Originally Posted by Vishak
I tried after engaging it to 100% still no use
that's bad. but sometimes even after applying hand break some cars move a lil bit then stop. but if you say it's not at all working then get it checked asap
Originally Posted by ashokpoondi
My patience has never been tested this far. Had to do a trip to madurai. Took delivery of the car and was happy to find the gear as smooth as a new car. But the clutch seemed a little heavier .. not unbearable.
Parked the car in a restaurant. Had refreshments, reversed..
. Those idiotic reverse sensors seem to be reacting to microbes on them. They shout it out loud even if nobody is out there for half a mile behind the vehicle. This is the second time i have this problem. Now i have a feeling the Verna with all these problems is going to be "FUTURELESS" rather than "FEATURELESS".
Got doubts if this car will make it to the ussual 4 year mark with me.
same here , i too have to use it for 4-5 years. i have noticed the sensors beep even if there's a cloth hanging.
and did you see if you had a small speed breaker or anything ? because even if there's something lying low , the sensors beep.
Originally Posted by nickandre
ashok i have doubts it will even make it past the 2 years warranty. Seems hyundai dont seem to bother about proper quality control and testing. Wonder what would eb the state of the elantra, cant say of the sonata as theres hardly a pinch of owners.
the state of elantra will be the same as verna. when it'll launch , a huge hype then it'll become over hyped car and then another nickandre , ****azooka , allhyundaicars will report about elantra problems.