So I was working on trying to better route my USB cable over to the left driver's air vent when the brake assembly caught my eye. Does anyone know if this is year and\or trim level specific? I have a 2019S
Thank you burnsy1, I appreciate the brake pedal review!I tried to really feel this out to give you a good answer... but I'm not sure it's helpful. There seems to be very little play in any direction... if I grab it with my hand and try to move it side to side there is very little. If I apply light pressure while driving... there is very little break pressure. It has never felt "grabby" or "spongy" in my experience with it. I had the unfortunate scenario last week where a lady seemed to really want me to t-bone her as she pulled out unexpectedly in front of me, and the brakes felt "right." Maybe I can do a comparison against my other vehicle to see how it's different.
That definitely doesn't seem right.Thank you burnsy1, I appreciate the brake pedal review!
I've always been disappointed with the "feel" of the brake pedal in my 2018 Macan GTS. There's a lot of play, both side to side & and when initially applying....I expected better from a Porsche. At times, the brake pedal feels like something out of a Dodge Caravan. I liked the brake pedal feel in my last vehicle....a Mercedes Benz C450.
Fiberglass, not carbon. That's weird though about your brake pedal assembly still being made of steel, maybe the laws in your country require steel.That's fascinating, I haven't seen a carbon brake pedal before. I just checked my newly delivered MY20 GTS as I was only replacing the pedals yesterday, but it has a standard boring old steel pedal 😔