Has anyone else seen this type of variation in the door gap around the front passenger side?
Some of the more recent recommendations for addressing wind noise have been to adjust the door in and the people that have had that done have been reporting success.I noticed several Palisades the doors didn't look like they were in smooth with the rest of the car
stuck out past fender
I don’t know that this is great advice. Every vehicle has issues. I think it comes down to how they are handled and something more qualitative like issues per 1K cars.Jivtesh, you're right. Go buy a Highlander. They're the BEST cars in the world and I really wish I bought a Highlander instead of my Palisade.
Comparing apples and oranges again. It’s amazing how you never learn.I don’t know that this is great advice. Every vehicle has issues. I think it comes down to how they are handled and something more qualitative like issues per 1K cars.
54,588 Palisades sold 62 complaints = 1.14 complaints per 1K cars
88,899 Tellurides sold 122 complaints = 1.37 complaints per 1K cars
101,148 Explorers sold 63 complaints = .62 complaints per 1K cars
79,071 Highlanders sold 10 complaints = .13 complaints per 1K cars
54,815 Pilots sold 52 complaints = .95 complaints per 1K cars
52,409 Traverses sold 4 complaints = .08 complaints per 1K
8,653 X7 sold 2 complaints per .23 complaints per 1K cars
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That's not actually what that data shows. There is no control for different groups being aware of the site, choosing to report, etc, nor is there any validation of issues. While it's a useful tool for seeing if others are reporting similar problems and to learn what to look out for, trying to make claims about rates of defects from it is pointless.I was merely trying to show that the 2020 Hyundai motors offerings are 8 to 10 times more likely to have a defect than their 2020 SUV counterparts