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Old 11th September 2018, 22:50   #976
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Default ARTICLE: How to buy a *USED* Car in India

Originally Posted by highlander View Post
Is this every time you accelerate? Or did you notice this when while accelerating, you hit the brake suddenly?

The car is still under warranty and is eligible in current month (Sep 2018) for extended warranty for an additional 2 years.

If issue has been reported and not yet fixed under warranty, then it better to look away.

Every time, took a short drive on both D and S modes. Did not hit the break, just tapped the accelerator. Not too heavy a foot either. I'd expect the DSG to be butter smooth. Although have read multiple places about the jerk.

Originally Posted by hserus View Post
My guess is a hurriedly patched up at some FNG accident vehicle. Avoid it.

Doesn't seem major, bumper scratches. Checked for other areas for paint marks like mud flaps and other areas near wheels and below.

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