That steering wheel shot reminded me of the ones they posted for the 2011-13 that looked like a rabbit.
You are so right! Now I'm not going to be able to get the idea that I'm driving a rabbit out of my head. Thanks a lot
Although maybe mine looks like a cute cuddly bear.
So I had my first major "moment" with the vehicle yesterday. I was exiting the highway, tried to accelerate, and was getting almost no response. I was able to pull over, restart the vehicle, and the problem went away. As I quickly figured out, I must have touched the paddle shifters on the steering wheel and the jeep went into manual shift mode. Because I didn't have training from the Salesman I didn't know this was possible. It seems the jeep should only do this when I move the shifter into D/S mode. Tonight I'm going to see if I can disable this feature. It was a little scary and thankfully I was in a place where I could pull over and not be stalled in a dangerous traffic situation while I figured it out.
On a wonderfully delightful note I put the usb port to use this AM and thought the interface worked so well. I was rocking out hard on my daily commute! "You're welcome" to whomever I was entertaining with my dance moves. I need to figure out if I have a harddrive with this radio to store the music. I thought I remembered reading about a 40gb drive. Really it doesn't matter anyway as I used my bestbuy reward to buy a 750 gb harddrive last night which will be dedicated to Jeep tunes.
I also noticed that on the nav map it listed the posted speed limit. I didn't have this on my last vehicle and the only thing that would make it better is if it were displayed near the speedometer. So cool.
One question I have: does anyone know how to put the passenger seat down in the forward position? I tried and tried but couldn't get it to work
Maybe it's not an option since I have a power passenger seat? Not good.
Honestly, I'm still so impressed with this Jeep! Here's hoping the love affair lasts and lasts...