So I bought this car two months back and to utter dissatisfaction I've sold it now with quite a loss.
Whenever anyone in my family buys a car, our prime concern is safety and thereafter driveability, and this one is a big no on both ends. My start with this car was quite shocking as the day after I bought it, reports of it scoring a ZERO in safety tests became public and to further disappointment the fact that even the airbag option which I bought was no different.
So I paid some 10-15l for nothing.
2-3 days after, some squeaking noises on braking, a visit to the service station and problem was solved, 3 weeks and brake hose leaking, another visit to the service station, problem solved, but you get the point.
My whole issue is that whenever companies launch cars, the dupe us with useless features like touch controls, Bluetooth system and all those features which are basically useless as the car itself is like an aluminium toy car, and the engine noise (just like a helicopter).
The further buzzkill is the hype which got me very excited about the car and in the end, it was just another useless car with zero safety (thanks to our virtually non-existent vehicle safety norms in our country).
And not to forget the blunt attitude of showrooms and company policies making it necessary for you to pay an extra 10k for mats, perfumes (even though I am allergic), a notepad, tissue box, body cover (which no one uses, like ever).
So all in all, if your prime concern when buying a car is safety (which always should be) don't fall for Ranbir Kapoor driving it in the Ad.
Stay safe, drive safe
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