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I think that reasoning behind the knob is that Mazda thinks that you won't have to take your eyes off of the road whilst using the knob. The problem with that is that you do have to look at the screen while twiddling the knob and your eyes come off the road at that time. Catch 22Yea. If you can't tell, the more we talk about this, the more pissed off I get. Lol Can anyone explain to me how touching a screen is more dangerous than touching a knob? The only reason Mazda does this is so they can pat themselves on the back "look how much we care about your safety!". Apparently works though, judging by you anti touch screen folks. So I guess none of you are ever buying Jeep?
I was thinking about this Too...why even have a touchscreen, Mazda? Because I can't use it while driving, I rarely think to use it when not driving. Result: I don't really use it at all. I'm guessing I'm not the only one.
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