I didn't seem the notice the start/stop feature but it may have been because the AC was running. I like the simplicity of the controls compared to other new cars.
The start/stop isn’t the end of the world or anything. However, I find that it regularly engages even when I have the AC on (in reg mode); it seems to be sort of random, but might be related to how much I compress the brake pedal as shifting my foot while still stopped sometimes restarts the engine.I didn't seem the notice the start/stop feature but it may have been because the AC was running. I like the simplicity of the controls compared to other new cars.
Extremely. It's gorgeous to look at (in my eyes, and based on compliments from others). The gas mileage is good for this size vehicle with AWD. It delivers a supple ride, is peppy when needed, and well worth the money (as long as you're not paying sticker). Yes, it needs a few upgrades: cooled seats, heads-up display, better leather options, and a wireless charging pad that actually works with modern-day iPhones. All fixable, and none of which affect the way it looks and drives.Thanks for letting me know. Are you Tourx owners happy with the car so far (fuel economy excluded)
Beat my 2016 Envision 2.0T AWD at Best 50 miles.Getting back on topic...
I am incredibly impressed with the TourX's fuel economy on the highway. (I run 93 octane.) Adaptive cruise at around 65-72mph is consistently yielding 32-33mpg. My best 50 miles so far was 36mpg fiddling around in 45-55mph lines of dazed tourist traffic with nowhere to pass.
I do less sustained city driving. Over my mixed 20mi commutes (stop and go to 80mph), it's not challenging to get in the mid 20s.