Re: Am I the only one that things the gauges are hard to see during the day?
Maybe I'm just lazy, or because I'm not used to see the speedometer offset from center, but I find I rely on the EVIC at least 90% of the time to see my speed. As mentioned by others, the top of the steering wheel cuts off the analogue speedometer. Because of that I have to actually look to see what speed I'm going, rather than just glancing quick and knowing my speed.
I'm not sure that additional lights would help - I'm sure I could turn up my dashboard lighting. I think the problem is a combination of the size of the steering wheel, the position of my seat, and the fact that the analogue gauge isn't in the center.
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