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I thought it was a lower rear control arm bushing but the dealer found 3 exhaust hanger insulators are worn out at 18,000km. Dealer ordered 3 new ones, no eta on delivery.

Not a complaint, just adding to the list of Seltos issues.
 

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I thought it was a lower rear control arm bushing but the dealer found 3 exhaust hanger insulators are worn out at 18,000km. Dealer ordered 3 new ones, no eta on delivery.

Not a complaint, just adding to the list of Seltos issues.
Still, not what you would expect at that mileage/kilos. Strange, but even here where we've been metric for decades, the word kilometerage just does not sit right. Bit like we still refer to footage when talking about a video recording or film..?
 

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Still, not what you would expect at that mileage/kilos. Strange, but even here where we've been metric for decades, the word kilometerage just does not sit right. Bit like we still refer to footage when talking about a video recording or film..?
Aye we got screwed on the terminology.
 

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Still, not what you would expect at that mileage/kilos. Strange, but even here where we've been metric for decades, the word kilometerage just does not sit right. Bit like we still refer to footage when talking about a video recording or film..?
From Wikipedia:

The origin of the term "footage" comes from early 35 mm silent film, which is traditionally measured in feet and frames; the fact that film was measured by length in cutting rooms, and that there are 16 frames (4-perf film format) in a foot of 35 mm film which roughly represented 1 second of screen time (frame rate) in some early silent films, made footage a natural unit of measure for film. The term then became used figuratively to describe moving image material of any kind.
 

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From Wikipedia:

The origin of the term "footage" comes from early 35 mm silent film, which is traditionally measured in feet and frames; the fact that film was measured by length in cutting rooms, and that there are 16 frames (4-perf film format) in a foot of 35 mm film which roughly represented 1 second of screen time (frame rate) in some early silent films, made footage a natural unit of measure for film. The term then became used figuratively to describe moving image material of any kind.
Who knew..? Wow..!
 
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