*adds place to list of "Must visit"*Nah, they have a nice breakfast buffet with the usual stuff: ham and eggs, sausages, mini meat loafs, bread, bagles, boiled eggs, all sorts of wurst, ham and cheese, jams, fruits and cereals. 14 Euros for the all you can eat, coffee or tea included. If you want, you can also have some Prosecco but that'll cost extra.
My thoughts exactly. I'm doing the same thing with my Charger R/T. Though if FCA...I mean Fiat decides to ruin the Charger with a craptastic stretched Alfa platform I'll buy this current Charger at the end of my lease in 2020 or buy a gently used something with a 392 ... or ... gasp ... a Hellcat.But that's all academic right now. And since I only financed the car for 4 years, it's much more likely I will have another car in 4 years. The stock model isn't exactly a slouch, too
My car also has the sticky handbrake. I thought with redesigned rear suspension they would change that too..MacGuffin;n3544579 said:...
1. Sometimes after a rainy night, the handbrake has locked to the brake discs. It needs a bit of gas before it loosens with a slight "clank". According to other Mustang owners, that is completely normal.
3. The gearbox makes noises. Not loud noises but mechanical noises. Sometimes it's a little "clunk", sometimes a slight whirring and sometimes a low grinding noise. According to other Mustang owners and Ford themselves, that is completely normal. Personally I like the thought that the gearbox shows its mechanical nature and that it feels like a machine part but others might argue that manual gearboxes of the 21st century shouldn't make such noises.
5. The turning circle is appalling.
9. Sometimes for no reason the SYNC3 system has glitches, like changing the audio source on its own or muting the parking sensors from a loud BEEP in the speakers to a meek beep somewhere down in the depths of the dashboard. I found no pattern yet, so I can't say what triggers it. I only know that after turning the engine off and on again, everything is fine again.
10. The fuel tank is definitely too small.
When you get out of the car while it's running hold the key fob up next to the window glass. I get better results near the rear- say between the door glass and rear quarter glass. No honking this way since it sort of tricks the car into thinking the keys are still inside when you shut the door. You can even lock the doors by touching the handle afterward this way.MacGuffin;n3544579 said:6. When you have the engine running or the ignition still on and leave the car with the key in your pocket, it honks twice, making you look like an idiot.
7. The sensors in the door handle react to warm water when you wash the car. So it keeps locking and unlocking all the time.