That's how I feel when I rent a car and all they have left is a compact. Just give me a freaking bike, I'd be more comfortable.
I have read that if you wear polarised sunglasses then hud is not visible.
-2009 BMW 328i Space Gray //A52//322//4B9//507//609//639//677/6FL//6NF//
-2014 CX-5 Sport, Black (RIP Apr '15)
-2015 BMW ///M4 Austin Yellow //B67//ZDB//ZEP//ZEC//2MK//2VF//2VZ//403//688//
-2016 CX-5 Touring, Soul Red, Bose/Tech, PDC (Sold)
-2017 CX-5 GT Soul Red Premium (Bought and on a boat to Germany)
I am having no trouble with polarized sunglasses. It is certainly dimmer but easily readable.
HUD was on when I test drove a GT with the Premium Package. Didn't have time to put it through any thorough paces. Easy to pick up from the driver's seat once the height is positioned correctly.
About those polarized sunglasses - My wife's Camry Hybrid has LCD readouts for the climate system. Tilt my head slightly and the entire display goes black. Lesser effect in my '15 CX-5 GT.
Same with LCD wristwatches and...
the transmitter screens for radio-controlled model aircraft.
Same thing applies on GPS/sonar/radar screen on boats.
How high can the HUD be adjusted?
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I had a loaner CX3 with the plastic pop up heads up display 2 weeks ago while getting new shoes for the CX5. I found the read out to be very distracting in your straight on road vision. Can you turn the CX5's projected on the windshield one off, or reposition it to another location?
Once I get my 17CX5, both of our cars will have it. I'll never have another car without it or adaptive headlights
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