Likewise - please let us know what they decide to do about it and what the fault turns out to be.
Mine is booked in again in October for them to have another look. Recently the car braked by itself so sharply that the front end dipped - only lasted a second or so. I was approaching green lights, under 20mph, car in front about 30 - 40 feet away (so no collison danger), made a sudden sharp left turn so maybe the sensors picked up the sudden change in direction? I think there may be something wrong with the sensitivity of the sensors - I have been changing the sensitivity of the Forqard Collision System to LOW at the start of every journey. This has helped reduce the frequency of the problem but has not eliminated it. Now over 30 instances in 2200 miles of driving. Cannot be normal or acceptable!
Just collected mine after 2 days in the dealership. (He also handles KIA and NISSAN). 10 mile journey home was fine. Only time will tell if its been fixed - I'm not filled with confidence that they know it's been fixed though. They were a bit vague as to the problem other than "they've spent a lot of time on it". Was told they've reconfigured the FDA (??? forward detection ? ?) and done the BMS (battery management system ?) update - though what that has to do with it who knows? Also cleaned the brake calipers.
Got a long trip to Clacton tomorrow, but as nearly all the problems have been at low speeds around town, not sure if this trip will be a good test.
Have had their courtesy ZS EV for a few days and that behaves quite differently. On a couple of ocassions cars in front have turned off sharply and there has been an audible warning from the dashboard but no braking or scrunch. If I had been in my own car in those circumstances I would definitely have had NO audible warning only the scrunch and possbily the car braking.
Esi, curious what the tell you when you collect your car.......