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    Cue

    It looks like Lincoln is going back to knobs and buttons.
    Where I think caddy should do the same.
    Cue don't work the way it suppose to and it's very distracting as many journalist pointed out.

    Here is the story
    http://m.leftlanenews.com/lincoln-mkc.html


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    Re: Cue

    I agree. I recently had a loaner 2013 CTS and I about went crazy trying to operate the radio and what not.

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    Re: Cue

    Quote Originally Posted by kars79 View Post
    It looks like Lincoln is going back to knobs and buttons.
    Where I think caddy should do the same.
    Cue don't work the way it suppose to and it's very distracting as many journalist pointed out.

    Here is the story
    http://m.leftlanenews.com/lincoln-mkc.html
    I have to STRONGLY disagree if you are talking about 2014 cars/trucks, my 14' srx has the cue and it works better than I ever though or hoped it would, had it in several 13' rented cars and it sucked, but since I picked up the srx everything about the system from radio to bluetooth music to nav has worked great, now if I can get this twin turbo engine that arrived at our shop today to fit in the srx it will really be fun to drive

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    Just remember the press bashed BMW 's I drive system fir the first year or so even worse then Cue. Now , everyone loves it. I take the cue bashing with a grain of salt.

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    Re: Cue

    Quote Originally Posted by DG2 View Post
    Just remember the press bashed BMW 's I drive system fir the first year or so even worse then Cue. Now , everyone loves it. I take the cue bashing with a grain of salt.
    I thought it was so bad I personally stopped buying BMW's just because of it, it is much better these days I have to say

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    Quote Originally Posted by DG2
    Just remember the press bashed BMW 's I drive system fir the first year or so even worse then Cue. Now , everyone loves it. I take the cue bashing with a grain of salt.
    It's not same thing,
    So much has changed and buttons added to I drive..

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    Quote Originally Posted by hcvone
    I have to STRONGLY disagree if you are talking about 2014 cars/trucks, my 14' srx has the cue and it works better than I ever though or hoped it would, had it in several 13' rented cars and it sucked, but since I picked up the srx everything about the system from radio to bluetooth music to nav has worked great, now if I can get this twin turbo engine that arrived at our shop today to fit in the srx it will really be fun to drive

    Because you say 14's are much better compare to 13's
    I'm going to test drive one this week

    I doubt much has changed since I just read motor trend testing cts v sport and complaining about same issues.

    Here is the link
    http://m.motortrend.com/wot/2014-cad...eo-420605.html

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    Re: Cue

    ^ they added the buttons or hard buttons which works the same function as the i-drive. so, the i-drive alone is not great but with the buttons, you can bypass the i-drive and now it works wonders?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kars79
    It's not same thing, So much has changed and buttons added to I drive.. ---------- Because you say 14's are much better compare to 13's I'm going to test drive one this week I doubt much has changed since I just read motor trend testing cts v sport and complaining about same issues. Here is the link http://m.motortrend.com/wot/2014-cad...eo-420605.html
    True. But, the bashing is the same. Anything new and first to market needs time for tweaking. Kinda like a certain healthcare plan

    I just had a ATS loaner and have to agree that the CUE system needs a lot of tweaking.


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