jeanlucb wrote: I was hoping that the 2018 models would be better but two Chevy dealers told me the seats were the same, so I did not try an '18. Can you provide more details? Trim, year, etc?
OrientExpress wrote:For those of you that want the digital speedometer option in the LEAF2, you just need to go to the screen that has it.
DaveinOlyWA wrote:Nubo wrote:ILETRIC wrote:Here is the worst part: you cant's sit and drive in the driver's seat. There is NO PLACE to put your right knee. It is squeezed by the very intruding, and might I say unnecessary center console wall you cannot negotiate. My 5 min drive was a true torture, rubbing against it and some sort of protrusion running along the top of it like a sick cherry on a bad pie.
It is absurd to have that rigid and non-functional buttress intrude into the cabin legroom space the way it does. Because of some arbitrary "design language"? Gah.
There is no "non functionality" here. Its literally jam packed with buttons, switches, cupholders and cubby holes. The ideology is rather transparent.
OrientExpress wrote:It seems that the center console issue only affects those that are larger than the 95th percentile human, or have larger mid-section girth.
LeftieBiker wrote:Thanks. That MPH display is too small to be useful - at that point the crappy analog speedo is easier to read.
cwerdna wrote:LeftieBiker wrote:Thanks. That MPH display is too small to be useful - at that point the crappy analog speedo is easier to read.
I thought the 70 MPH shown in that picture is the CC... err... PPA set speed and not the car's current speed.
I could be mistaken but IIRC, the green value that reads 70 MPH in the pic went up and down in real time as I pressed accel/decel and it didn't change due to PPA speeding me up/slowing me down due to traffic.
I'm skimming the '18 Leaf manual pages 5-83 thru 5-106 and that number is referred to as the set speed indicator.
Attached excerpt from 2 pages.
DaveinOlyWA wrote:it is the set speed and does not change so like a clock its right... a few times