But she'll have to find it when she goes indoors to put it in the metal box that prevents the bad guys getting at it. She'll have to find that too!So women with bottomless handbags can drop a key in and not need to spend 10 minutes finding it again?
And watch it unlock when you walk past it.Erm, I can just leave my car key in my pocket 🙄
I'm in full agreement, keyless entry is the solution to a problem I never had.Seriously folks the keyless system introduces more hassle than it overcomes!
I know you can, I haven't done that - hence my previous comment about the benefit for me being that I can keep my key in my pocket, I still touch the handle to unlock or lock.You can set it to open on approach. It will lock itself back up if no one opens a door within a minute, then if you're still in range it will unlock again....Had to disable it on the Family.
At least it doesn't goToot Toot to say goodbye like one other EV does.When it's dark, the my keyless entry model also turn the headlights on for you if you walk in front of the car so you can "see your way to your door". Freaked me out the first time! Presumably you can turn it off, I just remember not to walk in front of the bonnet.
If he's parking over a drop kerb it's illegally parked get him towed. If there is no drop kerb then you don't have a drive sorry.
The tail lights are a slightly different design. They’re still all-LED, but the non-Life trims get sweeping dynamic indicators and an X-shape brake light graphic. Life just has a single line across the middle of the cluster for brakes and a solid indicator flash.Yeah - so I was wondering if there’s anything else along the lines of no voice activated climate control really.
What about externally, any other differences except the headlights, standard wheels and no handle lighting?
Tail lights, indicators etc the same or more basic on the Life?
And stuff like ACC - does that work the same on all models?
Yep, we have a dropped kerb. With the gates fully open, I've got 225cm clearance to put a 186cm wide (wing mirrors folded) ID3 between. They encroach by a foot and its nearly impossible to get in. The place they park is on the raised kerb between mine and my other neighbours dropped kerb there's just enough room if she's careful. She's never careful.If he's parking over a drop kerb it's illegally parked get him towed. If there is no drop kerb then you don't have a drive sorry.
Failing that put a banana up his exhaust apparently it plays havoc with those ICE cars!!
We have a life and a Family, both 150kW/204ps. We bought outright and the Family cost just £834 more than our Life. Would I have paid the RRP difference between the 2 of £2500ish for Matrix headlights, the pano glass roof and slightly nicer cloth seats (the other bits are of low significance for me - the raised boot floor is less doggy friendly for our bear sized dog)? No chance, maybe £1200,it's all stuff you could easily live without.So, it looks like Onto are soon going to be offering the Family model as well as the Life (details tbc).
Assuming both are the Pro Performance versions, what would people who’ve experienced both trims say the Family is worth over the Life per month?
If you have a Life model now, what would you realistically be happy to pay per month to have the Family features added to your car?