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The S60 is definitely a nice car, don't get me wrong, but some of the things mentioned above just seems like basic oversights that should have been included. I was not aware of the ability to change the bands..definitely need to play with this some more...but it seems to me that this should be a dedicated button for this. The auto headlights is not an option, unfortunately, one needs to turn the dial to turn on headlights...and the unlock/lock feature is not either. Again, minor, but annoying enough for a luxury car of this caliber. Two other things which are annoying depending upon your expectations: my cell phone does not work with the integrated blue-tooth, which make many of the buttons on the dash useless, and as mentioned, there is a second or more lag when changing stations on the radio.Report it
I've had mine for just over a month as well. Overall, I agree with you on most points. However, you can definitely use the "sensus" control on the steering wheel to switch between bands, but it's buried in some menus and a bit slower to do compared to Hondas / Acuras. That being said, I must be getting used to it. As for the lock / unlock feature, it's definitely an option you can set in the menus. The car does have daytime running lights - rotating the headlight knob all the way clockwise makes it smart enough to know whether it's day / night, I believe. If money were no object, there might be some competitors I'd consider more, but this car is a pretty darn good value if you skip most of the high tech safety doodads and factor in the incentives.Report it
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