[s-cars] Q7 ramblings
ekellock at gmail.com
Thu Mar 1 12:48:15 EST 2007
I read those two comparisons and the answer seems obvious to me.
I've never had an opportunity to even play with MMI or any other of that ilk.
What I am wondering now is, is there any overall net gain of any sort?
Or is it just cool?
On 3/1/07, Taka Mizutani <t44tqtro at gmail.com> wrote:
> Fair enough to say that we agree to disagree?
> It's obvious that you think that the MMI is just fine.
> It's also obvious that I and some other people really despise the system.
> To each his own, I guess.
> Which is easier:
> A. Hit the "fan" button and then turn the climate control knob.
> B. Turn the dedicated fan knob?
> Or how about this one:
> A. Hit the "menu" button, then the "air control" selection, then turn the
> knob to select which air vents you want to use.
> B. Hit the appropriate directional pictogram buttons to adjust air vent
> On 3/1/07, Ez Veedub <ezveedub at hotmail.com> wrote:
> > I own an 93 S4 & a 95 A6 avant, I currently also have an Audi Q7 3.6, and
> > I
> > just turned in my Q7 4.2. I also had an 05 A6 3.2 and several Audi A8's
> > both
> > 04 & 05. I have used all the MMI systems currently out and I can tell you
> > that just like any car, once you know all the controls, you will see that
> > the MMI is not as bad as you think, if not better. As for the radio
> > stations, how many times do you manually tune in radios stations. The MMI
> > system displays all available stations in the list. If there is a station
> > you ways listen to, it stores the last 5 stations at the top of the list.
> > As
> > for the AC blower, the AC panel has a blower symbol right next to the
> > knob.
> > Once you press the button, just turn the knob to adjust the blower
> > manually.
> > I find most people find it harder to open the glovebox on the A6 & Q7,
> > than
> > work the AC IMHO.
> > Ezveedub
> quattro mailing list
> quattro at audifans.com
> Watch this space for ads :)
More information about the quattro