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post #41 of 60 (permalink) Old 04-01-2018, 02:51 PM
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OMG!
I just loaded up a thumb drive with a bunch of old "Greatest Hit" CD's. I made a trip yesterday and was frustrated as **** by the stereo.
I CAN NOT BELIEVE you can't scan through the albums while going over 5 MPH. So that means I have to pull off the side of the interstate every time I want to switch albums.
How f'ing stupid Toyota.
OK, someone out there needs to figure out how to defeat the "vehicle in motion" signal for this thing.

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post #42 of 60 (permalink) Old 04-08-2018, 08:51 PM
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The one thing that I wish was available is electric drivers seat (with the ability to adjust the distance to the pedals electrically).
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OMG!
I just loaded up a thumb drive with a bunch of old "Greatest Hit" CD's. I made a trip yesterday and was frustrated as **** by the stereo.
I CAN NOT BELIEVE you can't scan through the albums while going over 5 MPH. So that means I have to pull off the side of the interstate every time I want to switch albums.
How f'ing stupid Toyota.
OK, someone out there needs to figure out how to defeat the "vehicle in motion" signal for this thing.

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I'm assuming that you're using the default head unit? I don't think this issue is a problem on aftermarket infotainment systems. Looks like you might be better off making mixed playlists, than listening by album.
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post #44 of 60 (permalink) Old 04-09-2018, 11:19 AM
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I really only dislike that the Cruise controle lever turns together with the steering wheel.
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They're usually stationary, but it should be fine since it's usually used on highways when you don't really mess with the steering wheel all that much.
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Something I just found out as I never get into the back seat area and have never folded the rear seats down. I just saw a pic that shows the rear headrests folded. I did not know the C-HR rear headrests do that. I guess I can still learn new things about my car even after 6 mos.

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They're usually stationary, but it should be fine since it's usually used on highways when you don't really mess with the steering wheel all that much.
I really use it all the time.
Here in Belgium we have full automatic Speed Traps on almost every streetcorner.
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Here in Belgium we have full automatic Speed Traps on almost every streetcorner.
No difference here, neighbour!

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No difference here, neighbour!
I know, just don't ask me why.
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That's been a "Toyota thing" for over 15 years.

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