You could have seen it here, from 20:28New QV Owner Myth Busting [The Brakes]
In all my research on QV ownership, one of the consistent "issues" flagged by reviewers were the brakes. The main issue appeared to be the "brake-by-wire" system which raised doubts about how well the car would stop and whether it's even reliable.
This system appeared to be the reason why reviewers kept stating issues with bringing the car to a dead stop when at crawling speeds. I can remember one reviewer (or possible owner) stating that the brakes were so hard to modulate they needed to re-calibrate themselves to stopping the car based on what footwear they were wearing that particular day!
Nonsense! I've had zero issues with stopping the car whether at speed or crawling in traffic. Honestly, either the original owner of my car had something done or the issue is simply being overblown. I'm a new owner of a QV and have been babying it in and out of car parks, driveways, junctions, Give Ways etc and not had any issues with brakes whatsoever.
Hopefully this helps anyone looking into possibly owning a QV at some point.
Ah, that was it, thanks. You obviously have a better memory than me!You could have seen it here, from 20:28
Need to take some of the interior, will post soon. Well, the front at least - the back's covered in seat protectors and kick mats
Yeh, the car was already ordered and the upgraded wheel wasn't optioned, which I was initially disappointed about but I think I prefer it now - less visible wear the older it gets and not paying for that option. Prefer having the carbon v grille which I probably wouldn't have ordered to be honest. Compliments the carbon splitter.
They are a slightly off white with a warm tone. Cameras usually struggle with white exposure. If you photograph snow it usually looks grey. The contrast is too much for most cameras.
Yep, they are. I've not noticed them looking anything but white in real life.
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