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Old 19th May 2006, 00:55   #16
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duno mate i have a cvt too and it has no issues what so ever. only reason i got a city was for the cvt factor of it. other than that im neutral towards the car my accents better
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@kreig, I wouldn't straightaway assume the suspension to be the culprit here. Have the tyre pressure checked at a reliable place and see if it is inline with what Honda recommends for the car. Too much of air inside can make you aware of each and every bump on the road. If the air pressure is correct, then I guess you should bring it to the notice of Honda service people.
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. Have the tyre pressure checked at a reliable place and see if it is inline with what Honda recommends for the car. .
Will do so and letu ppl know
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Yup..all u guyz were right.The problem wasnt with the suspension but with the tyre pressure.When the honda guy told me that the optimum pressure was 30-31 at the front and 32 at the rear i assumed that the tyres were already at that pressure.But when i got the pressures checked today,i found to my horror that both the tyres were at 40 psi!!
Now the pressures alright, and the rides quite smooth.Wish i had checked earlier.I drove all the way from chandigarh to delhi abusin honda engineers .thanx for all ur replies
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dont be confused by the previous mail by jughead.
hes my son...and he forgot to sign in as kregsmarine while writin that message.but watever hes written is true.
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@kreig, nice to know that the problem is solved - infact it wasn't even a car problem actually. I wonder why these guys do not stick to the recommended tyre pressures when delivering the car. Have read similar instances with other cars on the forum. Anyway all's well that ends well.
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