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Old 22nd July 2021, 11:54   #901
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Checked with SA, he responded that MT is discontinued and not IVT....said will provide some official confirmation tomorrow...will share if I get something that is worth sharing.
Have you received any inputs from your service advisor on this?

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The service centres do brake cleaning and calliper greasing during every service and charge a hefty amount for it. The Hyundai periodic maintenance chart doesnít mention this at all. Is that even needed?
Based on my experience with Hyundai after-sales services, you should only stick to the Hyundai periodic maintenance chart/manual. Nothing more and nothing less. Unless you are travelling in an area where there is a lot of rainfall / or a muddy environment, brake cleaning and calliper greasing in every service should not be required. Stick to Hyundai manual for starting 50K kms and unless there is some part failing/accident/mishappening the routine mentioned in Hyundai manual is sufficient for proper vehicle maintenance.

I have burned my hands by spending close to Rs. 10-12K on every 10K service for my Elite i20 (2015 model) starting from the 1st 10K service. It was only after my third 10K service when I started saying no to all the additional services, my service bill came down to Rs. 6-7K.
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Stick to Hyundai manual for starting 50K kms
Iíve been sticking to it for my i10, elite i20. Other than the schedule the only extra thing that gets done is the brake cleaning and calliper greasing. The schedule only says clean at every 10k km (under severe driving conditions). But we donít even know if this cleaning is part of the amount they take for the service because they always charge extra.
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Have you received any inputs from your service advisor on this?
Apologies, This is what I received from the SA Creta_July 21.pdf

I have SX-IVT booked from Feb-21, so I confirmed with him multiple times about this...hoping to get my ride by next month (per SA commitment)
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The doors of creta SXO with bose speakers vibrate and rattle mildly on high volume. Anyone experienced the same? Is damping of doors required?
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The doors of creta SXO with bose speakers vibrate and rattle mildly on high volume. Anyone experienced the same? Is damping of doors required?
Iíve not experienced this but how loud are we talking about here?
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I've this weird issue of doors not closing properly. When I pull the door with normal force, it doesn't close on the first attempt, I've to open it and pull it again to close properly.
The rubber seal is in good shape though, not broken or hardened anywhere. What could be the possible reason for this ?
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I've this weird issue of doors not closing properly. When I pull the door with normal force, it doesn't close on the first attempt, I've to open it and pull it again to close properly.
The rubber seal is in good shape though, not broken or hardened anywhere. What could be the possible reason for this ?
Same here. It is applicable to all the doors. I wanted to check during service. It seems to be a vehicle trait based on your post.

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I’ve not experienced this but how loud are we talking about here?
Around 25 on volume indicator, high treble notes mostly.

Seltos getting the doors damped.


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Same here. It is applicable to all the doors. I wanted to check during service. It seems to be a vehicle trait based on your post.
The doors close without any issues for me. On the first day I did face this on the boot but that was just me still thinking Iím closing the i20 boot. No problems once I got adjusted to the right pressure.


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Around 25 on volume indicator, high treble notes mostly.

Seltos getting the doors damped.
Iíve not gone this high. 18 is the maximum Iíve gone and even for this my ears were ringing

If the doors are opened and damped, I fear that the refitting will cause further issues as no one can match factory fitting. So Iím afraid of getting this done.

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Apologies, This is what I received from the SA Attachment 2182453
Thank you for sharing. Looks like the info on the Hyundai website and the brochure do not match. The website indicates that automatics for 1.5L Petrol and 1.5L Diesel are now only available on SX(O).

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Apologies, This is what I received from the SA Attachment 2182453
I have SX-IVT booked from Feb-21, so I confirmed with him multiple times about this...hoping to get my ride by next month (per SA commitment)
This is the old brochure (Itís actually only 4 days old) as per current times. The speed at which variants (3 major changes in past three months), features (4 times they subtracted and added features in 2021) and pricing (3 times changed in pricing in 2021 and probably 4 price revision is around the corner in Aug 2021) are changing in Creta, I am sure sales team would be having a tough time being up to date.

I am also in a similar boat as yours the only difference is that I booked on 2nd Jan 2021 and booked an SXO IVT. Have been given a 90% delivery promise for June 2021 (turn out false), then a 100% delivery promise for July (which has now turned 0%) and have been promised 101% for Aug 2021

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If the doors are opened and damped, I fear that the refitting will cause further issues as no one can match factory fitting. So Iím afraid of getting this done.
I also have this fear in my mind. Does it make sense to take the risk of getting the doors opened and get the damping? Does Hyundai give additional/better damping for SXO variant which has Bose speaker setup?

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Thank you for sharing. Looks like the info on the Hyundai website and the brochure do not match. The website indicates that automatics for 1.5L Petrol and 1.5L Diesel are now only available on SX(O).
The brochure was updated on 18th July 2021. SX variant ceased to exist starting 18th July 2021.
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I am also in a similar boat as yours the only difference is that I booked on 2nd Jan 2021 and booked an SXO IVT. Have been given a 90% delivery promise for June 2021 (turn out false), then a 100% delivery promise for July (which has now turned 0%) and have been promised 101% for Aug 2021
Scary and discouraging at the same time....

Hope August brings some good news on this front...
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I also have this fear in my mind. Does it make sense to take the risk of getting the doors opened and get the damping? Does Hyundai give additional/better damping for SXO variant which has Bose speaker setup?
I donít know if Hyundai gives any additional damping for the variants with Bose speakers. I doubt it. And no, I donít think itís worth the risk for a new car at least.
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...The brochure was updated on 18th July 2021. SX variant ceased to exist starting 18th July 2021....
Then in that case, the website should be assumed correct because the brochure still indicates "SX" variant.

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The doors of creta SXO with bose speakers vibrate and rattle mildly on high volume. Anyone experienced the same? Is damping of doors required?
I get mild vibrations only if I keep a water bottle in the left door pocket, else it is fine.

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Around 25 on volume indicator, high treble notes mostly.
Wow! that very high, 16 is the max that I have ever gone. 10 is ideal for USB audio, Bluetooth connection requires a slightly higher volume.
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I also have this fear in my mind. Does it make sense to take the risk of getting the doors opened and get the damping? Does Hyundai give additional/better damping for SXO variant which has Bose speaker setup?
Wish they did give such special treatment for the top variant, but alas, it's Hyundai we're talking about! Also, I personally thought that the sound setup does not do enough justice to the legendary Bose brand, it's quite underwhelming honestly...and just a marketing gimmick. Also, would advise not to tinker with the doors for aftermarket damping, especially if it's a new car.
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