Only 9000 miles.......pretty poor really, the BMW system I had before was good for a lot moremderagon said:I've had my clutch from new for 9000 miles from new and its just gone ..strange i've been told that it will cost me £1500 + vat to replace....its funny though becasue since i've had the car sep '03 i've had problems with the clutch holding the car back
After some debate the dealer agreed to share the cost of replacing the clutch. I am told by Maserati UK they do not warrant clutch hardware. It appears from other postings on this forum that some US dealers have been replacing original single-plate clutches (fitted to early 02 cars) without charge.SJP63 said:Presumably you had to pay? - The reason I ask is that in the USA they seem to have a better warrenty system from things I have read
Because it's novel and because I'm lazy!David said:(No judgement here, just my personal preference.)
I spoke to the service manager at my local dealer, who told me to expect only 15 - 20,000 mi on a clutch for the Cambio. That's some expensive driving!
I guess I have a hard time understanding why the Cambio is so popular; personally I enjoy using a manual clutch, just gives me a better feel for the car.
How come you guys prefer the Cambio?