Perhaps they will address in subsequent model years.That's not all they missed, I can't believe that each time I get into my Limited I have to:
1. Press the seat memory button 1 or 2 the set the seat. (Why not tied to the key fob?)
2. Turn on the rear AC (Why doesn't it stay on?)
3: Turn on the ventilated seats (Why isn't it controlled by the HVAC system?)
4: Turn on the Cruise Control System in case I want to set cruise (Why doesn't it just stay on ?)
All of these things have been present on the last few cars I have owned, don't get me wrong, I really like my Palisade, but these are just design errors that should have been caught prior to release.... I believe that all of the above can be fixed through software patches, but I'm sure that it will not happen.
Yup, I won’t hold my breath on the power folding mirrors, fortunately for me it’s not a deal breaker. However, I’m puzzled by then not adding that feature when they’re touting all the other tech - considering the Telluride offers. I guess they feel the digital gauge cluster is enough of a differentiator.
Have you seen the KETO commercial on kickstarter? It uses the palasade and shows power folding mirrors. I wonder if it can be added.There seems to be some confusion out there. I’ve heard no power folding mirrors on the U.S. trims. However, I contacted a Hyundai rep. on line and he said his spec sheet say yes. I asked him why that’s not clear on the website and he had no answer. Does anyone know for sure
Folks, power folding mirrors is not an option currently and won’t be for the foreseeable future. Only the S. Korean versions have the option. My guess is too cut costs, they didn’t bring that option to the states are Canada for now, odd.Have you seen the KETO commercial on kickstarter? It uses the palasade and shows power folding mirrors. I wonder if it can be added.
Folks, power folding mirrors is not an option currently and won’t be for the foreseeable future. Only the S. Korean versions have the option. My guess is too cut costs, they didn’t bring that option to the states are Canada for now, odd.
Actually, it would be rather simple to do. There’s only one plant in S. Korea that makes the Palisade. Power folding mirrors are an option for their home market. They could simply do the same for their export markets if they chose to. I’m not sure who they chose not to.As mentioned above, North American models does not come standard with power folding mirrors. There is no option to add it in as it will be quite difficult to do so and most likely costly. Imagine the labour required to route wires inside the brain plus the programming needed.
Power adjustable means you can adjust the mirror surface for viewing. The mirror body is stationary. Power folding folds the whole mirror assembly inward toward the vehicle for increased clearance.The Palisade sold in Canada, in its absolute lowest trim "Essential", has "power-adjustable side mirrors". Is that the same as power folding side mirrors?
Yes, they're heated. The heat comes on when you turn on the rear window defroster (which is common).Last night was a foggy night and I had a great deal of condescension on side mirror, after 5 minutes i noticed was still there. I realize there is not power fold, or auto dim, but are they at least heated? I don't see the heat symbol on them?? Anyone know?
Yeah I saw that on a different site, but it was for the se then each model over that stated the previous one plus, etc, etc. That one tou posted confirmed it is. My other SUV shows a heat symbol, that's where I got nervous..lol. i use to have an old mercury sable that i put the euro power mirrors from a Taurus on. Ran them to a switch i put in one of the pHeated mirrors standard on all trim levels. Might need to run the heater to activate though.
Yup, all that tech and you leave off a basic item these days. The S. Korean market has the folding mirrors. A vehicle that size should have them as an option.
There are power-folding side mirrors on the Limited/Ultimate Palisade model in Canada, but I'm not sure about the auto-dimming mirrors.Yup, all that tech and you leave off a basic item these days. The S. Korean market has the folding mirrors. A vehicle that size should have them as an option.