Me too! I actually prefer it over the old one that was way up on the roof. I find it awkward to have to look up at the roof while driving, but very easy to glance down at my gauges. To each his own I guess.Davislove3rd said:I have to say I find the new clock position no problem at all really
Yes its still there , but been moved to the 'speedo ' ... takes a bit getting used to it being there ,and I still look up above the RVMIt_works said:I've just been to see our new MCS which arrived today and wondered where the overhead clock had gone. Anyone know ?
I might be misreading this but the clock and trip meter are both there if you push the button on the speedo.Paul Mullett said:It's a shame you have to chose between the trip meter and the clock, as I use both quite frequently, found it very irritating. Change for change sake, the old position was easy and quick to glance at, clutter free. It's a shame they could not have worked to integrate the clock, new lights and all in a new centre piece up top.
You can push a button to toggle between the two, but on earlier cars (like mine) you can view them both all the time, no need to switch. I prefer it that way, simple and effective.Cooper76 said:I might be misreading this but the clock and trip meter are both there if you push the button on the speedo.