I'm just not a fan of the over aggressive grill trend started by Ford and carried over into Lexus with the predator styles.
Yes! That's one thing I wish they'd add. I mean they added the steering wheel and rear defrost. It must be fairly simple to add? I thought the same thing back to my sonata limited when I used the blue link app. Would put it over the edge I feel.The cold the last few weeks has me really irritated by the lack of seat heaters on the app when starting the car. The seats are ice cold and hard as a rock after work even after running for 10+ minutes.
On the plus side in this weather the car stays really clean after a wash!
The electronics just aren't blipping up the engine revs when downshifting... sounds like their rev-matching program only gets about halfway... so there's still a slight engine-braking effect. Ideally (IMO), it would rev a little higher and reduce the 'jerkiness' (even in Sport mode).I've felt the jerkiness during downshifts when coasting to a stop in Sport mode but it's hardly perceptible in comfort mode. I feel it was added intentionally to make it feel sportier which I appreciate. For a smoother luxury sedan with less sportiness an A4 would be an ok pick. A bit boring but a perfectly good daily driver.
Well the simple factory key fob starter on my Jeep Grand Cherokee is smart enough to turn on the seat heaters when the temp is below zero (not sure the exact temp) and the a/c seats when the temp is about 20 or so.
And you don't like having that feature?Auto tilt down (not sure what to call it) where you put the car in reverse and the side view mirrors tilt downward is only available if you have the mirror switch in the non neutral setting. just a weird quirk, and I just found out we had it today!
I like it, just weird that it only works with the switch in a non neutral setting. I’m the kind of guy that likes to leave it in neutral so I don’t accidentally hit it but it’s just a quirk I wanted to point out. Not a big deal at all to leave the switch on the left or right sideAnd you don't like having that feature?
I hated the double press unlock feature in my past Genesis so I disabled it straight away on my G70. Unless you live in a dangerous area I'd recommend disabling the double press unlock, saved a lot of frustration for both my wife and I as you open all 4 doors with a single press.Also, I wish there was a verbal chime to confirm all doors unlock vs just the one unlock. You can double click to unlock all but as far as I know the chime is the same for both. Has resulted in many times where my fiancé tries to open the door and I didn’t realize until I was in the car and she was yanking on the handle that it didn’t take my double click unlock command
Oh, I understand.I like it, just weird that it only works with the switch in a non neutral setting. I’m the kind of guy that likes to leave it in neutral so I don’t accidentally hit it but it’s just a quirk I wanted to point out. Not a big deal at all to leave the switch on the left or right side
I think you can roll them up...but only before X number of seconds...or before anyone opens a door.I can't remember if this is normal behavior or not anymore. Should you be able to roll up windows while on accessory power? Sometimes I'll be waiting for some friends to show up somewhere and I like to sit with the car off and windows down. But the only way I can roll them up is if I turn on the car? Is that normal on cars?