The little LED light near the sunroof that lights up the shifter and cup holders at night! Very convenient and looks sharp!
Any new ones?
Talk about a hidden feature, I just found one the other day that I didn't know about, despite having my car for over a year. It's the little slot inside the lower compartment in the center console (where the audio inputs are) that's designed to hold the key fob. Why didn't I know that was there? I guess because it's all black in there and it didn't stand out enough for me to notice it.
...and you've never needed to start your car with a dead fob.Originally Posted by Xaqtly
Good to know but if you have keys attached do they scratch the exterior as you drive?Originally Posted by Xaqtly
This is a great thread.
I have an automatic transmission, and one of my favorite features is that there are basically 3 different ways I can drive: regular automatic; sport shifting automatic (which shifts at higher RPMs than the regular automatic); or completely manual (using the paddle shifters or the + & - on the shifter). I spend the most time in manual mode, but like that you can just hold the + (up a gear) in manual mode for a few seconds and automatically shift into the sport shifting automatic setting. Sometimes when I'm feeling lazy I'll just put it in regular automatic and take it easy.
I have tried this move over and over "holding the + up gear" when in manual and cannot get it to change back to the sport automatic setting. I have to manually click shifter over and then back over into sport to have it back in auto sport mode. 2009 Ctsv here
Strange. Mine's a 2011 but I didn't think there was a difference in the model year.Originally Posted by Chosenone