We got our ST last November and over the last few months with only 4K on the clock I’ve noticed a lot of noise under moderate braking from 60mph and above. It’s like a slight resonance and hum and it’s starting to drive me mad.
The discs look slightly pitted to me. What’s my best...
I’ve noticed the silver paint on the hubs has been eroded already due to high pressure washing leaving light rust on the steel.
Anyone else had this and can it be easily repainted?
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1: small fits comfortably. Even if you install paddle extenders.
2: buy the steering wheel protector. It’s like a pair of stretchy knickers for your wheel. Search for Disklok steering wheel cover...
3: is expect to pay between £100 - £120 new. It’s great.
If the bag for the boot doesn’t...
The only flag is on the front grille.
There aren’t any graphics on the infotainment or virtual cockpit suggesting Cupra although that may be changeable with Carista etc.
The Cupra logo is from eBay.
Oh, and if you’re not buying a ghost, get a Disklock or vice-versa. Better still get both.
They must be expecting stock in to quite that. Unless they’re lying to you.
Expect it to return 20mpg and amaze other road users as you plant it off the line in the rain, for it to put its power down with no fuss whenever you want it.
Oh, and buy and use a Disklock, religiously and park...
What’s with the grey polystyrene insulation at the rear of the wing which is visible when the driver’s door is open near the hinge.
I can’t ‘un-see’ this cheap recycling box-ticking eco-solution now!
Sorry, you’ll see it now I’ve said.
I’ll just leave this here...
That was a fairly spirited drive.
After nearly 1500 miles since 15th Nov, we are averaging 21mpg. It gets driven 50/50 by my wife and I and she gives it a little bit of hammer every so often. It doesn’t spend much time on a motorway.
If it was mine I reckon...
Same here after no wash but regular use. The car was full of passengers too. So that, plus the increased relative humidity and cold morning air and you’ve got a heavy layer of moisture to dry before you can move off.