A lot of cars make you hit OK for Navigation, making you agree to the layer's disclaimer that it's not good to look at a scree and operate a vehicle at the same time.
After almost 1 year of ownership I've gotten used to it. It's all part of my start-up procedure: Sit down, buckle up, foot on brake, press Start, VSP off, e-brake off, shift to R, then D, then ECO, then hit OK. Wow that's a lot of steps
Stoaty wrote:The other annoying thing you may not be aware of is the fact that you can't run fan only when temperature is less than 60 degrees. Ingineer sells a fix for this, but it isn't a big enough problem for me to go that route.
Technically that's when the cabin temp is less than 60 degrees, not the outside temp. You can get general outside air flow by hitting Mode so the arrow changes from feet to face (or face & feet). Without the fan on this provides some air at ambient temp.