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post #131 of 2080 (permalink) Old 04-10-2016, 09:02 PM
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Add me to the list of Tucson owners that got to inconvenience some other drivers at a stop light earlier today. Light turns green, hit the gas and my car just revved and never moved. Put it in park then back into drive, pushed the gas, didn't move. Revved it a little more and eventually I started going.
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Has anybody had the dealer service person just go in with GDS and do a clutch engagement learn procedure ??

That about the first thing we do with the Veloster DCT.. take that part out of the equation..

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Hello, first of all, sorry for posting questions about Kia into platizazvonok.ru, but after reading all of this things here, does anybody know if this problem exists as well in the new DCT transmission of the Sportage? I test drove both of the european models (Tucson and the Sportage) and i would go with Kia, but i'm scared, beacuse they share the same platform and technical stuff. In Europe, if we had the opportunity to order the 2.0T, would have been great, but the only options that come with the 6-speed auto are the 2.0 Diesel engines (i don't want diesel anymore). Thanks a lot!
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post #134 of 2080 (permalink) Old 04-11-2016, 06:03 AM
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as far as I heard, both Sportage and Tucson are sharing the same mechanics so to speak therefore engine and transmission should behave the same for both. Personally, I don't see any problem with the Tucson 7DCT...maybe it's not so good as a DSG from VAG group but it's still very good! I would only prefer to change downwards a little quicker than it actually does, but is not a problem. Upwards the 7DCT changes very quick. You can go ahead with the Sportage imo...it's going to be a very good car, just like Tucson.
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as far as I heard, both Sportage and Tucson are sharing the same mechanics so to speak therefore engine and transmission should behave the same for both. Personally, I don't see any problem with the Tucson 7DCT...maybe it's not so good as a DSG from VAG group but it's still very good! I would only prefer to change downwards a little quicker than it actually does, but is not a problem. Upwards the 7DCT changes very quick. You can go ahead with the Sportage imo...it's going to be a very good car, just like Tucson.
For me, the DCT was ok when i drove the Tucson, i liked the way it changes speeds, but the only problem is that i don't know how futerproof it is, there are a few members that have some big problems with this gearbox and the dealers don't offer much support about this in some cases.
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for that, you have the 7 years warranty from KIA if it breaks, they will fix it. If you want to stay away from the hassle, go for the manual one. I would have done it as well, but the wife insisted for the auto because she would be the user of the tucson. Couldn't fight against that
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...actually I should have said 'didn't want to argue about that' they don't think about how the transmission works, how quick it changes, if the engine is good or not, consumption, etc. They just want elevated position when they're driving and automatic transmission All the other things are irrelevant
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I don't know if they have. Cardplayer, the original poster, hasn't been on since 2/20.
I wondering if Cardplayer traded out of his Tucson. Wouldn't blame him if so. Who has time to deal with issues the service dept. won't recognize.

We haven't had this happen yet. Just the tranny not shifting into first gear fast enough at a stop sign in normal mode. I'm keeping an eye on it though.
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Thumbs down Transmission Overheat "'Dead In Water For Six Minutes"

Well yesterday I'm in heavy stop and go traffic for approximately 3-5 minutes when I get a Transmission Overheat Warning on dash. I had just left a local restaurant that I was at for about 1 1/2 hours. The warning light then says I need to pullover. Within another 30 seconds with no way to get over to the shoulder because of the traffic, my 2016 Tucson Limited with Ultimate package just dies. It now tells me it is in cooling mode and starts a 6 minute countdown to cool the tranny. Holy **** I put on my hazards and just hope I don't get taken out. Cars honking, motorists yelling as if I am an idiot. I can only sit there and watch the 6 minutes count down, which it actually does for me on the dash. I am dead, no manual shift or anything. I can't even shut the Tucson off. I have nothing so I'm just hanging out looking dumb. As soon as the longest 6 minutes of my life goes by, the warning light/countdown ends and I am back to normal as if nothing ever happened. I was in Eco mode when this happened. Wow not a happy camper with my $32,000 brand new Tucson (2300 miles).
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