I've driven my A2 in Central Europe absolutely loads and have never had any issues reading the double mph-km/h scale. In the photo shown below, mph is white, km/h is red.I like the wheels - indeed the whole car but its a hard pill to swallow on price based on UK prices.
The one thing that does frustrate is the need to use a phone to read the speed whilst driving in Europe as the km/h reading is so poor. Its good whilst you are out and about but obviously stops working badly in areas you really need it - e.g. Chamonix Mont Blanc tunnel for example!
Yes, that does make sense. I'll concede that the red km/h markings are very thin and the needle is a little thicker at that point ...but my brain doesn't struggle to add or subtract 10, even when driving!Ok then its just me
I think its the fact that the needle itself covers the km/h readings mean you have to judge speed based on the numbers below and above the needle and not what is actually pointing at. Make sense?
Tom, your close-up eyesight is better than mine - I find them hard to seeI've driven my A2 in Central Europe absolutely loads and have never had any issues reading the double mph-km/h scale. In the photo shown below, mph is white, km/h is red.
Only UK A2s have this double scale. All Central Europeans A2s just show km/h.
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