Really good buy for the money!
N-line (non-premium) with DCT - purchased Dec 2020.
Just about to tick over to 3500 kms so thought I'd give my two-cents worth.
The negatives: as noted by other posters the DCT is a bit 'dopey' cruising around town at speeds less than 40-45km/h. It doesn't really 'settle' on a gear for long enough BUT the changes are still acceptable - you don't suffer any whiplash! Above 45-50km/h this problem is pretty much non-existent. Road noise on very coarse bitumen can be a little on the high-side.
Inevitably there is turbo lag - if you go from featheri...
Purchased in December 2020.
Great car for a great price
Have the manual version of this car and it's a pretty good all rounder. It can run on 91 which is odd for a turbo and I was able to get a brand new one for $24k so the value has held up really well.
Purchased in March 2020.
What a nice surprise!
Was looking for a replacement for my 2018 X-Trail Ti which was a disappointment. It was a beautiful car to be a passenger in but really unpleasant to drive.
I was thinking something more nimble and practical having enjoyed a drive of my brother’s Kia Cerato S. Wanted maybe a Cerato GT but there weren’t any available at my dealership at the time.
It also sold Hyundai so thought I’d check out the offerings while there. Glad I did!
After an unexpected test drive, I bought the 2020 N-Line in Aug 2020.
1st the not so good: DCT in suburban traffic ...
Purchased in August 2020 at Col Crawford.
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|Drive Type||Front Wheel Drive (FWD)|
|Fuel Consumption||7.1 L/100km|
|Engine||4 Cylinder 1.6L|
|Max Power||150kw @ 6000rpm|
|Max Torque||265Nm @ 1500-4500rpm|
|Release date||Jan 2017|
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