- 2020 CX-5 Signature Azul Metalico
The mirror reflection is indeed caused by the window glass. So if you need a clear view behind you you must lower it.
I don't understand what you're referring to here.The mirror reflection is indeed caused by the window glass. So if you need a clear view behind you you must lower it.
Man, I though twice before asking.hey avoiding deer, don't ask ....... I didn't see it until it was posted on
this forum ! same for the dash lights...... now I see both ! Now I'll have to
roll back my memory (brain) to a earlier version ! haha , west world humor
The reflection is actually on the window, it just covers where the mirror is. This one honestly doesn't bug me, the one that I notice more often is seeing the entire surround of the HUD on top of the dash reflected on the windshield.Okay, so I took my car in for service today and had a diesel loaner. For the first time, I noticed the air vent reflection in the side view mirror.
Guess what I cannot unsee in my own car now.
We were talking about how the older you get, the more you reflect.Damnit!!! I see it right now in my 2019 sig (took me a few minutes to find it, but, I can never find Waldo either).
Gimme 10 min and I’ll forget about it.
What were we talking about?
I'm right there with you.My wife would agree, I think I’m still in venting stage. Although, we went out for a drink earlier and now I’m reflecting.
Age has done me well. Things I vent about I usually forget and then I reflect once I remember. Not a bad way to live.