Hyundai has updated the Verna saloon with minor cosmetic upgrades.
The updates include LED daytime running lights which are infused into the headlamp assembly, back-lit buttons for the power windows and, on the higher variants, the steering-mounted audio controls will be back-lit as well.
The top-spec Verna comes with re-styled alloy wheels, and that the spare wheel in higher trims is now a steel rim instead of an alloy wheel. Two headrests on the rear seats instead of the current car’s three is another minor change.
Anybody doing anything to improve the handling like strut tower bars or something?
Please let us know.
I'm thinking of doing one by myself. I'll upload some CAD models soon. Any suggestions/tips/ideas are welcome.
I think you should first think of doing something about the soft rear suspension, while driving Verna it seems like the rear suspension has a lot of travel and bottoms out quite frequently. I would suggest you to try out a suspension stiffner, add a module in one of the helix on each side and then see if the rear end handling improves.
Have ordered it off of ebay, let's see how it is when it arrives, anyways are you able to browse through the ipod (playlists, artists, songs etc) on the HU using that cable? (like on a proper iPod compatible system) Even the Pioneer player in my nano works like a charm with just the usb cable connected to the ipod.
Verna owners have a good option who wish to have a better suspension with spring assist.
one member from below forum have opted for this and got good results, will this affect warranty of springs or suspension ?
I am facing a problem with bluetooth connectivity, mic and speakers not working when there is any incoming or outgoing call made from car and bluetooth.
the same call sounds correct when disconnected from car's system.
has anyone faced such issue? I have tried by deleting existing phone connections from car system and again pairing it. but there is no resolution yet.
issue to be reported for next servicing at Hyundai ASS.