It depends who you believe.jfran2 wrote:I've never heard that. Do you have some documentation?You should never use windex are car windows. They have coatings on them that the windex will destroy.
- Says it causes streaks and will damage tinted windows:
http://lpautoglassorlando.com/blog/auto ... ld-repair/
+ Says it is safe for all factory windows but may damage aftermarket tinting. Also, points out that laminated glass is glass on the exterior surface.
https://www.liveabout.com/is-windex-bad ... ld-3975507
- Says it streaks, fogs, and is bad for tint
https://glassdoctor.com/blog/fact-or-fi ... auto-glass
- Windex says their ammonia free cleaner is safe for all types of car windows.
https://www.windex.com/en-us/inspiratio ... windex/faq
Getting back to the topic of the thread:
-I'll echo the buffetting on highway with windows open as my biggest gripe (that's a good sign this is my biggest complaint). Rear windows that vent or if they could do a roll-down tailgate like the 4-runner that would be fantastic in my mind.
-No spare tire. I know this is fairly common now but that doesn't mean I'm ok with the trend.
-High beam lights on earlier models are laughably bad
-No heated steering wheel.
-Connected Drive's unreliability
-Lack of car's ability to show present charge rate (currently annoying mostly because it could even be added with a software update)
-Charge cable lock behavior; should mimic Tesla or LEAF's behavior
Apparently the i3 turns the outside heated mirrors on... when it feels like it.