TonyE wrote: Took the Crosstour out this AM.. just three mile drive to work.. but in no time at all I got used to the new "Accord class" Navi. This is my first experience with the non touch screen interface.
All in all I much prefer the Big Knob instead of the old small knob. Moving the cursor now is much easier.
I like that they kept the simple NAVI map design (easy to read) but they have changed the design of everything else: Better resolution.
Also, having the hood over the screen help a lot with glare.
I see you also got the all weather mats.. I'm sold on them nowadays.
was this targeted at somebody in particular?
I've been getting the all-weather mats in my cars since wayback. It helps preserve the carpeted mats and both of my kids play field sports so it cuts down on the amount of dirt and mud that finds its way into the main carpeting.
I've been meaning to order the cargo liner too - so that way when i put the dog in the back, i don't have to worry about marring Acura's "Triple faced luggage" finish in the cargo area. I have the cargo tray already and that's a must as well.
The navi in the TSX is pretty good, particularly since it's not crippled like how they're starting to cripple them (where you can't enter addresses and stuff while the car is moving)
(2) We always order the cargo mat and the net.
(3) Good to hear about the NAVI... the CT is also able to load destination addresses while on the go. Otherwise it's useless.
We need to stop so much litigation in the US... it's killing our competitiveness and is a huge hassle..... gains nothing, but enriches the lawyers.
3) The '12 Civic and CR-V are this way and I'm pretty sure the ILX and RDX are as well. Shame...