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2011 Nissan Juke: What Do Those Buttons Say?

May 17, 2011

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I was driving to work this morning in drizzling rain. I had the headlights set to Auto. And when I looked down at the temperature controls, (I was in Climate mode) I couldn't read any of these buttons. They actually came out clearer in this photo than they looked in real life. They were a total blank while I was driving. In the daylight you usually can't read them.

Then the sky became a darker gray and these button became easier to read as you see in this second picture.

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In the darkness of our parking garage you can see them fully.

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But in the daytime, you have a hard time seeing them unless you have the headlights turned off, not set to Auto.

Perhaps because it shares this space with other controls when in D-Mode. See Caroline's video to see the transformation.

Donna DeRosa, Managing Editor @ 5,887 miles

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