[MR2] MR2 news from Top Gear
seawa.anon at gmail.com
Mon Jan 25 11:21:02 EST 2010
Yeah, I can see how it might sound a little hypocritical; but I think the
point is that there's a few things that, at least some of us have come to
accept as basic equipment/conveniences - such as electrically adjustable
mirrors, electric door locks, and cruise; and this is as opposed to things
like cars that brake by themselves, etc.
On Mon, Jan 25, 2010 at 8:08 AM, Jeff Richter <jrichter2 at wi.rr.com> wrote:
> bob-schultz at comcast.net wrote:
>> I hear what you say and honestly I kind of agree with you. My LS430 has
>> radar cruise but when the Yaw Sensor gets out of sync (something like a $600
>> part) the cruise dies so the drive back from Yosemite was a problem.
> I just find it ironic that in the same thread where various people are
> bragging about how they refuse technology
> in their vehicles (e.g. the lack of a diagnostic plug, or complaining about
> seat heaters), someone could use the term "problem" for driving without
> cruise control. Really? That's a "problem"?
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