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janeyandpaul last won the day on June 25 2016

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  1. Disappointed so far, anyone got similar issues.

    Hi, are you asking about the initial start of the thread? If so the dealer bought back the car no issues, Renault UK apologised and was give £1000 towards a new Renault. I bought a new Kadjar SNav auto via good deal Flame Red. The only issues I've had are with the Rlink2. The car is fine just not as refined advice it could be, some switches are in very strange places, i.e. Cruise/speed control heated seats... I love the car it's really practical and I enjoy driving it. If I was to buy again with hindsight I would probably consider a Kia Sportage. Hope this answers your question? 🙂
  2. 8 weeks in and no complaints from me ☺☺

    That's very tight parking! Almost a handbrake 180 degree job! Them we're the days lol [emoji23] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Hi have you swapped your wheels for 17"? I'm thinking about it as the tyres are cheaper and looking for added comfort over the worst roads in the U.K. Warwickshire! I too have the Bose edition great car but lacks a little refinement compared to my previous Kia Optima. If I was to buy again I'd consider the new Kia Sportage but price for price you get a lot more with Renault. I have the auto diesel with real leather heated seats and it's great. Just some silly items missing which some I believe have now been addressed by Renault, Interior glove light box, illuminated buttons, auto fold wing mirrors. Bose Sound system is OK nothing to get excited about nothing compared to Bose products in the home... I've also purchased a spare wheel & Jack. Overall I'd give our Bose edition S Nav Flame Red 8/10 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Oil levels

    Hi, it's a combination fill and dip if you open the the yellow fill point where you add oil you will find attached the dip stick [emoji594][emoji846] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Thanks very much for the colour code for my Renault kadjar in cosmos blue it will save me a lot of time .Do you have any idea who stocks the correct paint for the Kadjar or scratch repair kits Best regards Stephen

  6. Tyres

    Thanks I thought that... I was just curious as fat tyres are cheaper and was hoping for more of a soft ride, I'm considering buying some 17" alloys I know there not as pretty as the Bose edition but I'm thinking of my comfort and long term spend on tyres. [emoji594][emoji846] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Tyres

    Hi, I'm not mechanically car minded at all unlike some of you so I thought I'd ask. I have the 19" wheels with a 225/45/19 profile... do you think 225/55/19 would work or perhaps rub the underside of the vehicle, or worse make the vehicle unstable? Thanks Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  8. Owners Ages

    Looks like a members club on Sundays when we all descend on grandma and grandads for lunch [emoji23] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Owners Ages

    We have the full range in our family, here's the colours and age. 22 = White 44 = Flame Red 72 = Titanium Grey Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  10. Owners Ages

    That's reassuring 62... and you can still feel it, that'll be me in 18 years lol [emoji23] Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  11. steviec9363t,a,g,

    The fountain of all knowledge! Ulfire you are one of the greats lol [emoji6][emoji594] Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  12. Hi, yep definitely go for petrol, I wanted an auto but at the time only diesel was an option, to be fair it's fairly nippy... that said my father in law has the 1.2 auto which is so much quicker off the mark, quieter & drives lovely I'm not sure on his mpg, I get around 60-65 on a run 40 around town. That said given the choice I'd go for petrol. Good luck Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Hi, I'm 44 and having driven lorries with trailers I pride myself on my reversing skills, however this is one feature the Kadjar has which is pretty awesome! I let the car park itself where I would never attempt it! My only worry is the other parked cars leaving before me lol [emoji2] You just need the confidence to trust it find a quite road with some large spaces and give it a go... good luck Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Just ordered mine

    It may seem a long wait but will be worth it, I have the S Nav 1.5 auto in flame red, nice colour, my son has 1.6 in white and my father in law has the 1.2 auto petrol in titanium grey, I personally have colour envy when there side by side the grey looks a lot more muscular! Wish I'd had grey. 4 months is nothing they generally come 12 to 16 weeks. It will fly by and at least you should get the latest bits n bobs. This is a great forum some awesome guys here know their stuff keep reading the threads and learn what you can before your car arrives. I've had a few niggles but nothing to moan about the drive is great and I get about 64mpg on a run. 16 weeks will fly by [emoji594] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Petrol Automatic

    Hi just wondering what you settled on, diesel or petrol? [emoji594][emoji846] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk