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Old 01-08-2019, 10:58 AM
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I vote for the last-gen Range Rover, where all non-GPS stuff is still on tactile, glove-usable controls, but not overly complicated. It's a genius design and a great layout. Next version is black-glass haptic so I've never upgraded!


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Old 01-08-2019, 01:41 PM
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Porsche has the best system I've been in recently.
The new Mercedes system (in Aston too) is very user friendly.
Ford has become very user friendly.
Dodge & GM has been easy to navigate and is fairly responsive. Although I HATE the non-touch screen controls of the current Escalade.
No complaints with Lambo or Ferrari.
Last generation Jaguar/Land Rover was awful, killed the cars' appeal for me.
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Old 01-08-2019, 02:57 PM
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Originally Posted by White Out View Post
Porsche has the best system I've been in recently.
The new Mercedes system (in Aston too) is very user friendly.
Ford has become very user friendly.
Dodge & GM has been easy to navigate and is fairly responsive. Although I HATE the non-touch screen controls of the current Escalade.
No complaints with Lambo or Ferrari.
Last generation Jaguar/Land Rover was awful, killed the cars' appeal for me.
What about Audi's MMI? How would you compare that to the Mercedes, Jag, BMW? I find the MMI to be pretty straight forward.

The funny thing about the MMI is that my wife keeps trying to touch the screen on it but never touches the screen on her touchscreen Nissan system electing to use the buttons to control everything.
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ANY thing Land Rover I run away from. As an automotive professional, I simply know better.
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