Still enjoy driving my RRC and D1 although each has its own idiosyncrasies. Had a new Audi A4 as a loaner and just couldn’t get used to having a iPad size screen in front of me. I am seriously going to look at a Bronco Sport and see how the interior is organized.A kia sorento can do hells gate with a moderately capable spotter.
The defender still looks like an element especially in stock form. Its a fucking joke.
Those don't look like legit 35's on the defender, but I did not look close.
Land Rover is lost. Not sure of I will even deal with the D1 and P38 much longer.
I assume it’s similar to that of its sibling the Ford Escape. Try finding a car without a massive screen in the dash these days
And it’s the part that ages the quickest. It bothers the hell out of me in the LR3. The nav is so outdated by today’s standards I just keep it on the black screen most of the time. Would rather just have a cubby and drop in an aftermarket double din with CarPlay but of course it’s not that simpleYeah, it’s kind of sad.....you need to touch a screen to change a radio station or turn up the AC. Talk about fixing something that wasn’t fucking broken.
Good thing I think nav in vehicles is completely pointless, other than rental cars. And who doesn't think it's easier to just speak into your phone and say "take me to xyz" rather than fiddle with the dog-shit vehicle nav interfaces?
Agreed and usually just start Google Maps after I get out of known area.If it has Android auto, you can connect the map straight to the nav in the vehicle.
I would assume Apple has the same thing?
Also I like using the vehicle nav to get me out of a destination, rather than having to listen to the stupid phone tell me every little turn when I already generally know where I'm going.