I doubt it, it's not really necessary.
What, no express up/down?! This is an outrage!Randy Chase said:...Next we will have people complaining that the buttons are not "one touch" up or down.
You must be right down the road. I am getting impatient as well but consider myself lucky that I might get to see a car or two before I have to order. I'm #36 at AutoEurope. I'm still leaning towards the touring package, but I may find someone on here to trade my touring top for a non-touring model. Then I'll pull out the extra carpet (I hear it just velcros in) and I'll be close to having what I want.elise77 said:I heard the same thing about the roll me up windows....they rattle and clunk....
I am getting the touring package for the 1200 lazy man power window switch.... :>))
I can not believe I will actually have to hold the button til the window is ALL the way down....I didn't know they made those old buttons anymore. :>)))))
I WANT MY CAR NOW.....I am getting cranky.....Oh, wait....12 plus inches of snow predicted for tonight...That will turn an Elise into a mogel....Ok Delivery next week.....
Well, right... apparently on the Elise you can lean over and crank the windows or lean over and hit the switch. There doesn't seem to be any significant difference except which position your arm is in when you're bent over in your car. In my car the difference between power windows and crank windows is being able to open and close any or all the windows at speed according to the weather (plus passenger lockout and auto-down). I can see the point of the latter power windows but I have little understanding of desire for the former type outside of people who suffer severe arthritis or those unable to move their arm in a circular motion. It amazes me if that's considered a significant advantage to car buyers... then again it is America. It's not a big deal to me as I was on the fence about the touring package anyway, I just find it peculiar.Randy Chase said:Much ado about nothing. Lean over and open it or close it.
My MR2 had manual windows. As long as I loosened the seat belt, I could lean over and crank it. This will be even easier since it's electric and you are closer.
That isn't for the heated power side mirrors? There are power mirrors, no?Little Bastard said:There is a toggle switch in front of the shift boot, it toggles left and right. I am pretty certain but I think when you toggle it to the right you can use the driver's side power widow switch to make the passenger side go up and down. Can I say "Toggle" anymore times in the same paragraph
I thought that switch may have been for the central locking?Little Bastard said:There is a toggle switch in front of the shift boot, it toggles left and right. I am pretty certain but I think when you toggle it to the right you can use the driver's side power widow switch to make the passenger side go up and down.