So I’ve noticed there are a few drivers out there who prefer using the regular cruise control function as opposed to the MRCC.
Just trying to gauge the reasons they prefer this to MRCC?
To me I feel MRCC performs very well and allows the driver to feel a lot less fatigued when driving long...
I couldn’t have said it better myself. I do not see any relevance in using regular cruise control anymore. And in many cases where drivers actually use regular cruise control is most likely because they are not familiar with MRCC.
Tried explaining to my service advisor the procedure but the tech didn’t want to touch it because he is unsure what kind of insulation was used to insulate the high pressure fuel line bracket. If someone has the answers would be great.
agreed, GT-R has basically everything..but if you want the "extra" luxury, signature is the way to go with the nappa leather, black headliner, 360 camera, frameless rear view mirror and LED everything lights, including footwell ambient lights.
go with signature,
it has the 360 surround view,
wouldn't really recommend installing aftermarket 360 camera, potentially not compatible with mazda infotainment system, although a good installer may be able to bypass and force the video on the screen.... go with signature you won't be...