If you buy a bottom entry car you must expect a bottom entry specification. I suppose someone will complain there is no parking assist or auto open boot or soft close doors. Edited by: Beevee-eelis- said:There are many things which are 'minor' inconveniences but which saved them money.
- those interior lights
- not having rear wheel arc shields
- rear drum brakes
- three cylinders instead of four (no just kidding)
- there's no control of passenger side window at driver side
- only one register plate light
- interior handle above door only at passenger side
- make-up mirror only at passenger side
- only two air out lets on dash
- hat track not going down automatically
and so on and on, please add to list...
UpMan said:How much would it have cost to put a second grab handle/hole thing in the inside of the boot lid? I reckon all of 0.02 pence. If your right hand happens to be holding something, you can't pull the lid down easily with your left hand. So needless and annoying
As you already have the top model, what would make you change it?miketedl said:I have a high up and yes it is a bottom entry car but for £11500 we expect some of the missing items included, most other manufactures include many of the missed items for less money also. Daft as it may seem ,when I change the car I will still buy another Up.