I have read reviews of the City and Amaze where the cars' engine stop if goes in deep water. It is also not covered in warranty and one has to pay in thousands for repair.
By: Jj on 6 december 2015
A hydrolock that has been reported by some of the customers but what apppears is that happened in a very rare case in which the car was driven in very deep waters. Following which the design was modified. It's a common practise wherein manufacturers replace the defective components. The veracity of this cannot be confirmed. Ideally, the air intake open end should be placed much higher than the ground level and away from any point that may have direct splash of water. If this is not the case, it can be an issue.
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