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Hi


Just an update to the continued saga of the hesitation in power delivery on my Cooper SD, it remains unabated.


It is seriously detracting from my enjoyment of my new MINI.


Today a second dealer, having spent 3 days 'investigating', reported no fault or error found.


2 of my colleagues over the last few weeks have driven my car as a trial. Both correctly identified hesitation on gentle acceleration unprompted.


It is beyond me how MINI can't find a fault that other drivers notice fairly quickly.


I insisted today on coming with the technical manager of BMW/ MINI Blackheath on a test drive. Hallelujah ! The hesitation occurred with him driving the car. So now there IS a fault.


They agreed to keep the car one more day to investigate. I was however informed that this may be a 'characteristic' of the new SD.


So where can I go from here ??
 

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Reject it! Or at least tell them that is your intention in a letter.
Do other SD f56 cars do this? If they do MINI needs to fix it. If its just yours, give them one more chance to fix it. If the car is financed get them involved.
 
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