KSarge wrote:We can receive text but not send.
I believe this is due to a lack of functionality in I-Phones, period. They don't support the full range of bluetooth functionality. See Nissan's list of phone compatibility at http://www.nissanusa.com/bluetooth
. I, too, have an I-Phone (6Plus), and i knew before i bought the car that:
1. it would receive/read incoming texts
2. it could not send the "pre-formattted" response texts
3. To use many of the Nissan Connect functions, the phone would have to be tethered, rather than using bluetooth connectivity.
KSarge wrote:Also having a problem with the heat, sometimes takes 15+ minutes to provide any heat at all when turning on Auto climate control, sometimes never does in a 25+ minute drive.
I have not experienced this problem. Although the fan does turn on immediately, blowing cold air, it's always warmed up quickly for me, ususally toasty within 5 minutes. I recognize, however, that winter in Kansas City is not the same as winter in Ontario.
I, too, am disappointed with the lack of promised features. I was promised a response on the issue within 48 hours, and that should be today. I will post again, either relaying their response, or the lack thereof.
I'm not sure how strongly i feel about this issue. I love the car, and don't want to give it up, but was promised features (that are important to me) that Nissan seems unable to deliver. The real question for me will be, if Nissan is unable to deliver the promised features, should i pursue returning the vehicle under state "Lemon Laws?"