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On my SEL Taos with the larger digital cockpit display, I just press the button highlighted in this screenshot to toggle the odometer display on and off. It seems the display can only show the driver assist feature icons or the odometer in that section at the bottom, but not both at the same time so you have to toggle between them with that button. I'm not sure if this works on models with the smaller screen or those without IQ Drive

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On my SEL Taos with the larger digital cockpit display, I just press the button highlighted in this screenshot to toggle the odometer display on and off. It seems the display can only show the driver assist feature icons or the odometer. in that section at the bottom but not both at the same time. I'm not sure if this works on models with the smaller screen or those without IQ Drive

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Thank you! I’ll try this :)
 

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Hmm I will try that also, Thanks
To be honest I didnt know the SE had the smaller dash until after I bought it, I cant believe you cant have the FULL Speedo & Tach at the same time, absolutely ridiculous but I dig my SE other than that
 

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Hmm I will try that also, Thanks
To be honest I didnt know the SE had the smaller dash until after I bought it, I cant believe you cant have the FULL Speedo & Tach at the same time, absolutely ridiculous but I dig my SE other than that
I’m still not sure how to set the CC. I just figured out what the heated steering wheel button was for (never had pushed it!)
Need to read the book I suppose lol!
 

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I drive 500 to 600 miles on the weekend to go up to the mountains and live with CC. The only complaint I have is the IQ drive SUCKS compared to my much older Nissan Rogue Sport which had a similar system. With the Rogue it would literally drive me to the mountains and back and steer Left Right AND CONSTANTLY adjust to keep you in center of lane. The IQ Drive will only keep you from going out of the lane, then it will throw you back and you coast to the other side of the lane and it throws you back and so one.... Looks like a drunk going down the block from lane marker to lane marker. The Rogue kept you dead center and as long as you touched the wheel once in a while it basically self drove for you the entire way including stop and go traffic. VW clearly has false advertisement on this system because they CLAIM it keeps you centered in lane AND IT DOES NOT. Thats the one thing that really pissed me off about it, they lied about the system
 

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I agree on the open road it is a very nice system other than not keep you centered in lane. I do love that it doesnt let you roam out of lane and the emergency braking has already kicked in once or twice on mine (even know I was aware of the situation and already reacting). Lots of A-Holes on the throughway and I feel much safer with this system.


On my SEL Taos with the larger digital cockpit display, I just press the button highlighted in this screenshot to toggle the odometer display on and off. It seems the display can only show the driver assist feature icons or the odometer in that section at the bottom, but not both at the same time so you have to toggle between them with that button. I'm not sure if this works on models with the smaller screen or those without IQ Drive

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WORKS LIKE A CHARM, THANKS OmegaWave(y) now I know how many miles I have LOL
 
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