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I'm the proud owner of this red furry, feel amazed by how agile can be!
Few first impressions
Good: - easy to drive in town
-feels a lot bigger from other cars from her class
-nice engine, suite well the size of the car
-fall in love with the steering wheel, black leather with red stitches
Bad: - the driver seat could be much more comfortable, it is an Sri trim not a standard one!
-infotainment system feel old, and not been able to have navigation on it's own is a big mark down
-speedometer, marked in 20 mph step, ridiculous, lucky with the digital
More pictures later on when I'll plan a photo session on a sunny day!
Thanks
Vlad
 

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Hi V.all, welcome very nice car. What phone are you using to get Sat Nav. App on the Info Centre can not be used without App running on your phone first?

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Haha, you're an old git too :cool:

I went to Calday Grange Grammar school on the Wirral from the late 70's early 80's. Andy McCluskey of OMD was there while I was in my first year hence the OMD obsession at the time.
 

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:) who, what? OMD? they are not from my days, I'm more in to 90's, had to Youtube it to see what you're about Mad4fun :D :))
Thanks Delboy_Lee, the phone I use is an Note 4 and in order to use navigation had to download BringGo on my phone+maps. To use navigation on intellilink the phone need to be connected to the car via Bluetooth.
 

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Hi Vicky., just realised I'm no help as you have an Andriod phone & mine is iPhone?
But have you got Blue Tooth connection ?? With info centre ?
 
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