Software - 84296469 Gracenote - 23199236 Hopefully those are the numbers needed. My iPhone is a 6+ running iOS 11.4, and to say I found it sluggish is an understatement. I actually once damned near tossed my iPhone out the window because it would not, quickly make a text for me. I did actually toss it across the cab of the truck. Shocked it didn't smash, or something. The only issue I have has since, is once CarPlay did not initialize, I needed to Reset the app on the actual phone.
Have you had the truck updated? I had mine in about 2 months ago for an unrelated issue, they told me they reprogrammed everything to give me a bunch of updates. before the update I had HUGE issues with CarPlay. After the update I have zero issues. It works just as I felt it should. it's quick, and does everything i want, when I want.
Found this one this winter, good for us snow belts peeps. Get to your destination and forget to shut your wipers off, and they are stuck mid swipe. Well again in the snow I find it's best to have them parked so as to not burden the motor with heavy wet snow. Anyway all you have to do is shut the wipers off even with the truck shut off, they will come back to life, finish their cycle and park. No need to put the key in and do all that.
I almost always drive until the light comes on. I've had the truck for a year now and around 50-60KM Distance To Empty the DIC will move to "Low Fuel" and no longer give you a distance. I have driven another 30 KM, so to get it effectively to 20KM. When I fill up I have been able to get about 94 liters (25 gallons). I can almost never put much more in after it clicks off. If I try to get more than about 50 cents I run the risk of spilling out.
Is accessorizing your truck something that you are currently interested and/or investing in? IF YES: What is your to top priority when choosing accessories for your truck? (Quality/Price/Look/Reviews) - Yes absolutely. I am always looking to add for either appearance or to add functionality. While the 2 are not mutually exclusive, I would not say add something purely to have "a look". For example the popular roof rack and accompanying light bars added to trucks/SUVs. While I think they look cool, and would love to have one I will not add one to have it. I would need to have a practical reason to have it before I would go down that route. IF NO: Why not? (No time/money, inexperience, no vehicle) Would you purchase something because it's priced cheaper, regardless of negative reviews, or options of higher-end, better quality products? (YES or NO) - It really would have to depend on what I was trying to do. Typically I will read reviews and in my mind categorize the negative ones. Are their reasons valid, are they looking for it to do something it is totally not capable, or are they being unrealistic. If I see the same theme reoccurring over and over, such as say bulbs burning out constantly then I will take a pass. Would you purchase an accessory purely based on how it looks? Even if that means the product does not work well or may not work at all? - No not at all. I want something that works and serves a purpose. I think my answer to question one covers off my opinion. Thanks so much!
I had a Titan with a 10 speaker RF complete with the factory sub mounted under my seat. I now have an LTZ with the 7 speaker Bose. The only thing I sort of miss is feeling the base from under my seat. That said the sound from the Bose is miles ahead of the RF setup Nissan used. The sub only really thumps when you put the volume to it. <--I am more than OK with it as I felt I would have to turn the sound down to hear people talk to me in the Titan where as now I do not. I prefer the GM setup, and the sound it clear and clean.
I LOVE the LED lights. I almost cannot stand to drive my wifes Sedona in the dark. Like her van is almost dangerous by comparison at the general lack of light. This was a van that I used to think had better than average lights before I got my Rado.....
I bought my 'Rado in June, also up in the Great White North. SO far I've driven a touch over 7000km and have spent $1051 in 87 gas. I'm due for a fill today so you can add another $90 to that. So far it's been driven to and from work with about 1600km of that towing my 28 foot TT. According to fuelly my gas mileage is 11.9 MPG towing, 17.3 dry.
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