Rear hedrests are a big deterrant to rearview mirror visibility. Had dealer remove rear headrests to improve vision in rearview mirror. Can be replaced as needed.
(Not used to driving using only side view mirrors)
Car is overengineered regarding display package. Interior phone is annoyance to driver when passenger is using it, but speakers can be turned off and hand set utilized. Cargo package absolutely useless (attaches to rear headrests
which are now not in place). Needs window shade approach)
Car drives very well and seats can be adjusted vertually anywhere. Good power and smart looking lines. Gas mileage 27.1 MPG on interstate 1,000 mile trip.
Seats, Power, comfort
Collapsing headrests in rear like Volvo.
Reset when passengers are in rear seats.
Window shade approach for cargo hiding rather than tarp approach.
Less tech for screen.
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