My wife noticed it first. There is a little dim red light from a tiny pin-hole between the 2 over-head front cabin lamps. If you look closely at the overhead console over the front shift knob, you'll see the tiny-squared hole and the dim red light.
that little light is amazing. In city driving with bright lights- it wont make a difference with the street lamps...
But get in the highway- or some rural roads where street lights are scarce--- and that little light- will actually illuminate quite well.
Its enought light to allow you to see your hand for example. enough light to allow you to grasp a drink in the holders etc...
I love that light. It illuminates the shift and cupholders. And I noticed your still puzzled. When in the car, try put your finger over that hole and pull it back while looking down. You'll see how well it illuminates
I noticed this light when test driving the Traverse. I figured that was the only reason for that light. I think its a GREAT idea. :thumb:
Those little things go a long way to making your trip less fatiguing (sp?). I can't wait to get our Traverse and make a long trip in it. I think it will be a lot less tiring than our current Ford Focus, or Grand AM.
Yes, I definitely noticed how quiet the Traverse was. Also, I missed having cruise control. We didn't get that pkg when we ordered the Focus. Driving from Ontario to Florida without cruise control makes for a very very sore knee.
I'm also looking forward to the extra room I have in the Traverse. I'm 6' 9" so it will be nice to stretch out. When shopping for a new vehicle, one of the big things I looked for was a passenger seat with enough leg room for me. Most vehicles that have enough room in the driver's seat, don't have enough in the passenger.