There are only a couple of things I have discovered that I would change in the car. One is that the odometer does not show tenths of a mile and I would like to have that. There have been several times that I would have liked to measure a particular distance I intended to walk but was unable to be exact, so I had to use my other car to make the measurement. The other thing is that I would like for the radio sound to be able to be adjusted infinitely, not to click on to the next sound level which may be louder or softer than I actually want to listen to. Overall, a pretty good buy, but I have had it less than a year.
Low tire indicator is nice, but I would like to not have to turn it off when the tire is okay. I would like for the light to automatically go off when air is at the approved level.
Thermometer and tachometer. I think every vehicle should come with two sets of keys and the opening device, not one.
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