Ditto, we have 14 and 17 year olds who call the Terrain "sick" which apparently means "very cool" in old age language!SnowItch said:Don't know that answer to your question on the cloth vs leather, but I wanted to chime in that the flip-up screens scream "Cool" for my 15 and 17 year olds. Hard to impress teenagers, so I knew GM was on to something when they couldn't wait to show them to their friends.
This old fuddy-duddy loves the fact that I don't have screens clearly visible screaming "steal me"
On a different note, the wireless headphones included with the system do a good job of noise isolation. My wife and I were able to listen to music (at a reasonable volume) while the kids were watching a movie, without them constantly asking us to turn down the music. The Entertainment package is a well implemented package.
LOL, just make sure they hang on to the wii controller while you're driving and they're playing.SnowItch said:Not rambling - the technical details this geek loves to hear.
I love the wealth of music available on XM, and especially love the commercial free stations. When I want to take control, I usually plug in a Zune 120GB with over 18,000 songs. Haven't put anything on the Hard Drive yet, because all of the songs I have ripped in my collection are in .m4a files that the Nox doesn't like to read.
Unfortunately, although I understand that the USB connector will read some Zunes, the 120GB isn't among them. Besides, as I understand it, I exceed the number of songs.
Having taken a long trip not to long ago without "entertainment for the teens", I can vouch for how much more pleasurable the trip is for everyone.
Going on a ski trip ourselves in the near future. Kids can't wait to try out the wii.[/color]
Still waiting for the Company I work for to get me a Bluetooth enabled phone.SnowItch said:Yep, I must say that I' 'm very pleased with how much you can control from the steering wheel controls.
Just got a new cell phone that supports voice dialing, so I get to play with that tomorrow.
I think the Nox and the Terrain DVD's look the same, SnowItch.SnowItch said:Great news - it seems like a while since we've heard of anyone picking up an ordered vehicle. Hopefully the supply chain is cranking up again after the holidays.
I hope the rear screens are the same. We have the flip-up screens in our 2010 Nox and they are nice - both when in use and not.[/color]