Ditto. Unsure why its so hard to grasp. If the issue was caused via "OTA" it's gonna be resolved the same way. Dealership doesn't have a magic man hiding in the shop (nor do they know much about these cars in general).
:lol: maybe they'll refund you the money and throw in the car for free with those threats lol
I was pretty sure that I had CarPlay as of this morning but I will check again later. If anything, it seems like software/update glitch which aren't uncommon.
I got my car when this wasn't even a consideration, Oct 2019, but if 2.0 was an option at the time .. I wouldn't even look at it. I don't see the point in a 4 cyl besides for export market(s).
If money allows for both options, I'd pick the 3.0 every time. If money was an issue, I would...
Yes, they are different. If car play is connected you need to long press the req button to command Siri and short press to give commands to Toyota (talking navigation specific here, I don't use commands for anything else).
I mean.. the system is for an emergency and not for testing out if you car is gonna rear end someone at the traffic light for giggles. I'm gonna continue using the pedal for stopping.
Car has 0 issues stopping from highway speeds in adaptive cruise control mode though so it's not like it...
There isn't really anything to debate though. If you like the feature - cool. If you don't like the feature - cool. :dunno:
The warning on the windshield that you saw is just stage 1 warning. If you didn't do anything it would be followed by an audible beeping. If you didn't do anything then...