Yap, at about 50kph but don't know which gear to which. This Actyon no indicator of the gear in use unlike Rexton. The other jerk at 10-15 is no longer there. Still think the gear shifts too slowly upwards when driving gently hence the high FC.
Also think should be more than 15-20 running around as can even see in Ipoh.
Read in other foreign forums and they seem to get slightly better FC. So maybe our Bolehland diesel tobe partly blamed but they also complained of the high FC even though slightly better than what we are getting.
I am an owner of Actyon as well, registered in December 2011, located in Bandar Kinrara, Silver colour. So far quite happy with the ride. A few comments I like to include:
1. I get approx 9.6~9.8 l/100 km even on highway cruising at between legal limit +/- 20 (3 adults, 2 child)
2. The engine jerking phenomena - I encounter them when going through road humps(and there are PLENTY in my housing estate roads) when I had to slow down from 40 or 50 kph to engage the road humps. My observations are as follows"
a. slow down from 40~50 kph to approx 20 and negotiate the hump and accelerate again after, no jerk is noticed.
b. slow down from 40~50 kph to approx 10 and below to nego the hump, and accelerate again after, you will feel as if you stepped on the gas but there is no reaction to move for a few second(?), then the car will jerk and move again. This is as though as the car is "searching" for the correct low gear to use but the gears has not fully gone/transmited to the right gear yet.
Nowadays, I tend to cross road humps either by reducing speed to approx 20kph and then immediate accelerate gently or I will slow down to cross the hump and then brake toi ensure the speed and gear is really almost at gear ratio no 1 before I step on gas again. This can reduce the jerking movement in the gear transmission.
3. The driver side near the seat belt gives some knocking tak tak sound when driving st low speed of 40~60 kph. Still unresolved.
4. The boot door could not be closed properly if car is parked in a decline, i.e. the driver side is slight elevated than the passenger side. I was told this is "normal" during my second free servicing last Saturday. DO not know if any owners encounter this problem.
Of the 4 items that I mentioned, I think item 1 and 2 is of more mechanical issues which needs to be addressed by CS.
I fully support if we, as owners can have a discussion within ourselves(tt?) and list out our grouses. Then we can prioritise the issues and request for a meeting with CS management(including hopefully Ssangyong tech rep from Korea).