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I've owned the Ampera for four months and one of my niggles has been the lack of sunglasses storage which in all my previous cars has been overhead just above the rear view mirror.

I only discovered today that there is a storage space for sunglasses beneath the instrument cluster display just above the steering wheel. This isn't mentioned in the manual!

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Yep, it can double as that, but don't adjust the wheel right up while your sunglasses are there ;-)

Meanwhile if anyone can find a small cubby to put loose change for parking, that doesn't rattle around, that would be great...
 

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Mat, what mat? Good idea though, I think I've got some grippy stuff somewhere. The power adaptor for the phone for use as a sat nav lives in there at the moment :)
 

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According to the handbook there is a rubber mat , like the other storage cubbies, tha needs to be removed to acces the emergency key slot. I have the part number somewhere in case my dealership does not come up with mine, only about £6 or £7.
 

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Good point - maybe it's there and I've just never peeked in to have a look. Curious now! Thanks.
 

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I've owned the Ampera for four months and one of my niggles has been the lack of sunglasses storage which in all my previous cars has been overhead just above the rear view mirror.

I only discovered today that there is a storage space for sunglasses beneath the instrument cluster display just above the steering wheel. This isn't mentioned in the manual!

You learn something every day!!!!!
Well I've owned my Ampera for 8 months and thanks to your post only discovered today that the steering wheel is adjustable! Probably IS mentioned in the manual...:oops::rolleyes:
 

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I had some of that non-slip mat stuff, I laid it on top of the dash and rest my glasses on that.
As I am like the queen and don't carry cash, that solved the rattling problem ;)
 
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