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XUV700 niggles: Spent an entire day at the Mahindra service centre

The experience was excellent, but Mahindra really needs to have strict measures in place on the number of cars coming in per day.

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Both my parking sensors went dead so visited the service centre today. Unfortunately, they were out of stock for my colour and they have placed an order.

While at the service centre, I received my 2nd key and pairing for the key was done. I can finally make use of the linking key to the user profile/memory seats feature.

A good chunk of time was also spent on wheel alignment and trying to solve a left pull issue that I've been facing recurrently. It seems to be solved for now (just like before) but going to have to test it some more.

I asked the cotek there about CarPlay Apple Maps in instrument cluster feature and was surprised he did not know about it at all. I had to showcase to him the ridiculous workaround of first starting the nav of built-in maps and then starting the Apple Maps nav to get it to display in IC. He shot a video & sent it to Mahindra and see what they have to say.

There was no turbocharger-related recall for my May manufactured diesel AT. So it could be limited to a prior or a specific lot.

I had to spend almost the entire day at the Thane service centre cause of the crazy number of cars they receive. Mahindra really needs to offer a separate experience for their premium offerings or at least have strict measures in place to only see a certain number of vehicles per day and/or by appointment only.

The service personnel experience though is excellent, majorly because the SA assigned to me always makes sure to give me ample time and personally looks into getting the issues resolved.

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