, confirm there is an issue, replace the shutter assay. and clean the sensor.
I would have to say that is the behind the scenes way for them to correct the issue and really only have to deal with the actual cases of real issues.
Honestly, if I had not owned one, I might give pause due to the "oil" issue, but I have owned one and frankly the issue is a non issue for 95% of shooters IMO. When it is a real issue, send it to Nikon and they WILL do what is needed to rectify it, thus making it a non issue again.