I had the same a few times.......the old....was your door open..was your seatbelt on...yep to all of these.Bellasdad said:I'm very surprised no one has mentioned this issue before. I had a couple of problems with the auto hold in my previous Tiguan not releasing, a trip to the dealership is in order for a software reset, that will cure the problem although it could happen again in the future.
So far I haven't had any issues with the T-roc but it's always at the back of my mind.
We had the same on a Renault grand scenic back in 2004.mvk said:It is a lot better than the electronic hand brake on my last car, an Astra J SRI 1.4 60 plate. If you pulled up on a slope you had to hold the car with the foot brake or pull the hand brake switch. I you took your foot off the brake you only had 3 seconds before it started to roll back. I on a number of occasions contacted vauxhall to ask why it did not hold on like the VW one but never got a response, I am now happy I have a cr the will do this properly.
DSG all the way for me on hills........could not stretch to it though.brid said:From what has been written it appears that all comments have come from manual gearbox units.
On a point of interest - Has anyone suffered similar instances of difficulty with a DSG variant for example, on slopes or against obstacles.