Raise the doors and take a good look for any nicks from road debris especially down low.Hello all,
I'm excited to get my hands on my new toy. Any suggestions on anything to look for when doing the inspection? They are bringing her to me in an auto carrier and I want to make sure she's been sorted out properly.
Thank you in advance...
How interesting.With regard to vibration from front wheels, if you car has CCBs and you have vibration, get them to check the disc is not out of tolerance, as in run it up as through it were a wheel, if it is get them to replace the discs for ones that are within tolerance, I had two cars delivered new like this, and I know of others
Do not accept the fix, buy way of taking the wheel out of its natural balance range in order to compensate. This puts undue load on the tyre…..
Thank you for the tips. I know that the hands free quality is a little iffy, since I have lived with a 12C for a bit. See above. As it is a new car, and if it does have this little bug, is there a fix for it? In other words, if I pair my phone and it has the same garbled quality, what should I do?Look under front bumper for scrapes. If you have not driven it, go drive it in track track on bumpy roads, listen for rattles. Pair you cell phone and have someone call you, listen for their voice to be clear.
If all checks out, make sure you have good clear bra protection, then drive and enjoy.
If it sounds garbled, you will need a new radio head unit. They had to replace mine. I love my CC brakes. Would never change then for steel, plus the stares you get from people, wow man, look at those brakes!Thank you for the tips. I know that the hands free quality is a little iffy, since I have lived with a 12C for a bit. See above. As it is a new car, and if it does have this little bug, is there a fix for it? In other words, if I pair my phone and it has the same garbled quality, what should I do?
The car is being wrapped with the "nano wrap" on the entire front and the bottom of the doors as I tap this.
The vibration has mostly been occurring on cars with ceramics,nothing to be concerned about as it only on a small percentage of cars and everyone seems to have had it fixed.Its not something that should stop you from owning one as you would be unlucky to get it,but then it would be fixed as they now know where to look to solve the issue.The first few cars with a problem always take some investigation,but all this info has been collated and acted upon.Like everything thre are teething problems,it wouldn't stop me from buying a ferrarii because I thought it would go up in flames,that was sorted quick enough!Has anyone had their dealer succeed in fixing the vibration problem? I'm really concerned about it now as a potential owner.
Spoke to my dealer over the holiday about this issue...he says is was only a problem in some very few cars early on with the CCBs and that they were corrected. The vendor has fixed the issue. Only about 10% of cars have them. So not to worry. Go buy the car. You won't be disappointed.Has anyone had their dealer succeed in fixing the vibration problem? I'm really concerned about it now as a potential owner.