although i would want SOC displayed a half dozen ways; too much information leads to too much mis-interpretation which makes it easy to understand Nissan's thinking.
there are simply too many people in this world now who get into trouble with preconceived notions of the world in general, to wit; weekly reports of someone running out of gas on Priuschat because why?? 500 mile tank range is not enough? gauge not working? gas station closed?.
nope, nada, none of those reasons. now they all provide a "reason" as to why they cant make it to the gas station more often than once every 2 weeks and one day, but i find them to be more applicable to the "lame excuse" category.
after that comes the "blame Toyota for their snide ways of making the person look like an idiot" rant. its all rather predictable.
Nissan understands this and despite me wanting to know how much power is left in Kw, that will never happen. its like looking at gas gauge and thinking, well i know in my 1980 such and such i was able to go 20 miles below the "E" and to make sense of that, it was a car and so is this one, so i am ok...
so to suggest that Nissan give us this i think is a waste of time. i would definitely voice my wishes but doing so with little hope of getting what i want which is all the information. what we will probably get is the same info now, formatted differently which will just have us right back here in 2014 whining about the new gauges
so if you want more info, get it yourself. let me know, because i am interested
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