Smooth, comfortable ride.
The dealer installed rear DVD players (mounted in the headrests) have a headphone jack but no way to control the volume. Headphones that are plugged in are dangerously loud for children.
The rear audio control is horrible: when the radio station is changed by a child in the back seat, it changes the station on the front control panel.
3. USB jack is awkwardly
mounted in a box on the dashboard, so my iphone cable gets pinched and hangs down the front of the control panel.
Console in armrest is poorly designed and barely tall enough for sunglasses.
Smooth, quiet ride, remote start
Allow volume control for headphones plugged into DVD players.
Separate radio controllers for front and rear systems (at least don't allow kids in back to override front selection)
Move USB jack to center console area.
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