This 2013 Countryman 1.6L (nothing special) doesn't have a temp. gauge; why? Is this only on the cheap version? Is there a way to determine the engine coolant temp. via a digital output from the sensor during realtime operation? Can a gauge (digital or analog) be directly retrofit to connect to the sensor? The engine overheated without any warning light per the original owner's manual (manual has already proven to be in accurate; thus, useless!); essentially majority of coolant loss. Poor design, but I see no reason to proceed with any repair without being able to monitor the temp. and avoid further possible damage if the engine isn't already fried. I am an idiot for buying this car, but I am trying to educate myself and forewarn any future owner if vehicle is not parted out or scrapped. Thanks!