No sarcasm at all. All those mentioned by me exist. Today. Ready to buy. Just not for the American market because bluetooth and monthly payments seem to be the only thing important for local buyers. My daily is an ‘02 lwb Diesel manual Merc sedan. Then again, I’m in Germany wishing we had american fuel and car prices.
There’s loads of manual Mercs, the US just dont get them. The new E is the first to have a manual sourced by ZF and not developed in house though.
No, just no.
They exist, my uncle had a grey diesel manual one with plastic bumpers, cloth seats, panoramic roof and park assist.
Came here to mention those, wasn’t disappointed
She’s being driven like most politicians on a federal or state level here in Germany are. Even most mayors have their own (unarmored) A6 and a chauffeur. Personally she stated that she owns a 2010 Golf.
I think we have different views of what “Ease of use” means. For me it means how easy it is to change settings, complete tasks like sending a photo to a contact or create ToDo lists in the note app. The back button pops up in the upper left corner when needed, why would you want to have it displayed unnecessarily? Read more
I don’t have kids, so there goes my need for robust things. Much rather prefer a phone that’s nice to look at.
I’ve had a few LGs and hands on time with other android phones. For me it’s either that settings/functions are unnecessary complicated or hidden. Starts with disabling mobile data to setting such things as background lighting timeout. The OS itself doesn’t provide the - rather limited - but easy flow of use the iPhone… Read more