VW Taigun owner wants to sell a car and buy a Hyundai Creta

Volkswagen is struggling to rectify the brake noise issue reported by several Taigun owners and people are starting to think they made a mistake buying the SUV.

A VW Taigun owner is so frustrated with his SUV’s problems that he is considering selling it and buying the Hyundai Creta instead. Now, reaching this level of irritation with a car is bound to mean that something is seriously wrong. In this case, it is a combination of the faulty car and the inability of the service center to deal with it. Also, allegedly, these issues are not isolated incidents, but are reported by multiple Taigun owners.

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VW Taigun owner wants to buy Hyundai Creta

The owner of VW Taigun has been talking about his issues with the SUV on social media and many people with the same problem are joining him. They have the 1.0 liter TSI engine with the 6-speed torque converter automatic gearbox. His SUV makes harsh, noticeable sounds when braking at low speeds or in bumper-to-bumper traffic. Now, a problem with the brakes could potentially mean danger, which is why the owner confesses that he is afraid to drive it at high speed. He took the car to the gas station 12 times in just 3 months. The service center staff is unaware of the solution and continues to offer excuses citing that such sounds are operational and can be found on other cars as well.

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Also, no one is willing to accept that they don’t know the solution to this problem, which is why they ended up cleaning the brakes, changing disc pads, etc. at the beginning. But without success, they started telling the owner not to brake hard, which is mentioned by other Taigun owners in the comments section of the video. Also, the service center employees call him asking him to take down this video because their sales are affected. They are struggling with the same problem. However, the owner accepts that there is no problem with the air conditioning of his SUV and that the product is pleasant to drive. Nevertheless, the brakes are the most essential components from a safety point of view.

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Troubled by some issues, a VW Taigun owner plans to sell his SUV to buy a Hyundai Creta.

He is now stuck with the car and wants to sell it and buy a Hyundai Creta instead. Such a situation is not ideal for VW, as one might imagine. Taigun’s owner has no choice but to go the legal route. We want top Volkswagen officials to come out and address the issues these VW Taigun owners are having.

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