As per a 307. Aside from the damage aspect it was always useful to tell from a distance that you had locked the car.gissing said:Nope - they wanted the mirrors to fold as you locked the doors.
That was me Fed, I asked Honda back in Jan if they could do a mod as I thought it dangerous to get out with them folded. They looked in to it (the folding not the mirror :wink: ) and said Honda couldn't do anything but they did have a 3rd party electrician that could, when they asked him he wasn't too keen!?!?!?!? Oh well, something to put down on the Sat survey H just sent me.Fedorov said:Yea, could have sworn I saw a posting on some forums somewhere (2TA?) where someone complained that when they turned the ignition off the mirrors folded up so they couldn't see on a busy road when it was safe to jump out... maybe I misinterpreted that... I guess the point was that you couldn't manually fold the mirrors unless you left your keys in, hence, check mirrors, if road is clear you then have to press the button, get your keys out before you can leap out of the car and cross the road!
Oh yeah, forgot that one, yes my Pug does that too. Even though Pug rubish car compaired to my new baby they did get a few things right.gissing said:I wish the honda closed/opened the windows on a long press of lock/unlock on the key, too (like the skoda octavia)
Hi Basegreen,I wish the honda closed/opened the windows on a long press of lock/unlock on the key, too (like the skoda octavia)
I second to that.. They should have been made to fold when the car was locked. I always have a hard time to view the rear before opening the door, after folding the mirror.As per a 307. Aside from the damage aspect it was always useful to tell from a distance that you had locked the car.
Very surprised that Honda didn't include it with the Civic. :?