I own a Skoda Rapid 2015 DSG variant and I started feeling some vibration at 10k kms,I visited the service centre for it and said me it was worn out and needs to be replaced,they said it was due to my driving style,so I got it changed at my first service 15k kms,then after 8-10 k kms again I had the same issue,then I visited the service guys and asked about it ,I even mailed the Skoda team regarding this and eventually found it was due to the poor quality of the disc rotors,so I asked the company to replace it under warranty,and the came up with the solution to save themselves by saying the warranty for it was till 7500 kms,i knew they are going to blame me for it and exactly they said the disc is worn because of my driving style, (infact i use hard braking very rarely and used to brake prior) i tried to explain the condition that if I had used hard braking the tyre should be worn out and it's not a compromise, but the thing with these guys are whatever you tell them regarding the brakes,the answer would be "it's because of our driving style" and that's how the company has trained them, so the third time I'm planning to go with 'brembo' brake discs, please suggest regarding this people...do any of you guys face the same issue.
Hello everyone. I wanted to buy SUV and shortlisted MG Hector and had even booked Sharp Hybrid variant. However reading few blogs saying it has a bit of lag and Diesel is way more superior. I want advice over the same. As my average monthly run is about 1200 kms, I opt for Petrol cars. Highway: City drive for me is about 65:35 ratio. Hearing that Hybrid gives about 14 km/l in highway where as Diesel touches up to 20/22 km/l I also had doubts over BS4 Diesel now in midst of BS6 norms. Please suggest.