Our time with the Creta till now has been fantastic and trouble-free, but after spending months waiting for Murphy’s Law to kick in, it seems that the universe has finally delivered. From the beginning, the touchscreen A/V system of the Creta has been a bit temperamental, and would, every once-in-a-while, throw a tantrum mostly related to Bluetooth pairing of my cell phone. But, these niggles went a bit further a couple of days ago when the touchscreen simply stopped responding and stopped working – much like what happens when a computer hangs.
Normally, the solution to get the system working again is a simple reboot, but this time, it involved locking the car and leaving it standing for a while, before the system started functioning normally again. So, there might be a service station visit coming up this weekend, where I think the technicians would probably perform a software update. Only issue is, the error happens once in a blue moon, and that means replicating the problem for the engineers is a tall task!
However, other than that, the Creta has been running pretty well, and this month too did a long road trip. And once again, it delivered fantastic comfort to the passengers and kept them well insulated from the summer heat. So, I have to say, overall, living with the Creta has still been a rather satisfying experience.