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Old 16th August 2023, 20:26   #2986
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We always have Bluetooth OFF in our phones. This forces both devices to use cable.
Separate from CarPlay, for me, Android Auto has never worked with wire.

It only works on Bluetooth.

Not sure if I am doing something wrong or its an AA problem.

Any suggestions would help. Thanks.
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Old 17th August 2023, 14:10   #2987
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Separate from CarPlay, for me, Android Auto has never worked with wire.
It only works on Bluetooth.
Try with a different/new cable. I was initially using the same cable that I had in the Vento. Would not connect 7/10 times and then after a day or so, absolutely refused to connect.

Tried using the cable from the charger at home and it worked.

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7. GFX floor mats - Again went for these as I didn't wanted those bulky 7d mats which everyone was suggesting. These look oe and fit well, the only downside is that the black colour shows a lot of dirt and have to be cleaned frequently.

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Where did you pick them up from? If it was from an online site, do share.
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Where did you pick them up from? If it was from an online site, do share.
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Unfortunately not, I got them from a physical store here in Chandigarh and were for around 4000 rupees.
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Old 18th August 2023, 09:49   #2990
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I bought the same from a site called carhatke. Costs a bit more than the offline option though.

https://carhatke.com/gfx-custom-fit-...scorpio-n-2022
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Old 18th August 2023, 10:27   #2991
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Anyone facing network issues with Adrenox? It is so unreliable and connects only when it want to work. It is absolutely good feature, but useless when it paired with Vodafone eSim connection. Vodafone doesnt catch signals even in main areas of city and inturn limiting the Alexa capabilities. Surprisingly MAhindra customer service is claiming that eSim is standardised across all of their vehicles. What is the point of pairing with unstable network and calling it as standardised?
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Anyone facing network issues with Adrenox? It is so unreliable and connects only when it want to work. It is absolutely good feature, but useless when it paired with Vodafone eSim connection. Vodafone doesnt catch signals even in main areas of city and inturn limiting the Alexa capabilities. Surprisingly MAhindra customer service is claiming that eSim is standardised across all of their vehicles. What is the point of pairing with unstable network and calling it as standardised?
This has been a real issue with all Adrenox equipped vehicles. Mahindra should have tied up either with Airtel or BSNL. Current provider Vodafone has a lot of network issues. Coverage is sparse across India which makes the feature useless most of the time. It was one of the reasons for not choosing Z6, and opting for Z4 AT.
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As a duster owner upgrading to scorpio n its a perfect relpacement or upgrade
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As a duster owner upgrading to scorpio n its a perfect relpacement or upgrade
Now that looks mean with those tyres! A proper 4x4 ready to do 4x4 things.
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As a duster owner upgrading to scorpio n its a perfect relpacement or upgrade
Most of the ScorpioN owners seem to be moved from either Duster or Ecosport. I replaced my Ecosport and have seen some popular ScorpioN reviewers in Youtube have their Ecosport videos in the past. One thing for sure in common is the rigidness. As you said correctly, its a perfect UPGRADE from car to CAR.
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As a duster owner upgrading to scorpio n its a perfect relpacement or upgrade
The look and purpose I've been waiting for! Mean, capable and purposeful ! Kindly share the tyre and rim specs and from where you procured them. Also, she seems to be sitting higher than stock? Or is it just the picture?
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Had a similar issue while using CarPlay with wireless charging and have stopped it now. We use iPhone 13/14(with cable) in rotation for almost 13-14 hours on long road trips. We play music and use the rear cam for capturing some clips of the road as well. Yet to come across heating or hanging issues.
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Thanks. I tried it again today in wired mode with Bluetooth off and it worked ok. Mustíve already been overheated and sluggish when I last tried it.
Letís see how it holds up on longer drives.
Connection continues to be flaky. Audio quality is better and more stable in Bluetooth mode, with frequent interruptions and some static when in wired mode.
CarPlay often doesn't even connect after starting up the vehicle. Have to unplug and reattach cables and sometimes restart the device or the car for the connection to get established.
Both modes result in phone (iPhone XS) overheating after 45+ mins use.

Have escalated the issue to M&M. Let's see...
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Old 26th August 2023, 23:16   #2998
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Hi All,

A very unpleasant experience with our new Scorpio-n 2023 D AT 4xplore. We are on a road trip to Ladakh from Bangalore. After crossing Hyderabad, the odometer started showing multiple warning lights like ABS, hill-hold control error, traction control error, and automatic gear transmission fault error.
Did you get any further updates from Mahindra on this issue?
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Hi,

Need some advice. Is ceramic coating worth it? I don't have budget for ppf as good ppf is approx. 1.5 or more. Wanted to know if I should go ahead with ceramic coating or not.

Any good recommendations for the same in Bangalore? Thanks.
I have done Ceramic Coating instead of PPF for my White Z8L D AT. For lighter colours, PPF tends to turn a bit yellow over time. The Ceramic Coating was primarily for ease of keeping the car clean and washing.

The coating was done at Bubbles Car & Bike Spa in J.P. Nagar. I have gotten all my cars detailed there over the last 2 years and my 9 year old XUV 500 still shines like new today.

Do check them out and have a word with Suhas who runs the place. He is a thorough professional and gives the right advice.

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Got mine delivered yesterday.

Z8 D MT 4x4

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Red Scorpio N might be a rare breed
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