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Old 24th June 2023, 18:20   #301
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Re: 2023 Hyundai Verna Review

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Verna owners, how do you find the GC of the car? For those especially in Bangalore, is the car able to manage the crazy speed breakers and potholes with 4 people and luggage?
So far it's been ok. Didn't get any scrapes so far as I've been really slow over humps. Didn't encounter any badly made humps so far. The main part I'm worried about is the extended 2 fins and the long overhang of the front bumper especially when encountering steep slopes.
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Verna owners, how do you find the GC of the car? For those especially in Bangalore, is the car able to manage the crazy speed breakers and potholes with 4 people and luggage?
Having done a cross country trip across some really bad roads on the Khajuraho - Seoni leg, road construction near Sakleshpur on another trip and in general driving in Bangalore, haven't faced any issues.
Just keep in mind - it's a sedan with relatively low GC ( compared to crossovers) and hence slow down/ crawl depending on the size of the speed breaker. For the really bad ones, I do go diagonally just as added precaution.
Apart from this, nothing should stop one from the joy of driving a sedan ( I for one, am rediscovering that joy after a few SUVs/ Crossovers)
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Apart from this, nothing should stop one from the joy of driving a sedan ( I for one, am rediscovering that joy after a few SUVs/ Crossovers)
Tell me about it. I used to drive the old Baleno sedan for 11 years. So I am familiar with the joy of driving and pain of scraping the crazy speed breakers.. Gave up the Baleno with a heavy heart and moved to a cross over.
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Re: 2023 Hyundai Verna Review

I am getting noise from the brakes if the vehicle has been parked for few days and start it again. The noise lasts only for initial startup and crawling and it doesn't occur again when braking while driving. Is anyone else facing the same? If so any solution for the same would be so helpful.
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I am getting noise from the brakes if the vehicle has been parked for few days and start it again. The noise lasts only for initial startup and crawling and it doesn't occur again when braking while driving. Is anyone else facing the same? If so any solution for the same would be so helpful.
Scroll up a few posts. I have explained the issue there in detail. What you are experiencing is called brake groan. It is normal for it to be more pronounced in TC & CVT AT cars, not uncommon on DCTs either.
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Re: 2023 Hyundai Verna Review

For Verna Owners: Do you guys notice that upon starting the car and being at standstill, it goes to a higher RPM ~1500 and stays there for about 20 seconds and makes a lot of engine noise as well before settling fown to ~800 RPM all while at standstill. Is this normal behaviour that all cars do while starting? I don't remember noticing this on my Honda Jazz.
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For Verna Owners: Do you guys notice that upon starting the car and being at standstill, it goes to a higher RPM ~1500 and stays there for about 20 seconds and makes a lot of engine noise as well before settling fown to ~800 RPM all while at standstill. Is this normal behaviour that all cars do while starting? I don't remember noticing this on my Honda Jazz.
It is normal for the RPM to rise up when we start the car. This has happened in my elite i20(2018) too and the current Verna(2023) too. Nothing to panic. Check this forum - https://www.team-bhp.com/forum/techn...pm-levels.html (Query about cold start RPM levels)
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Re: 2023 Hyundai Verna Review

1000 km done

Not a car, this is spaceship haha

2023 Hyundai Verna Review-20230626_184513.jpg

225 45 R17 Bluearth GT tyres totally transformed the dynamics of the car. Handling is brilliant on ghats now.

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Re: 2023 Hyundai Verna Review

Folks, posting my question again, I am planning to get the coating done in a week or so, would appreciate any guidance on this aspect.
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A question to other folks, have you gone for anti rust coating on the under body, was it via Hyundai or from 3rd party ?
Hyundai service center was quoting me around 3000 and 3M quoted 5000, would appreciate inputs here. My car is already 2 months old.
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Lenso Conquista wrapped in 225 45 R17 Yokohama Bluearth GT

Initial observations: Good improvement in steering feel, handling, quick lane changes, and braking. Ride is stiffer now, it was too comfortable on stock setup
Looks really nice! Can you shed some light on the following:
1) How much did the wheels and tyres cost you?
2) What did you do with the older wheels and tyres?
3) You went with installation and purchase from the same dealer or acquired and installed separately?
4) How did you transfer and recalibrate the TPMS module?

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Looks really nice! Can you shed some light on the following:
1) How much did the wheels and tyres cost you?
2) What did you do with the older wheels and tyres?
3) You went with installation and purchase from the same dealer or acquired and installed separately?
4) How did you transfer and recalibrate the TPMS module?
1. 62k for wheels and 44k for tyres
2. Got a good deal, 45k for OE tyres and wheels
3. Aftermarket
4. Just installed the OE sensors in new wheels, no issues at all.
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Re: 2023 Hyundai Verna Review

Hi All, I have booked a New Verna 2023 black DCT, most probably will take delivery of the new car next week. It will be primarily for my wife, however I feel I'm the one who is going to drive it more often, considering its features.

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Hi All, I have booked a New Verna 2023 black DCT, most probably will take delivery of the new car next week. It will be primarily for my wife, however I feel I'm the one who is going to drive it more often, considering its features.
Given the awesomeness of the car, I'm sure you will miss out a lot if you don't drive it. Congrats to you and wifey. It's a great car to drive

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Hi All, I have booked a New Verna 2023 black DCT, most probably will take delivery of the new car next week. It will be primarily for my wife, however I feel I'm the one who is going to drive it more often, considering it's features
One to two weeks delivery? Does that mean the waiting period is over?
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One to two weeks delivery? Does that mean the waiting period is over?
Verna has a maximum one month waiting period, that too for select variants, the sedan segment isn't the best-selling in the market no more, and dealers more often than not have ready stock, so yes, you can say it is available on short notice, at least in my state. The situation is likely to be the same elsewhere as well.
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One to two weeks delivery? Does that mean the waiting period is over?
Dealer is a friend of mine, we are actually buying 2 Vernas in the family. We are getting our cars in less than 4 days, as he is taking care of the delivery time lines.

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