Got the computer message on my 2017 Levante SQ4: Air suspension malfunction, Service immediately. Dealer has been working on it for 2 days now with no success, Any ideas?
Not a bad timeline for that sort of work and the parts they had to get. Unfortunately for someone else it might take that long just to wait for the parts. Even more of a reason for someone like me to keep sitting on the sidelines. If it was a higher volume product then I wouldn't be waiting as long.Update on air suspension problem. Levante is back !!! They changed the compressor,Valves and plastic rivets. As recommended by Maserati diagnostics manual. It took 16 days for it to be done.
ANY new model, car will have certain issues come up and no one is excluded from this. When dealing with boutique brands such as Maserati, it may take a little longer for them so I don't see the need to be concern in "this" situation or to state whether something should be unacceptable or not.As great as that is that you have your car back, don't you think its unacceptable to have to deal suspension issues on such a brand new vehicle? (especially a Maserati) Not encouraging to see two owners both experiencing the same problem, on vehicles that are a year apart in age. 16 days isn't a short period of time for your car to be in the shop. Do they know if it was the cold/snow that prompted the issue?
if your car is within the warranty period, any air suspension issues such as these ought to be covered.Is this covered under warranty when everyone took it in?