garyplett wrote:I love my LEAF but the controls/UI needs refinement/simplification. Nissan should have worked with Apple on the UI. You can tell it was designed by engineers and not by UI experts. All systems need to be unified with consistent/simple controls.
They don't need Apple they just needed basic features found on most cars in the last five years. Clearly it was not tested or issues were ignored. I'm glad this is my first and last Nissan product. I don't mind a lack of certain features as listed on the options but having useless features that are years behind and painful to use is not acceptable. Nissan is concerned about people using the NAV when driving so they lock the controls but they make other usable controls so difficult and useless I would argue the car is more distracting and dangerous then any I have ever owned. Besides, this is supposed to be a high-tech EV but is is more of an EV with a decent drive system and a joke of everything else. Carwings was presented as cutting edge technology, the entire system is a POS. Try not to crash when painfully scrolling for songs for 5 minutes. Ian 8-track might have been better. Rant over for now:)