New Owner 2015 Equus Signature

pgsilva

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Genesis Model Type
Equus (2011-2016)
Hi All,

Just bought a used 2015 Equus Signature yesterday, taking delivery in a week. I'm excited about this purchase. I'm coming off a 2006 Dodge Charger with the Hemi, so QUITE the difference!

Anyway, looking forward to reading everyone's experiences with this vehicle.

Jerry.
 

dubbsix

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Genesis Model Type
Equus (2011-2016)
Hi All,

Just bought a used 2015 Equus Signature yesterday, taking delivery in a week. I'm excited about this purchase. I'm coming off a 2006 Dodge Charger with the Hemi, so QUITE the difference!

Anyway, looking forward to reading everyone's experiences with this vehicle.

Jerry.
I made the switch from an FCA product as well. Generally I think the car is amazing with outstanding power and refinement. My personal experience has been hampered by a weird vibration at idle in drive or reverse. I would like to hear your impression of it when you receive yours. Thanks and good luck with your new ride!
 

pgsilva

New member
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Genesis Model Type
Equus (2011-2016)
I made the switch from an FCA product as well. Generally I think the car is amazing with outstanding power and refinement. My personal experience has been hampered by a weird vibration at idle in drive or reverse. I would like to hear your impression of it when you receive yours. Thanks and good luck with your new ride!
Interesting. I didn’t experience that when I test drove it. But I’ll keep an eye out!

What I did notice was when I hit the button to lower the car, (“normal” mode?), the car would lower but then pop right back up. Or so it seemed. We were sitting parked, and I don’t remember if the car was running, so I don’t know what the normal behavior is for the air suspension when you hit the switch.
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FloridaGuy

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Genesis Model Type
Equus (2011-2016)
The raising and lowering is not done all at once, so you will do a little "wave-thing" as the mode is changed. You probably would not notice while in motion, but when parked it is a fun thing.

"Whenever the level is changed, there is a time delay between front and rear wheel for safety. For lift, rear side will be advanced and front side will be lifted later on. For lowering, it is opposite."
 

pgsilva

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Genesis Model Type
Equus (2011-2016)
Interesting. But I seemed to sense that the car lowered and then rose up again. Like it didn’t want to stay in normal mode. But I could be wrong. I take delivery on the 6th so we’ll see!
 
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