Slither wrote TPMS is complex and a problem on any car (not just U.S. Versa). Thats funny because the TPMS on my wifes hyundai tucson has been working flawlessly for almost two years and 33000 miles...
Ever Victorious wrote Thats funny because the TPMS on my wifes hyundai tucson has been working flawlessly for almost two years and 33000 miles... Im just repeating what Ive read in the Canadian press. TPMS is a Stateside and its complex and problematic on lots of cars not just Versa.
I had this happen a few years ago on a hyundai tucson. I got a Rock Hit which went from a Star to a 3 Crack in a matter of a few miles on not-so-good roads. I ended up calling a local Mobile Glass Repair Shop that said with a 3 Crack that it would have to be replaced. They showed up with the window in about an hour and within 30 minutes they had the windshield replaced and everything cleaned up. I
Quote Originally Posted by TurboKiaSX Has anyone else experienced bad visibility from the windshield in the rain I seem to have terrible visibility while driving this car in the rain no matter what the wipers are set on. I wax my windshield like I have on every other vehicle I have owned but doesnt seem to help on this car. I am thinking it is the angle of the windshield and the way the rain hits it while driving that makes it worse Just wanted to see if its just me or if anyone else notices this. I have never had this problem with vehicles in the past but none of them had a windshield sloped as far back as this either. Tell me about it On the Tuc I not only have the same problems in the rain but the front windsheild is so sloped its like a solarium On a bright day Im constantly putting the sun visors down to try to keep it cool The AC or defroster has to work overtime to keep it comfortable How about those annoyingly large windsheild A-pillars too It like technology going backwards. What was hyundaiKia thinking Neither my previous 2005 tucson LX nor my 2002 Santa Fe LX had these issues.
that is my biggest gripe. I knew coming into a Nissan that qualitydurability would be down a few notches from Honda but knowing it and experiencing it are 2 different things. I like the options I got in mine and knowing that some of them are pretty much exclusive to the Rogue kind of evens the scale for me (OEM HIDs all around camera system bose etc...) but when I read THIS on NCTD.com about the hyundai
gasket and the timing chain cover gasket ... and the air just went out of my motivational balloon. I doubt now Ill do the job ... not sure what Ill do with the parts ... sell em on eBay I guess ... I put a piece of cardboard below the leak .. very minor and the car gets less than 2000 miles a year .. more like a thousand now .... my scooter (main source of propulsion now) the Miata and my wifes hyundai
Quote Originally Posted by Clint I wasnt aware of it either until I saw the parts content sticker on the windshield. Clint nice have you test drive hyundai tucson as well and that kia sportage SX with 2 liter turbo 260hp looks sweet on paper.